Marchon, whose global sales are expected to grow to more than $500 million this year, has seen the territory covered by its 15-year-old Calvin Klein eyewear license extended to Japan, allowing the U.S. company to distribute the brand worldwide. The license for Japan was previously held by Nikon, which announced last September that it was planning to get out of the eyewear business. It had launched the first Calvin Klein collection in Japan in 1995, three years after Marchon got the license for the rest of the world.