UBM's MAGIC marketplace proves to be the most prominent fashion event in the U.S. Here are the most up-to-date details on new shows, new locations and new opportunitites.
Smiley and global footwear brand Palladium have joined forces to create a festival footwear collection in honor of both brands’ anniversary this year.
Neff Headwear has partnered with Mad Engine to further expand the reach of Neff’s young men co-branded licensed apparel and accessory business.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed up with a slate of global licensees to support the upcoming animated film The LEGO Batman Movie, in theaters Feb. 10.
The Smiley Company has tapped licensee Camfoni to create a new collection of kids’ apparel inspired by the classic Smiley brand.
Lifestyle brand Tommy Bahama has signed PGA Tour player Ricky Barnes to an exclusive multi-year wardrobe agreement.
ZAG has partnered with a host of new licensees across multiple territories to create new merchandise inspired by the animated series “Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.”
Santoro London has partnered with new licensees Design Objectives and Emme Home and has tapped existing partners Comic Studio and Aznar for a raft of Gorjuss- and Willow-inspired products.
Target has revealed a new children's apparel and accessories brand, Art Class, which will be available at all of its retail locations and online later this month.
Sergio Tacchini, an Italian sportswear brand, has partnered with Sun City Fashion Group to develop a kids’ apparel and accessories collection in Europe.
Maui and Sons discusses how it plans to strengthen its global presence and merchandising options through Licensing Expo Japan and Licensing Licensing Expo China.
Richmond Management Group has secured several new licensing partners in categories including toys and apparel for Tiniez, a new lifestyle brand for tween girls.
Rubik’s has partnered with a number of licensees to develop a range of lifestyle products to support the brand’s extension into new categories.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has tapped BlackMilk Clothing to create its fourth licensed DC capsule collection–Suicide Squad: Pure Insanity.
Sanrio has tapped Torrid to create the first limited edition Hello Kitty plus-size capsule collection.
HBO has tapped Mey Designs to create a jewelry collection inspired by its series, “Game of Thrones.”
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has tapped Neff, a lifestyle apparel brand, to create a co-branded clothing line featuring Suicide Squad, in theaters now.
Chef Emeril Lagasse and Jack Schwartz Shoes have joined forces to produce a new shoe line specially developed for restaurant industry professionals.
Mercis and fashion retailer H&M have joined forces to launch a range of apparel featuring Dutch artist Dick Bruna’s classic character Miffy.
King Features and Royal Closet have joined forces to launch a high-end fashion, co-branding collaboration featuring Betty Boop at Liverpool in Mexico.
Viacom International Media Networks has partnered with Dr. Martens on a capsule collection of footwear, apparel and accessories for adults inspired by the MTV animated comedy “Beavis and Butt-Head.”
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