As fashion licensors, licensees and retailers from all over the world descend on Las Vegas for the MAGIC trade show, here are five trends that are driving the licensed apparel market.
The NFL Players Association is joining forces with the Fire Department of New York for a limited edition t-shirt collection to celebrate FDNY's 150-year legacy.
On Sept. 10 the H by Halston collection will debut exclusively on QVC.
Cherokee plans to grow the international presence of its Everyday California brand in a new deal with 5 Horizons Group for a wide assortment of apparel and accessories.
The National Football League has partnered with Lulu DK Tattoos for a line of jewelry-inspired temporary tattoos featuring all 32 NFL teams.
Perry Ellis International has tapped Randa Accessories U.K. for a range of men's luggage and travel bags under the Original Penguin brand in the U.K. and Ireland.
Apparel brand Vans is continuing its partnership with the youth smoking prevention campaign Truth for a new collection that highlights replacements for cigarettes.
Gap has teamed up with Virgin Hotels, founded by entrepreneur Richard Branson, to give guests access to the latest Gap fashions from their hotel room.
Santoro has signed new partners and unveiled new product for its slate of art brands including Kori Kumi, Mirabelle and Willow.
Online t-shirt marketplace SunFrog.com has added licensing executive Chris Hallock to its team.
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network has launched O Store, an online retail destination for exclusive OWN and Oprah merchandise alongside lifestyle content.
The Kardashian sisters are entering a whole new arena–hair care–in a new partnership with Farouk Systems.
DHX Media has appointed Character Options as the global master toy partner for the new version of the TV series “Teletubbies.”
International lifestyle brand Juicy Couture, which is owned by Authentic Brands Group, is now available at Kohl’s stores nationwide and online.
Pharrell Williams and avant-garde fashion house Comme des Garcons have launched a wood-based fragrance for girls and boys called GIRL, available exclusively at Sephora.
Canada’s Entertainment One bought Art Impressions in 2013, and since, the company has been focused on the re-launch of the key brand So So Happy.
Nelvana has partnered with Moose Toys to develop content for two of Moose Toys’ key new brands, Shopkins and Mutant Mania.
New York City-based licensing and branding agency The Wildflower Group has signed a new partner for fishing brand Rapala.
Beyoncé and Philip Green, CEO of TopShop parent company The Arcadia Group, have created a 50/50 joint venture company–Parkwood TopShop Athletic.
Enthusiasm for Disney's Frozen shows no sign of waning with more than 3 million Elsa and Anna role-play dresses sold and licensees continuing to add new products.
Cherokee Global Brands, in partnership with Alessandra Ambrosio and Silver Sunrise, has added three new accessories and footwear licensees for the Ále by Alessandra brand.
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