A guide to some of the most notable and respected companies in the consumer products business.
Xcel Brands has teamed with True Cosmetics to develop a skincare and cosmetics line for fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, called True Isaac Mizrahi.
Merchandise Monkey has made a number of new additions to its range of officially licensed Sony PlayStation merchandise in the U.K.
Titan Entertainment is showcasing a wide variety of products from its range of licenses at Spring Fair, taking place this week in Birmingham, England.
Cherokee Global Brands has entered into a new agreement with U.K. retailer Argos to launch Cherokee lifestyle products in its stores and online.
Disney Consumer Products and Lucasfilm revealed some of the first global licensees signed on for the upcoming film Star Wars: Episode VII–The Force Awakens.
Kate Spade & Company and Walton Brown have created a number of joint ventures focused on growing the Kate Spade brand in Greater China.
Following strong 2014 sales, the H&M Group announced plans to open 400 new stores worldwide in 2015 and launch the new brand, H&M Beauty.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed up with Hot Topic for an all-new Valentine’s Day apparel collection inspired by the DC Comics villainess, Harley Quinn.
Disguise has renewed its agreement with Disney Consumer Products for Halloween costumes and accessories based on top Disney properties.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with Puma to launch a range of co-branded apparel and accessories featuring Tom and Jerry and Superman.
The exercise studio Physique 57, which helped to spark the barre fitness craze, is launched a line of branded clothing.
Rainbow has collaborated with Russian fashion designer Kira Plastinina to create a special edition Winx Club doll.
Innovation First has partnered with Bioworld Merchandising for an apparel range featuring its Hexbug robotic toy brand.
Singer and fashion entrepreneur Gwen Stefani has launched a new accessories label, gx by Gwen Stefani, on the subscription fashion website ShoeDazzle.
Threadless has unveiled the winners of its Captain America Design Challenge, held in partnership with Marvel.
A+ Images has teamed up with the Karen’s Kids brand for a new line of apparel for teachers and students.
Perry Ellis International is bringing its women’s sportswear brand Rafaella to a new category–accessories.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has signed a new deal with C&M Licensing to develop a range of apparel featuring the ’70s disco band the Village People.
Subscription e-commerce site JustFab has launched a new women’s shoe and handbag collection from Latin superstar Paulina Rubio.
Oscar de la Renta is planning a limited edition tabletop collection created in collaboration with the New York Botanical Garden.
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