From the Simpsons to Sons of Anarchy, Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has proven it has the savvy instincts needed to develop a broad array of licensed apparel programs.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Tonner Doll Company have unveiled the dolls created by high-end fashion and costume designers for The Wizard of Oz's 75th.
The Kardashian sisters are entering a whole new arena–hair care–in a new partnership with Farouk Systems.
Jockey International has a new addition–Baby Jockey, a new baby apparel line created in partnership with Gerber Childrenswear.
Mattel is re-launching its line of BeForever historical American Girls dolls with a little help from the Lifetime fashion competition series "Project Runway."
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers is the latest in a growing list of eateries partnering with CafePress to meet the demand of loyal customers.
Target is planning a limited edition girls' collection inspired by the upcoming Sony Pictures film Annie, set to hit theaters Dec. 19.
Authentic Brands Group has tapped e-commerce solution provider Onestop Internet to expand the scope of the e-commerce services for the Juicy Couture lifestyle brand.
Apparel company Poeticgem is developing two clothing ranges based on the beverage brands Pepsi and 7Up.
Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc. debuted a new limited-edition watch with its Brand Ambassador, two-time grand slam tennis champion Victoria Azarenka.
Outdoor specialty store Field & Stream will open three new locations in September.
Banana Republic is planning a limited edition capsule collection from fashion designer Roland Mouret.
MerryMakers has partnered with Wonder-Shirts for a range of tees featuring the publishing and YouTube character Pete the Cat.
Bulldog Licensing has made two new additions to the burgeoning licensing program for the CBBC fantasy drama “Wolfblood.”
Brandgenuity has launched the licensing program for Gas Monkey Garage, famous for fixing up and flipping hot rods, classic cars and motorcycles.
Among the executives that will be honored at the K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers Women In Industry Luncheon is Patti Buckner of Warner Bros. Consumer Products.
U.K. fashion label Drop Dead has created a capsule collection featuring Itchy & Scratchy of “The Simpsons” fame.
Rubie’s Costume Company, under license from Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has launched a range of costumes based on Godzilla.
Lifestyle brand Lexington Clothing Company has partnered with Hilaria Baldwin, wife of Alec Baldwin, to launch the new Hamptonite capsule collection.
In the run up to Miffy’s 60th anniversary in 2015, Mercis has signed new apparel partnerships for the character in Italy and Israel.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has signed two new fashion deals for SpongeBob SquarePants with London-based designer Beatrix Ong and Monnalisa.
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