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.
Goodyear has launched its clothing collection at Lord & Taylor department stores across the U.S.
Just in time for Halloween, Hot Topic has launched a new fashion collection inspired by Tim Burton's film The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has renewed its partnership with Skinnydip for a second accessories collaboration inspired “The Simpsons.”
Cartoon Network Enterprises and Spanish fashion label Desigual have partnered for a girls' fashion collection featured the animated comedy series "Adventure Time."
Apparel licensee TSPTR has launched a new range of high-end clothing featuring the classic King Features character Popeye.
Ultra Sport Products is heading to Brand Licensing Europe with four new licenses–Chelsea FC, West Ham United FC, Sunderland AFC and Fulham FC.
Bridal company Alfred Angelo revealed its 2016 Disney Fairy Tale Weddings bridal collection Wednesday at New York Bridal Week.
Playboy has announced two new product programs for a new fragrance and a fashion apparel line worldwide.
DreamWorks Animation has extended its relationship with The Leomil Group to include apparel and accessories. for the upcoming feature film Trolls.
Lifestyle brand Life is Good has teamed up with the University of Notre Dame for its first collegiate licensed apparel line.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has lined up a multi-category licensing program for The Book Of Life, which hit theaters Friday.
H&M is planning a book that celebrates its history of designer collaborations.
Aristocrat won top honors at the Global Gaming Awards in Las Vegas, with its “The Walking Dead Slot Game” named Casino Product of the Year.
Shoe accessory brand Shwings has partnered with My Little Pony for a children’s accessory collection.
Textiles company Dreamtex has created a line of bedding inspired by Paddington Bear to coincide with the feature film, which hits theaters Nov. 28.
Hosiery supplier High Point Design has patented a new technique of knitting in tie-dye for hosiery and apparel.
The Joester Loria Group has added InGear Fashions to the growing list of licensees for the Corona, Modelo Especial and Pacifico brands.
FAM Brands is teaming up with Sakar International to develop fitness trackers and other electronic accessories under the Bally Total Fitness brand.
Abercrombie & Fitch has secured a seven-year licensing deal for perfume with Inter Parfums.
Coach has bought the women's footwear brand Stuart Weitzman from the private equity firm Sycamore Partners for $530 million.
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