Retailers are looking to exclusive designers, celebrity partnerships or hot properties to bring new, fashionable apparel options to customers.
Concept One has appointed Effy Zinkin, currently serving as president of Marc Ecko Enterprises, as its new president.
Passport Brands, the U.S. licensee of the French designer brand Marithe + Francois Girbaud, has appointed Robert Arnot as president.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has signed a multi-property licensing agreement with the apparel brand Insert Coin.
The National Basketball Association has teamed up with Netshoes to launch the first official NBA online store in Mexico.
Iconix India has signed a new licensing agreement with Future Lifestyle Fashions for the Umbro brand.
Toys ‘R’ Us has added an exclusive range of do-it-yourself accessories designed by actress Victoria Justice to its Totally Me! brand.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has tapped Smith & Brooks to produce a range of Matt Hatter-branded outerwear in the U.K.
The Tommy Bahama brand will be featured in season two of AMC’s unscripted series “The Pitch.”
Ellestone Apparel has taken a strategic stake in the holding company of U.K. clothing manufacturer The Fielding Group.
Warner Bros. has teamed up with artist Lauren Moshi for a stylish spin on some of its iconic characters.
The National Basketball Association Canada has announced two new retail partnerships for apparel and home accessories, in a series of deals brokered by Studio Licensing.
PVH has signed two new partners for Izod that will extend the brand into denim and expand its presence in Mexico.
Banana Republic has renewed its licensing agreement with Safilo Group for optical frames and sunglass collections.
Disney Consumer Products has released a new collection based on the upcoming film Oz The Great and Powerful, set to hit theaters March 8.
Actor Matthew McConaughey has announced plans to expand his lifestyle brand JKL into apparel with a new menswear line set to launch in March.
Authentic Brands Group has partnered with the Will Rich Shoe Company for a new line of Marilyn Monroe-branded footwear.
Cherokee's current chief financial officer Mark DiSiena has resigned and Jason Boling has been elected by the board of directors to fill his role.
SmileyWorld, owners of the classic smiley face brand, have launched a series of new apparel and accessories partnerships that will bring smiles to shops around the world.
Japan’s first domestic denim brand, Big John, is expanding in Asia thanks in part to its partnership with licensing agency Beanstalk.
Ink, global representative for the game app “Subway Surfers,” has signed the first licensing deals for the brand.
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