Retailers are looking to exclusive designers, celebrity partnerships or hot properties to bring new, fashionable apparel options to customers.
CBS Consumer Products and Jewelry Television have created a new fashion jewelry collection inspired by the 1980’s soap opera “Dynasty.”
American Greetings Properties has signed new master partners for its top brands.
David’s Bridal has teamed up with American fashion designer Zac Posen for a bridal collection.
The Procter & Gamble Company has taken on the Stella McCartney brand for designer fragrance products.
20th Century Fox Consumer Products has partnered with Converse for the first-ever footwear for “The Simpsons.”
Mind Candy and White Optics have teamed up for Moshi Monsters kids’ eyewear in the U.K. and Ireland.
Gap and Copyrights Group are planning a new Paddington Bear babyGap gift and clothing collection.
With a multi-platform methodology for content and merchandise, Disney Consumer Products is building a 365-day super franchise for decades to come for The Avengers.
Music artist Flo Rida is ready to license his brand around the world.
For veteran footwear executive Albert Milhado, chief executive officer, Leomil Group, global partnerships and the ability to act locally will be the key driver of growth for this licensee over the next decade.
Iconix Brand Group has acquired a 51 percent interest in the Buffalo David Bitton brand from Buffalo International for $76.5 million in cash.
River Island launched its limited edition collaboration with Rihanna Monday at London Fashion Week.
Established Brands, U.S. licensing agent for Zodiak Kids, has signed a series of new U.S. licensing deals for the preschool show "Tickety Toc."
Muhammad Ali Enterprises has signed two new accessory partners in Canada for the brand of the iconic boxer.
Major League Baseball Properties has teamed up with The Cloudbreak Group and Firmenich for a fragrance featuring the New York Yankees.
The Trump Organization has appointed licensing agent Infiniss to oversee expansion of the Donald J. Trump Signature Collection in South Korea.
Tiffany & Co. has released a line of The Great Gatsby-inspired jewelry, available today in conjunction with the film’s premiere.
A second collection of women’s apparel designed by pop star Rihanna for River Island hit shelves Saturday.
Teen retailer dELiA*s has sold its brand Alloy to HRSH Acquisitions for $3.7 million dollars.
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