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.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has collaborated with Delivery Agent to launch a new online store featuring its hit series "Empire."
Genius Brands International and its subsidiary A Squared Entertainment have collaborated with Neroli Group to open a Psycho Bunny flagship retail store.
Sanrio has launched a new high-fashion collaboration for Hello Kitty with the Australian fashion designer Leroy Nguyen, in a deal brokered by Haven Licensing.
J&D’s Foods, makers of Bacon Salt, have launched new bacon-scented underwear for both men and women that looks and smell like bacon.
The eyewear brand Revo, which is owned by Sequential Brands Group, has debuted a new collection of sunglasses created in collaboration with U2 lead singer Bono.
Authentic Brands Group has entered into a long-term partnership with Delta Galil USA to extend Juicy Couture’s product offering to intimates and sleepwear.
The Point 1888 has brought together Innocent Drinks and the online department store Oliver Bonas to develop a range of knit hats to boost awareness of the Innocent Big Knit campaign.
In celebration of its 100th anniversary, Boeing has teamed with three brand partners for a line of heirloom-quality items inspired by its rich history.
Tod's has purchased the French footwear brand Roger Vivier for €415 million, which it was previously licensing from brand owner Gousson Consultadoria e Marketing.
The Camuto Group has acquired the remaining shares of the sourcing firm Bernard Chaus, transitioning BCI into a wholly owned subsidiary of Camuto Group.
Rocklove has released new jewelry lines based on two popular video games–Bethesda Game Studio's "Skyrim" and BioWare's "Dragon Age."
Santoro London continues to grow the global licensing programs for its art brands Mirabelle and Kori Kumi.
Apparel trade show organizer Bread & Butter has filed for bankruptcy just days after canceling its January 2015 show.
Imagine by Rubie’s, a toy division of Rubie’s Costume Company that creates everyday dress-up products, has lined up a super-sized roster of brands for 2015.
Incipio has signed a multi-territory, multi-year licensing agreement with Burton Snowboards to produce a line of branded mobile device accessories.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has signed a multi-territory licensing deal with Sambro to bring Paw Patrol to a range of products.
Titan Entertainment is showcasing a wide variety of products from its range of licenses at Spring Fair, taking place this week in Birmingham, England.
Blue Planet Software has teamed up with online retailer Poprageous for a line of apparel featuring its "Tetris" video game brand.
A look at a host of playful fashion brands, from childrenswear to rock, that are showcasing their wares this week at MAGIC.
Smiley has announced a new collaboration with French fashion designer Martine Sitbon and the global release of its sticker book line from Editis.
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