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.
This Halloween, Warner Bros. Consumer Products is introducing adult, children and even pet costumes for its top properties.
ABS by Allen Schwartz has tapped Majesty Brands to design, manufacture and distribute fashion legwear for the brand in the U.S. and Canada.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled an intergalactic assortment of products for the new Disney XD animated TV series "Star Wars Rebels."
Shwings and Things has signed a deal with Hasbro's My Little Pony for a line of shoe accessories.
Toys 'R' Us and jewelry retailer Claire's are teaming up in a global partnership to launch Claire's in-store shops in TRU locations around the world.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled the first sketch of a new bridal gown inspired by Frozen's Elsa for the 2015 Disney Fairy Tale Weddings by Alfred Angelo collection.
All-American Licensing and Management Group has signed on to represent the sports apparel brand PoloGear in North America.
Apparel company Loudmouth, known for its bold, bright patterns, has signed a new licensing deal with electronics accessories specialist, iHip.
LA streetwear label Joyrich has launched its first collaboration with lifestyle brand Playboy.
Carte Blanche Group is planning a cross-category initiative for its Me to You brand this week with apparel licensee Aykroyds.
Warner Bros. and fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 are launching a limited edition collection called Bats & Cats Friday.
UNIQLO has launched a new apparel line featuring the Moomins, in a deal brokered by Bulls Licensing.
Hasbro has signed a raft of new fashion deals for its My Little Pony and Transformers brands.
The National Basketball Association has renewed its partnership with Under Armour for basketball footwear.
Royal Connexions has agreed to acquire the Suntime trademark rights for sunglasses and flip-flops from PS Brands/Planet Sox.
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus has inked a deal with Perry Ellis International to create a line of men’s and women’s apparel.
EA has launched the flagship online store for its Need for Speed franchise with the help of licensee Joystick Junkies.
Fifth & Pacific Companies has sold Lucky Brand Jeans to an affiliate of Leonard Green & Partners, finalizing its plans to focus on the Kate Spade brand.
The Jelly Belly Candy Company has teamed up with Prestige Global Co. for a line of kids’ apparel, in a deal brokered by The Licensing Company.
Fam Brands’ Marika activewear label has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Stone Mountain Accessories for women’s sportbags and handbags.
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