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.
In honor the 15th anniversary of the classic character Olivia, DreamWorks Animation has teamed with Gymboree to launch an exclusive line of clothing and accessories.
Just in time for Halloween, Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with Rubie’s Costume Co., PPW Toys and ICup to introduce new adult, kids' and pet costumes.
Joyrich has partnered with IMG in a global deal to license the apparel label in new product segments and franchise it to new territories.
Loudmouth Golf is planning a new, limited edition line of apparel offerings featuring Pabst Blue Ribbon, making it the first-ever licensee for the iconic beer brand.
Chalk Line is planning a collection of its iconic Fanimation jackets featuring some of WWE’s biggest Legends.
Imports Dragon has signed on as the exclusive distribution partner in Canada for the tween girls’ lifestyle brand Fashion Angels.
This holiday season, National Geographic is offering an eclectic assortment of gifts that reflect the power of science, exploration and storytelling.
Polaroid and the Sharpe Company are developing a new program for lifestyle merchandise inspired by the iconic photography brand.
Men’s accessories company Cufflinks has collaborated with Lucasfilm and DC Comics to create a boys' neckwear collection.
Pretty Ugly has teamed up with Chasing Fireflies to develop a new line of children's costumes featuring its Uglydoll brand just in time for Halloween.
The Sourcing at MAGIC trade show this week in Las Vegas, Nev., is hosting a number of Hollywood costume designers and stylists to discuss trends and techniques.
The Miss Universe Organization has teamed with Jealous 21 to launch a branded apparel collection in India.
The National Football League has partnered with Lulu DK Tattoos for a line of jewelry-inspired temporary tattoos featuring all 32 NFL teams.
Menswear retail brand Britches of Georgetowne is planning its return in a new partnership with Stephan Wayne, chairman of Stephan Wayne & Associates and Bum Equipment.
Dickies has joined forces with country music star Canaan Smith to launch the new Dickies Denim Collection.
Petco launched a collection of Halloween costumes for cats and dogs across the U.S. and is planning a series of in-store events for the holiday.
Retailer and urban fashion brand Brooklyn Industries named Parham Santana as exclusive licensing and brand extension agency in the U.S.
Dulcop is planning a new line of soap bubbles and bubble-toys for DreamWorks Animation brands in Europe.
Lifestyle retailer Academy Sports + Outdoors has named former Meijer executive James Kevin Symancyk as president and chief executive officer, effective Nov. 2.
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