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.
Loudmouth is teaming with performance headwear company Headsweats in a new deal brokered by the brand's licensing agent, The Brand Liaison.
Celebrity wedding planner and TV personality David Tutera has partnered to develop a touring wedding show, Your Wedding Experience presented by David Tutera.
Licensed apparel specialist Poeticgem has signed on to create a line of licensed apparel featuring the Smiley brand.
Viper Room, the iconic music venue on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, has collaborated with Vanson Leathers for a limited edition leather jacket.
Jewelry designer Zalemark has teamed up with iconic singer Engelbert Humperdinck to commemorate the release of his new album Engelbert Calling.
Quiksilver has tapped The Faction Collective to design and manufacture a new range of freeride and freestyle skis under its Roxy brand.
Modern homewares brand DwellStudio has entered two new licensing partnerships with Klaussner Home Furnishings and Magnussen Home Furnishings.
Robin Zingone has teamed with Buckledown for a line of fashion accessories featuring the artist's designs.
Disney has unveiled new details of the Shanghai Disney Resort including a Toy Story-themed hotel, Magic Kingdom-style theme park and Disneytown shopping district.
Hosiery supplier High Point Design has patented a new technique of knitting in tie-dye for hosiery and apparel.
Samsonite has signed a new multi-year license agreement with PS Brands for a line of High Sierra socks in North America.
South Florida jeweler Mayors has teamed up with the state’s basketball team the Miami Heat, to create a line of jewelry for fans.
The Mike Gee U.S. Agency Watch Co. has created a line of wristwatches based on the upcoming TV series “24: Live Another Day.”
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed Trademark Products to produce a range of fashion apparel for the Village People brand in the U.K.
With Super Bowl XLVIII less than two weeks away, the NRL has partnered with Arctix for the perfect winter game day accessory–tailgating pants.
Brentwood Licensing has tapped apparel licensee Trau & Loevner for screen-printed items featuring the Peace Frogs brand.
DC Entertainment is offering a variety of heroic (and romantic) products at Hot Topic and Target in the U.S. for Valentine’s Day.
A roster of Warner Bros. Consumer Products’ fashion licensees are showing off the company’s entertainment properties on the MAGIC show floor.
Temple Street Productions has named Jcorp as the Canadian apparel licensee for the tween drama “The Next Step.”
C3 Entertainment has tapped Strapworks for various strapped products featuring the The Three Stooges, Arrow Classics and Grizzly Adams brands.
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