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.
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.
National Geographic has tapped Home Source International to develop a line of beach towels under its National Geographic and National Geographic Kids brands.
Pharrell Williams' latest sustainable fashion collaboration, G-Star's RAW for the Oceans, is now available at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn.
Southern department store Belk has debuted an exclusive collection from "Project Runway" season 12 winner Dom Streater.
International lifestyle brand Juicy Couture, which is owned by Authentic Brands Group, is now available at Kohl’s stores nationwide and online.
Rubie’s Costume Company, under license from Nickelodeon, is planning a line of costumes inspired by the TV series “PAW Patrol.”
Italian lifestyle brand Lumberjack has been bought by leading Turkish company Ziylan Group, which plans to popularize the brand through new distribution deals.
Perry Ellis International has teamed with Cellairis to design mobile accessories, including phone and tablet cases under the Laundry by Shelli Segal brand.
NECA, in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, has announced the next lineup of celebrities in The Simpsons 25 of the Greatest Guest Stars program.
Canadian fashion brand RW&CO. has teamed up with actor Hayden Christensen for a menswear capsule collection.
Warner Bros.’ and Forever 21’s new Bats & Cats limited edition apparel collection has launched in stores globally and online.
TVMania U.K. has expanded the role of Monika Albers, who will now oversee all licensing for company’s U.K. division.
Rainbow feted the 10th anniversary of its girls’ franchise Winx Club with a fashion-themed event during BLE in London.
Knockout Licensing has announced Accutime Watch Corporation as the newest licensee for the Boo–The World’s Cutest Dog property.
Tommy Bahama has inked a new deal with Oriental Weavers to create multiple collections of indoor and outdoor area rugs.
Authentic Apparel Group has launched a new line of army-style clothing officially licensed by the U.S. Army in partnership with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Sports Afield, the oldest outdoor magazine in North America, is adding to its roster of licensed products with a new line of apparel.
Workwear brand Dickies has signed a new deal with SG Footwear, a division of SG Companies, for kids’ footwear.
Humans aren’t the only ones who will be able to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Warner Bros.’ The Wizard of Oz this year–Rubie’s is planning a line of pet costumes.
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