A guide to some of the most notable and respected companies in the consumer products business.
Cherokee Global Brands has entered into a new agreement with U.K. retailer Argos to launch Cherokee lifestyle products in its stores and online.
Disney Consumer Products and Lucasfilm revealed some of the first global licensees signed on for the upcoming film Star Wars: Episode VII–The Force Awakens.
Kate Spade & Company and Walton Brown have created a number of joint ventures focused on growing the Kate Spade brand in Greater China.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed up with Hot Topic for an all-new Valentine’s Day apparel collection inspired by the DC Comics villainess, Harley Quinn.
Disguise has renewed its agreement with Disney Consumer Products for Halloween costumes and accessories based on top Disney properties.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with Puma to launch a range of co-branded apparel and accessories featuring Tom and Jerry and Superman.
Paws, Inc. has signed a range of new apparel licensees in the U.S., Brazil, Australia, Canada, the Middle East and France for Garfield.
A touring exhibition celebrating the history behind the ITV series "Downton Abbey" will make its world premiere at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C., Feb. 5.
Authentic Brands Group has expanded its relationship with retail partner Majid Al Futtaim in the Middle East and North Africa to accelerate the growth of Juicy Couture.
Microsoft Studios has given U.S. toymaker Jakks Pacific the rights to its video game property Halo for action figures and costumes.
babyGap has introduced a limited edition collection featuring Paddington Bear based on Peggy Fortnum’s original book illustrations.
Rainbow has collaborated with Russian fashion designer Kira Plastinina to create a special edition Winx Club doll.
Innovation First has partnered with Bioworld Merchandising for an apparel range featuring its Hexbug robotic toy brand.
King Features has tapped apparel licensee Fashion Lab for a new Betty Boop line in the U.K.
Bonnier’s Outdoor Life magazine is building its branded consumer product line with the addition of two new lifestyle partners.
Ann Taylor has tapped actress Kate Hudson for a capsule collection featuring one of the most essential items in a woman's closet, the little black dress.
CBS Consumer Products is introducing merchandising programs for "Under the Dome,” “The Millers” and “Ray Donovan.”
Levi Strauss and Company has tapped the Hampshire Group to take on the Dockers brand’s women’s apparel category, which it had previously handled in-house.
Banana Republic is planning a limited edition capsule collection from fashion designer Roland Mouret.
Bulldog Licensing has kick started the licensing program for the new design property It’s a Wild Life with the addition of two new licensees.
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