A guide to some of the most notable and respected companies in the consumer products business.
Men’s fashion brand Robert Graham has locked up a deal with Shirt Avenue for tailored clothing and neckwear.
Playboy is growing its brand in Mexico with the addition of a new shoe boutique, Playboy Estd 1953, in Leon.
Apparel trade show organizer Bread & Butter has filed for bankruptcy just days after canceling its January 2015 show.
Gap has opened a flagship store on the Chinese direct sales website JD.com.
Nickelodeon has released a number of character-based holiday products in partnership with licensees in the U.K.
Sesame Workshop has appointed Mag Brands to produce a range of Sesame Street outerwear for the U.S.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with its licensing partners to support the third and final film in The Hobbit trilogy.
Lollipop brand Chupa Chups has signed a raft of new licensing deals in Italy.
Entertainer Rihanna has been named as a global ambassador and women’s creative director for Puma.
Abercrombie & Fitch has secured a seven-year licensing deal for perfume with Inter Parfums.
Warner Bros. and Aeropostale have teamed up for a collection of apparel inspired by the teen drama “Pretty Little Liars.”
The Aird Group’s Japanese-inspired lifestyle brand Kimmidoll is ringing in the New Year with a trio of licensees for toys, health and beauty and apparel.
License Connection has signed Matt Hatter Chronicles' first deal in Benelux.
License Connection, Benelux licensing agent for the app brand “Subway Surfers,” has signed an apparel deal with The Cookie Company.
The Madame Alexander Doll Company has unveiled several new collaborations Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz and Isaac Mizrahi.
Cartoon Network Enterprises has added seven new apparel and accessories partners for Adventure Time.
Real Brands is ready to launch its new line of HillBilly branded beverages this spring.
Fam Brands is expanding its range of products under the Bally Total Fitness brand with the launch of fitness accessories.
Iconix Europe is bringing U.S. streetwear brand Mossimo to Europe through a new direct-to-retail deal with Blue Inc.
Mars Retail Group has signed Mad Engine to create a range of apparel that expresses the colorful fun of the M&M’S and Skittles brands.
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