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.
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.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has launched the first dedicated webstore for its game studio Naughty Dog at Shop.NaughtyDog.com.
Americans are planning to do some big holiday shopping during the Thanksgiving weekend, according to NRF’s Thanksgiving Weekend Expectations survey.
The New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation has launched an e-commerce site for the city–the New Orleans City Store.
NASCAR fans can purchase the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship hat like the one Kevin Harvick wore online at the NASCAR.com store.
Singer-songwriter and TV personality Tamar Braxton has launched her first line of apparel, which will be available exclusively online at TamarCollection.com.
Marika, a division of Fam Brands, has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Glance Eyewear.
Irish apparel retailer Primark is planning to open its first U.S. store in Boston, Mass.
Gwyneth Paltrow announced on Instagram Friday the opening of a retail location in Los Angeles for her lifestyle brand Goop.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has teamed up with Johnny Cupcakes and NECA for two new The Simpsons offerings.
DreamWorks Animation has signed a new agreement with clothing specialist Poeticgem to develop an apparel range based on its stable of brands.
Rubie’s Costume Company, under license from Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has launched a range of costumes based on Godzilla.
Rocket Licensing has tapped C&M Licensing to develop a range of Q Pootle 5 apparel in the U.K. and Ireland.
Perry Ellis International has signed two new deals to expand its Ben Hogan golf brand.
Rubie's Masquerade Co. has been appointed as the official EMEA dress-up licensee for Warner Bros. Consumer Products’ and Sanrio’s DC Comics x Hello Kitty collaboration.
The Joester Loria Group has brokered another collaboration for its client Mountain Dew’s Green Label Exclusives program.
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