Retailers are looking to exclusive designers, celebrity partnerships or hot properties to bring new, fashionable apparel options to customers.
Hudson’s Bay and Saks are planning to merge in a deal valued at approximately $2.9 billion.
U.S.A. Dawgs has unveiled its spring/summer and fall/winter footwear lines featuring patterns from Loudmouth Golf.
CopCorp Licensing announced that it has granted Happy Kids, the children’s apparel division of Accessory Zone, rights to produce and sell Pink Cookie and Crusade apparel.
JCPenney is getting ready for back-to-school shopping with a series of exclusive apparel offerings.
Zodiak Kids has appointed Komar to create a range of sleepwear for its preschool series “Tickety Toc.”
Plain Lazy has teamed up with TV personality Cathy Hobbs to bring its brand to the U.S.
Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products has teamed up with Calypso for an MTV Classic watch line.
JD Sports Fashion Group has tapped Global Icons to bring several of its British fashion brands to North America.
Apparel brand Loudmouth has partnered with Traveler's Choice to roll out a line of luggage and travel gear.
British retailer Debenhams has added Canadian designer Todd Lynn to its Designers at Debenhams roster.
Passport Brands, the U.S. licensee of the French designer brand Marithe + Francois Girbaud, has appointed Robert Arnot as president.
Chrysler Group and The Licensing Company are preparing for the North American launch of the Jeep Xtreme Performance outdoor apparel.
Licensed apparel specialist Poetic Gem has strengthened its sales operation with the addition of a new account manager, Kaleigh Durney.
Disney Consumer Products is fully stocked for Halloween with a wide array of Disney, Marvel and Star Wars character costumes.
Irreverent youth lifestyle brand Extreme has closed a long-term deal with Roy Lowe & Sons for a range of socks and warm accessories for the U.K. and European markets.
Wonder-Shirts has released a new line apparel and accessories for "Downton Abbey," as PBS preps for the fourth season.
Dick’s Sporting Goods is now the exclusive provider of licensed merchandise for ESPN.com and other ESPN e-commerce sites.
Disney and Forever 21 have launched a new collection of limited-edition women’s apparel inspired by retro Mickey & Co. designs.
Nickelodeon has teamed up with Sprayground for the graffiti-inspired fashion brand’s first-ever brand collaboration with an animated character.
Punky Princess is the latest brand to join Digital Giving’s U.K. charity fundraising app, “T-Shirt Booth.”
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