Retailers are looking to exclusive designers, celebrity partnerships or hot properties to bring new, fashionable apparel options to customers.
Gap and Copyrights Group are planning a new Paddington Bear babyGap gift and clothing collection.
For veteran footwear executive Albert Milhado, chief executive officer, Leomil Group, global partnerships and the ability to act locally will be the key driver of growth for this licensee over the next decade.
Von Dutch is re-emerging around the world with a robust profile that draws on the property’s artistic roots.
Razor USA has teamed up with ACI International in the first licensing partnership for kids’ footwear.
Danconia Studios has signed deal with children’s wear company Weeplay Kids for its Mayumi Gumi brand.
T-shirt manufacturer Trevco has engaged Perpetual Licensing to assist in the acquisition of licenses.
Disney Consumer Products has rolled out an extensive product collection for Monsters University.
Kathy Ireland has announced a new collaboration with Royal Footwear & Accessories.
Topline has teamed up with the NBA and Sanrio for a line of NBA apparel featuring Hello Kitty.
H&M has announced its latest collaboration with Parisian designer Isabel Marant for a capsule collection this fall.
Safilo Group and Fossil Group have renewed their eyewear licensing agreement and expanded the partnership to include sunglasses.
JD Sports Fashion Group has tapped Global Icons to bring several of its British fashion brands to North America.
Head Sport has tapped PS Brands/Planet Sox to create sports socks under its brand.
Tim Gunn has inked a deal with Indecor Home Design to create a homewares collection in the U.S. and Canada.
Sequential Brands Group has unveiled its plans for the global re-launch of the Heelys footwear brand.
Timeless Trésor has launched an exclusive line of The Wizard of Oz jewelry based on the books.
Loudmouth Golf has partnered with Molhimawk for a new line of golf bags in Australia.
Sparkle World, is making its first foray into licensing in partnership with the clothing brand Horses With Attitude.
Marvel Entertainment has expanded its partnership with Rubie’s Costume Company to develop a line of Marvel costumes for the U.S. and Canada.
Jennie Maizels has created a new line of iron-on patches featuring characters from DC Thomson’s classic comic “The Beano."
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