Retailers are looking to exclusive designers, celebrity partnerships or hot properties to bring new, fashionable apparel options to customers.
New Era and Major League Baseball have announced plans for a commemorative cap in honor of the U.S. Armed Forces.
kathy ireland Worldwide has announced plans to exhibit for the first time at this year’s Licensing Expo in the new Fashion District area.
New York City retailer Yellow Rat Bastard has created a Domo-themed area in its SoHo store.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Mustang, Ford is creating a custom logo that will be used exclusively by 50 select licensees.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has signed a series of new deals for its top movie brands including Psycho, Back to the Future, Field of Dreams and Scarface.
Lifestyle brand Guess and DJ Tiesto are expanding their collaboration with a new summer capsule collection.
Authentic Brands Group has added two new partners for its recently acquired Hickey Freeman and Hart Schaffner Marx brands–PVH and Concept One.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products officially launched its Batman Classic Television Series licensing program.
Auto company Chrysler and work wear brand Carhartt have teamed up for a second time, this time for the 2013.5 Chrysler 200 S mid-size sedan.
Taste of Nature has teamed up with LikeWear for a new apparel range featuring its Cookie Dough Bites movie theatre candy brand.
Sanrio has teamed up with baby brand aden + anais to bring Hello Kitty to a range of sleeping, feeding and bathing products.
Discovery Communications has partnered with Olaes Enterprises for a range of Animal Planet-branded apparel for young men and boys in the U.S.
Electronic accessories company Skinit has added to its roster of more than 450 brands, and plans to offer electronics cases as well as skins.
Japan’s first domestic denim brand, Big John, is expanding in Asia thanks in part to its partnership with licensing agency Beanstalk.
Barneys New York is planning a new collection of home goods featuring the work of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.
TVMania U.K. has signed a three-year deal with The LEGO Group for clothing.
Sears Canada will exclusively launch actor Matthew McConaughey's new apparel line, just keep livin.
Gap and Copyrights Group are planning a new Paddington Bear babyGap gift and clothing collection.
King, creator of the game app “Candy Crush Saga,” has signed its first-ever licensing agreement with Happy Socks.
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