Retailers are looking to exclusive designers, celebrity partnerships or hot properties to bring new, fashionable apparel options to customers.
Jupi Corporation has tapped Icon Live to bring the Kardashian Kollection jewelry collection to the U.K. and EMEA.
The WWE has signed new deals for products including men’s and boys’ accessories, toys, sleepwear and footwear.
Bioworld has appointed Frank Bottaro as the vice president of the sleepwear and underwear division.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has tapped the Lazy Oaf for a new fashion collection featuring Looney Tunes characters.
Footwear licensee Leomil Group has signed a new deal to create a range of products featuring the British boy band One Direction.
Apparel Partnership Group and the premier, luxury apparel brand Pyscho Bunny are partnering for an extensive licensed range of intimate apparel and loungewear for men and women.
Bandai has signed Evy of California to create apparel based on the Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. brand in the U.S.
FAM Brands is growing its portfolio of owned and licensed brands with the acquisition of women’s and girls’ brand La Vie Jet Setter.
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.
TVMania U.K. has expanded the role of Monika Albers, who will now oversee all licensing for company’s U.K. division.
Disney Consumer Products has revealed the product collection for Disneytoon Studios' upcoming animated film, Disney's Planes.
Sequential Brands has brokered a new deal with Harris-Sachs for a line of Caribbean Joe outdoor textiles.
Sony Pictures Television has tapped Rasta Imposta to create a Breaking Bad costume in time for Halloween.
Warner Bros. has teamed up with artist Lauren Moshi for a stylish spin on some of its iconic characters.
Perry Ellis has appointed Stanley Silverstein as president of international development and global licensing.
The Dutch lifestyle brand Oilily, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this fall, has expanded its product portfolio.
Warner Bros. and fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 are launching a limited edition collection called Bats & Cats Friday.
Apparel brand Lacoste has inked a new deal with licensee Delta Galil to expand its brand into underwear and sleepwear.
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