A collection of new celebrity chefs are taking the licensing world by storm with their dynamic personalities and unique product extensions.
The Joester Loria Group is expanding Kellogg’s presence in the kitchen with a new deal for home textiles and the launch of microwavable cookware at Walmart.
To complement its line of heritage-inspired furniture, the University of Oxford has signed a new home décor licensee.
Amazon has unveiled a new tablet built from the ground up for kids–the Fire HD Kids Edition.
Southern California-based lifestyle brand Old Guys Rule has expanded its line with three new licensees for wine, signs and drinkware.
Apparel company Loudmouth, known for its bold, bright patterns, has signed a new licensing deal with electronics accessories specialist, iHip.
Pretty Ugly has tapped Franco Manufacturing to create extensions in the bedding, bath and beach product categories for its Uglydoll brand in North America.
National Geographic has tapped Home Source International to develop a line of beach towels under its National Geographic and National Geographic Kids brands.
Energizer Personal Care has partnered with Morgan Home Fashions to produce Hawaiian Tropic and Banana Boat branded beach accessories.
Perry Ellis International has teamed with Cellairis to design mobile accessories, including phone and tablet cases under the Laundry by Shelli Segal brand.
Apparel and accessories creator Loudmouth, known for its bold, bright prints, has teamed with Jay Franco and Sons for a line of bedding and bath products.
Landy International and designer Debra Valencia are partnering to expand the Debra Valencia brand to include home décor collections and women’s personal accessories.
Laura Ashley has added Firefly Brand Management to its network of licensing agencies in the U.S. and Canada.
Pretty Ugly has launched a new line of plush featuring Android-versions of Uglydoll characters, inspired by Google’s operating system.
Macy’s has settled its more than two-year breach-of-contract dispute with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, but its lawsuit against JCPenney will continue.
Sony Computer Entertainment is giving fans a first look at its new streaming game service at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Glassware company Riedel has released a new drinking glass special designed to provide the “optimal Coca-Cola taste experience.”
The exercise studio Physique 57, which helped to spark the barre fitness craze, is launched a line of branded clothing.
Hayat Kimya’s line of paper towels featuring Betty Boop has been such a hit in Turkey that the manufacturer will be doing a second run this year.
The Yankee Candle Company has launched a new exclusive candle inspired by the Easter marshmellow Peeps.
Following its debut last year, Hasbro is expanding the product range in its Nerf Dog line with more than 40 new dog toys.
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