A collection of new celebrity chefs are taking the licensing world by storm with their dynamic personalities and unique product extensions.
Meredith Corp.'s publishing and lifestyle brand Better Homes and Gardens has partnered with Lakeside Development Company to build the Innovation Home.
Design house DwellStudio will debut a new furniture collection from Comfort Design and Magnussen Home Furnishings later this month.
The Biltmore licensing program, inspired by the storied North Carolina estate, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
Nelvana Enterprises has enchanted several new licensees with its animated preschool series "Little Charmers."
SmileyWorld has launched a host of new fashion collaborations featuring the iconic smiley face imagery with retail partners around the world.
The Winterthur Museum has tapped Art Needlepoint for a range of needlepoint designs inspired by the museums' drawings, prints and floor coverings.
Bedding and homewares licensee Character World has appointed Lindsey Bonney as head of supply chain operations for the EMEA region.
The stars of the HGTV series "Property Brothers," twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott, are heading to QVC with a new line of backyard décor.
The Walt Disney Company and Swarovski have launched "Cinderella: The Exhibition" in London, showcasing costumes and props from the new movie, Cinderella.
kathy ireland Worldwide has signed a new deal for home cleaning products and is planning a re-launch of the co-branded line of NuGene cosmetics.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (on behalf of DC Entertainment) and Zak Designs have partnered to create a full line mealtime products.
Television celebrity and entertaining expert David Tutera has teamed with Sage & Co. for a new floral line.
DC Thomson Consumer Products has teamed with pet accessories specialist Rupert’s Pet Shop for a range of Dennis the Menace and Gnasher dog toys.
G Mason Group announced its partnership with Nickelodeon to launch a new pet line featuring SpongeBob SquarePants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
General Electric has agreed to sell its appliances business to Electrolux for $3.3 billion.
River of Goods is planning a lighting collection inspired by the hit TV series "Downton Abbey," in a deal brokered by Knockout Licensing.
Kip & Sew, the new premium sub-brand of licensee Character World, is planning luxury bedding ranges featuring Disney and Marvel characters in the U.K.
Modern homewares brand DwellStudio has entered two new licensing partnerships with Klaussner Home Furnishings and Magnussen Home Furnishings.
Brand development and licensing agency Carmella Johns Unlimited has appointed Segal Licensing to represent the lifestyle brand Ragnar in Canada.
The Coop has released a new line of pet gear featuring Cartoon Network's animated series "Adventure Time."
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