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Authentic Brands Group is implementing the first phase of its growth strategy for youth lifestyle brand Airwalk with two new partnerships.
Omnichannel brand management company Xcel Brands has acquired two new fashion brands, H by Halston and H Halston.
These 14 stories not only highlight the top licensing news of 2014, but also showcase some of the key trends that shaped the year and form the foundation of things to come.
Bulldog Licensing has promoted Vicky Hill to the role of licensing manager.
Sentries Licensing, licensing agent for the Bright Star Characters property Popcorn the Bear in Turkey, has secured a new toy deal for the property.
Dark Hall Mansion has wrapped up its 2014 with the release of a limited edition print from artist Lauren Durieux.
Frank Blake, former chief executive officer and current chairman of The Home Depot, has been named the 2015 recipient of the National Retail Federation’s Gold Medal Award.
Rockpool Licensing has signed on to represent Four Seasons Licensing and Merchandising’s children’s literary property, Brambly Hedge.
MGA Entertainment has tapped Cupcake Digital to create a new app for its Lalaloopsy girls’ property.
Imaging brand Kodak is partnering with Bullitt Group for a range of Android-powered mobile devices that utilize Kodak software.
Wet Seal celebrated the launch of its brand-new Fifth Harmony for Wet Seal apparel collection with a meet-and-greet in Sherman Oaks, Calif., Monday.
Haven Licensing is expanding its collaboration with the Australian Football League to create co-branded Sesame Street merchandise for 17 of the league’s teams.
Abrams Books is planning a new cookbook inspired by the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black."
WWE has officially changed its corporate logo to convey a more "contemporary, bold and powerful image" while maintaining the iconic “W.”
Boston-based public broadcaster and producer WGBH has optioned the rights to “Pinkalicious,” the New York Times best-selling children’s book series.
Apparel was front-of-mind this week as the semi-annual MAGIC Market Week trade show took place in Las Vegas, Nev.
Outdoor specialty store Field & Stream will open three new locations in September.
Preschool network Sprout has developed its own kids' tablet that will debut exclusively at Walmart in the U.S. this October.
Parragon, a division of DC Thomson, has reorganized its business into two new divisions–Parragon Publishing and Parragon International.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Tonner Doll Company have unveiled the dolls created by high-end fashion and costume designers for The Wizard of Oz's 75th.
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