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HGTV has partnered with home décor retailer At Home for a new campaign that will help customers find cost efficient solutions to refresh their home on a budget.
In honor of M&M’s 75th anniversary, Danish fashion designer Camilla Stærk has created special packaging for the iconic candy.
J.Crew Group has paired with Nordstrom to begin selling an edited assortment of J.Crew apparel at the department stores.
Lifestyle brand Guess is teaming up with record label Republic Records to create Guess Music, a new platform that brings together music and fashion.
Agricultural cooperative Tree Top has signed on with The Valen Group to extend its brand’s reach through licensing.
NASCAR licensee Toy State is unveiling its latest branded radio-controlled vehicles at Michigan International Speedway at the Sprint Cup race event.
The Endemol Shine series “MasterChef” has tapped EatWith to develop live dining experiences that bring together former contestants and winners with fans.
Retailer Macy’s is kicking off New York Fashion Week with the live runway event, Macy’s Presents Fashion’s Front Row, Sept. 7.
Exhibitors have until Sept. 2 to submit Brand Licensing Europe news.
Toys ‘R’ Us has appointed Melanie Teed-Murch as president of the retailer’s Canada business.
Glu Mobile, a developer and publisher of free-to-play games, has entered into a multi-year partnership with Taylor Swift for the development of a new mobile game.
Marvel has partnered with TinyCo to release the new mobile game “Marvel Avengers Academy” on the App Store and Google Play.
Canada Goose has partnered with the NBA All-Star Game 2016 to welcome the players to Toronto, Canada, in warmth and style.
DHX Media has licensed its new original teen performing arts drama “Backstage” to Disney Channel in multiple territories.
Nickelodeon has partnered with multiple licensees for products based on its series “Shimmer and Shine” across multiple categories.
Mountain Dew licensing has tapped Commonwealth Toys & Novelty for a toy line featuring the Super Bowl breakout brand, PuppyMonkeyBaby, in a deal brokered by Mountain Dew’s licensing agency, The Joester Loria Group.
Mega Bloks and Playmates have released their spring lines, both of which feature Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
With the re-launch of “Powerpuff Girls” just around the corner, Cartoon Network Studios has launched a worldwide product program.
Colorforms Brands has launched a new website and mobile app, available on iTunes, to expand the way children interact with the toy brand digitally.
Apple Corps has tapped Titan Merchandise to continue to produce its ongoing range of Yellow Submarine-themed Beatles’ products.
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