Francesca Lisle reveals new products and plans for the Tetris brand at Lisle Licensing
What’s in store for Tetris this year? Lisle Licensing’s Francesca Lisle tells all!
Levi’s debuts Grateful Dead denim collection celebrating ‘our ongoing legacy of music, community and creativity’
The range fuses iconic band graphics and tie-dye psychedelics across special denim pieces and accessories, including jeans, tees and bucket hats.
Florian Muller discusses working for LEGO Group… And the design of the adidas Superstar sneaker
From sports cars that really work to sporty sneakers that don’t… Designer Florian Muller on building things in LEGO
KITH debuts Mandela Day apparel collection
KITH’s design team worked directly with Nelson Mandela’s daughter Makaziwe Mandela, his granddaughter Tukwini Mandela and the House of Mandela to create the range.
Reebok debuts Jurassic Park collection spanning footwear and apparel
Each item in the collection pays homage to key characters and props from the film.
“We’re not following fashion; we’re following fandom”: TruffleShuffle’s Pat Wood on brands, design and sticking to a niche
TruffleShuffle Owner and MD Pat Wood tells us about the company’s ethos of ‘made for fans, by fans’.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products’ Sunny Hong on the passion that powers fashion partnerships for Space Jam: A New Legacy
With partners on board spanning Nike, Bait and Tommy Hilfiger, we caught up with Sunny to find out more about bringing Space Jam: A New Legacy to life in fashion.
H&M debuts Keith Haring menswear collection
The range spans hoodies, tees, trainers, shorts and jackets, as well as bags, bucket hats and socks.
Talking Brands: Which brands could licensing help revive?
Smart Design Studio’s Nic Davies, Heayes Design’s Richard Heayes, Pinfinity’s Caleb Paullus and The Toy Association’s Marian Bossard give us their picks for brands that could enjoy a second life through licensing.
The Brand Radar: Hornby, The Beatles and the flourishing world of band brands
Start Licensing’s Ian Downes looks at band brands, deliving into why the likes of The Beatles, David Bowie and Queen are soaring in sectors spanning toys to socks.