Banijay Brands strikes Peaky Blinders partnerships for caps and luxury pens

“Peaky Blinders is a global phenomenon which translates incredibly well in the brand licensing space,” said Alice Bernardi, Director of International Brand Licensing at Banijay Brands.

Molo readies Jurassic World: Dominion kidswear collection

“The themes of sustainability and co-existence from the movie fit perfectly with the visions our designers generally have when designing new collections,” said Molo CEO Mogens Jepsen.

HUUB Design’s founder, Dean Jackson, on bringing the Thunderbirds brand to endurance sports

How HUUB Design and Anderson Entertainment teamed up to create unique cycling tops.

Ralph Lauren and Rizzoli International launch Polo Shirt coffee table book

Ralph Lauren is also launching The Ralph Lauren Polo Shirt Concept Store in Berlin later this month.

Kith launches Goodfellas collection

“Being able to work on collections centred around the things that shaped me growing up is the basis of what the Kith brand is built on,” said Kith founder Ronnie Fieg.

Reebok debuts Money Heist footwear and apparel range

The range of footwear is inspired characters and outfits from the show.

Orlebar Brown debuts WHAM! capsule collection

The range is inspired by the band’s hit song, Club Tropicana.

Peace Collective launches McDonald’s apparel collection

The collaboration forms part of this year’s McHappy Day initiative, with sales supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada.

“The product has to be the hero”: Asembl’s Justin Watson on food brand innovation

Asembl MD Justin Watson discusses his licensing education, the Australian market and Violet Crumble cakes.

KFC launches Wrapuette Handbag

The handbag is priced at £198 in a nod to KFC’s £1.98 Twister Wrap deal.

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