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Blueprint Collections ventures out with National Geographic for kids stationery and accessories

The licensed bags, accessories and gifts specialist, Blueprint Collections is to produce and launch a range of National Geographic children’s lines for the UK market. The range will span notebooks, pencils, pens, sticky notes, erasers, pencil cases, backpacks, keyrings, umbrellas and more. All the items in the range will use …

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Mary Berry reignites nation’s love of loaf cake with own licensed ranges

Mary Berry has brought the British loaf cake industry rising out of its slump of late and back to its place at the table of the nation’s favourites, thanks to the popularity of her officially licensed Mary Berry cake range with Finsbury Foods. This was the take home message from …

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Hasbro partners with interior designers Houzz to renovate the Cluedo mansion

Colonel Mustard and the cast of Hasbro’s iconic board game, Cluedo will soon be enjoying a freshly renovated room, thanks to a new partnership with Houzz. The global toy and board game company is teaming with the architecture and interior design specialists to update the classic Cluedo murder-mystery board game …

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Brands In welcomes two new industry experts to its senior team

Continued growth and a growing demand from its loyal fan base has seen the licensed fashion and apparel business, Brands In, add two senior appointments to its team in the form of experience licensing personalities, Richard Samms and William Durzu. Samms joins the team as senior designer, while Durzu has …

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Funko makes move for cosmetics with Disney villains inspired line

Funko could just be carving a new market for pop-inspired beauty products as it launches its first cosmetics collection inspired by a cast of Disney most infamous villains. The collection will be sold at Ulta Beauty’s stores and website exclusively. The makeup line is based on four classic Disney villains …

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National Geographic launches space-themed extension to Clarks partnership

National Geographic has launched a special extension to its collaborative range of footwear with the shoe specialist, Clarks, building on a partnership that launched this year with the Clarks Kids X National Geographic line. Celebrating the official 50th anniversary of the lunar landing this year, the partnership has added a …

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Myne Cards secures first UK distributor in East West

Myne Cards, the team behind the licensed contactless card protector range, has secured its first UK distributor in East West, targeting indie retailers, as well as specialist and non-specialist retail groups here and internationally. The deal enables Myne Cards to expand into the retail market and protect more customers. The …

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Haven celebrates Sesame Street’s 50th with Peter Alexander capsule collab

To celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street and the continued success of the franchise Down Under, Haven has struck a partnership with the Australian designer Peter Alexander for a capsule of women’s, men’s and kids’ pyjamas and accessories. Featuring the tag line “I was raised on the Street”, the 55-piece …

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Science Museum and The Monster Factory ink space-themed stationery deal with John Lewis

Science Museum Group and The Monster Factory have teamed up to create its first licensed range of stationery for children, launching in John Lewis and Partners stores across the UK this summer. Inspired by space, the new stationery range includes sticky notes, notepads, floating pens, rasers and keychains, as well …

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Mad Beauty continues march on licensed cosmetics with Star Wars Sheet Face Masks

The health and beauty specialist, Mad Beauty, is continuing its march on the licensing space this time with the launch of an imperial collection of Star Wars inspired Sheet Face Masks. Quite literally urging fans to ‘use their face’, the range had been developed under license with Disney, adding to …

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