Mark Feldstein & Associates has signed a licensing agreement with giftware manufacturer Precious Moments, Inc. to design, manufacture and distribute inspirational products.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and Country Living magazine have teamed up to launch a licensed home goods and apparel collection, available exclusively at Cracker Barrel locations nationwide and online.
Lifetime Brands has entered into a licensing agreement with Instant Brands, Inc., the makers of Instant Pot. Company officials said it will create and distribute official Instant Pot branded accessories, including bakeware, prep accessories and cutting boards.
Small electrics supplier Kalorik is teaming with Bluestar Alliance on a licensing agreement related to the Brookstone brand.
Clipper Corp., which carries the Viking license for housewares, is tapping into the consumer desire for the “Viking lifestyle.” The company will debut new cookware and bakeware in the line and will expand the brand into complementary kitchenware and housewares products.
Epoca International has been tapped to be the manufacturer of non-electric housewares for Buzzfeed’s new brand Goodful. The line will officially launch this month at Macy’s, however, products are already being rolled out on the Macy’s website.
Le Creuset has added to its licensed Disney collection of products with a new 90th anniversary Mickey Mouse Dutch oven.
Robinson Home Products has launched two tabletop brands, Living by Robinson and Robinson, following its exit of the Oneida tabletop business. The new brands were on display at the fall New York Tabletop Market.
RSquared/Zrike Brands will be opening a new showroom at Forty One Madison this month. The new showroom, located on the 10th floor, will be open for the New York Tabletop Market, to be held October 9 through 12.
Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen are expanding their home décor partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, which is inspired by the world of Harry Potter.
A new home furnishings brand, CosmoLiving, has hit the marketplace with the core furniture product element developed by Dorel Home under a license from Hearst, which owns Cosmopolitan magazine, the basis for the label.
Vandor, a design and distribution company that creates licensed home products including drinkware, kitchenware, home décor and sculpted collectibles, has been acquired by Bioworld Merchandising. Bioworld Merchandising delivers licensed apparel and accessories for entertainment brands.
S’well and Out of Print, a maker of literature-themed apparel and accessories, have partnered on a limited edition hydration bottle collection dressed in iconic literary works.