Month: March 2019

Iconix Brand Group, Inc. Ramps Up Home Business With New Licensing Deals For Cannon

Iconix Brand Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ICON) announced today two new licensing deals for its Cannon brand. Cannon, a heritage home brand established in 1887 and owned by Iconix Brand Group, is known for its high-quality and affordable home products. Cannon’s two new licensees are Pem America for fashion bedding, sheets, blankets, throws, down alternative utility bedding and window; and Blue Ridge Home Fashions for natural fiber and down utility bedding. Both licensees will design, manufacture and distribute Cannon products across their respective categories. The territories for the Pem America agreement are the U.S., Canada and Mexico, while Blue Ridge Home Fashions will have the Cannon license for the U.S. and Canada.


The new Cannon collections from Pem America and Blue Ridge Home Fashions will be shown to the industry during Home Textiles Market, which kicks off on March 18. The new product lines are expected to make their retail debut at department and specialty stores during the Spring 2020 season.


“Cannon’s new partnerships with Pem America and Blue Ridge Home Fashions will help Iconix further strengthen and develop our home business,” said Bob Galvin, chief executive officer and president at Iconix Brand Group, Inc. “Cannon is one of the most recognized home brands and we look forward to collaborating with these new partners to capitalize on its potential.”


“We have a long and successful history of partnering with Iconix on other brands in their portfolio and we’re thrilled to expand our relationship with the addition of a strong legacy brand like Cannon,” said Sam Glasnapp, Executive Vice President at Pem America.


“Blue Ridge Home Fashions is a leading utility bedding manufacturer and we’re excited to combine our expertise with the heritage of the Cannon brand,” said Mark Schwartz, Director of Sales and Product Development for Blue Ridge Home Fashions.


Cannon is one of 30 brands in Iconix Brand Group’s portfolio of consumer brands. The company owns, licenses and markets its brands through a network of leading retailers and manufacturers that touch every major segment of retail distribution in both the U.S. and worldwide. In addition to Cannon, Iconix Brand Group owns four other home brands including Waverly, Charisma, Fieldcrest and Royal Velvet.


About Cannon

Founded in 1887, Cannon is a home brand with a strong heritage and products that are known for their high quality, easy care and appeal to a broad range of consumers. One of the most recognized home brands, Cannon always delivers a consistent quality at an affordable price point.


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About Pem America

Pem-America is a leading supplier of high-quality soft home textiles products. Founded in 1993, their commitment to quality, design and innovation has been key to their success. They supply both licensed and private label products and work with major retailers in the U.S.


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About Blue Ridge Home Fashions

With 25 years in business, Blue Ridge Home Fashions has established itself as one of the leading utility bedding manufacturers in the United States, specializing in down/feather home textiles products. Blue Ridge Home Fashions’ products are available in department stores, specialty stores and online retailers in the U.S. including Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy’s, Costco, Walmart, Sam’s Club, QVC, HSN and Amazon among others.


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London Fog And Jeremy Scott Reveal Collaboration

London Fog, the heritage lifestyle brand known for its outerwear and raincoats, is revealing a new collaboration with designer Jeremy Scott. Scott, whose designs fuse references from pop culture, high fashion and streetwear, will design two capsule collections for London Fog, starting with the Spring 2019 season. Both collections will feature Scott’s bold and edgy twist on classic London Fog pieces across multiple categories.


For Spring 2019, Scott collaborated with London Fog to create a fashion-forward collection of eight items for both men and women. The capsule includes an avant-garde update to the timeless London Fog trench coat featuring a draped hemline, zipper details and an unexpected leopard-print lining. Leopard print and zipper detailing are key design elements throughout the capsule collection and are also featured on a leather hat-box handbag, an expandable spinner suitcase, an umbrella, a scarf and a rain bucket hat with leather trim. Additionally, Scott took inspiration from London Fog’s signature style to create a playful laptop case that resembles a folded trench coat.


“I wanted to play with the iconography of the classic London Fog trench coat, twisting and altering it with zippers, releasing and relaxing the bottom hem to create a mullet effect with the leopard print lining catching one’s eye as it trains behind the wearer,” said Jeremy Scott.


The London Fog x Jeremy Scott Spring 2019 capsule collection will launch on March 13 at select Macy’s locations and, exclusively at select Hudson’s Bay stores and in Canada and on Prices for the capsule range from $60 to $300.



London Fog, owned by Iconix Brand Group, is one of the most iconic and established American fashion brands. For almost 100 years, it has embodied a classic metropolitan appeal from work wear to weekend dressing. Today London Fog remains as smart and timeless as the raincoat that made its name. With a modern-classic sensibility and an expanded line, it’s the perfect fit for a fast-moving world with an evolved sense of style. The London Fog mission is to outfit and adapt with the ever-changing modern lifestyle, weathering every season and situation with men and women who value savvy, refined style. For more information, please visit           



American designer Jeremy Scott’s eponymous brand was founded in 1996 and quickly gained the attention and adoration of fashion insiders and celebrities alike. Over the next five years he launched the modeling career of Devon Aoki; worked with Christian Louboutin and Stephen Jones on accessories for his runway shows; received accolades from Karl Lagerfeld; and won the 1996 and 1997 Venus de la Mode Award for Best New Designer. In 1999, he was nominated for Best Young Designer by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). He is also the creative director of Moschino. The company is now a licensor of AEFFE S.p.A. as of 2015.

London Fog x Jeremy Scott Collaboration Announced in WWD

London Fog’s exciting new collaboration with designer Jeremy Scott was announced in the March 4, 2019 issue of WWD.

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