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Lawless inks Little Prince apparel deal

Lawless Entertainment has secured a licensing deal with L.A.-based design studio Mighty Fine to produce a line of infant apparel based on The Little Prince children's brand.
November 28, 2012

Lawless Entertainment has secured a licensing deal with L.A.-based design studio Mighty Fine to produce a line of infant apparel based on The Little Prince children’s brand.

Mighty Fine will produce a line of apparel for infants, toddlers and juniors including knit fashion tops, tee shirts and fleece/French terry apparel. The merchandise is expected to hit specialty, department, mid-tier, boutique and internet retailers in the US and Canada for January 2013.

The 52 x half-hour The Little Prince TV series currently airs in 150 territories globally, and is a Method Animation co-production with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (France), Fabrique d’Images, and DQ Entertainment, in association with ARD Germany, France Télévisions, RAI Italy and RTS Switzerland.

More than 200 million copies of The Little Prince book, which follows the adventures of a boy prince and his fox friend to new worlds, have been sold worldwide in 257 languages.

L.A.-based Lawless Entertainment was awarded licensing and merchandising representation in the US and Canada by Propertiz Licensing and Sogex for The Little Prince brand and animated series in April this year.

About The Author
Jeremy is the Features Editor of Kidscreen specializing in the content production, broadcasting and distribution aspects of the global children's entertainment industry. Contact Jeremy at jdickson@brunico.com.

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