Licensing Expo will be bringing Fashion to life to spotlight the creativity and innovation in this space and its impact on the wider licensing industry through a full roster of educational sessions, social networking, and experiential activations.

In 2021, the fashion licensing generated $28.433m of the $315.5bn global licensing industry. With brand collaborations, nostalgia IP and luxury crossovers take the market by storm,
Licensing Expo aims to shine a light on this booming part of the market. Find inspiration this June on how to successfully leverage brands for their next fashion range.

With NEW Fashion Showrooms to display the latest collaborations, two dedicated keynotes and so much more, immerse yourself in the world of Fashion licensing and meet the brands that can bring your next big idea to life.

It all starts here.



Join Sam Edelman and Robert D'Loren on Tuesday, June 13, 2023 at Licensing Expo for the Opening Keynote as they share their experience and insights on the power of brand extension to build their fashion empire.

On Wednesday, June 14, Federico San Martin from Minecraft, and Matias Infante from Crocs, will discuss their journeys in brand development, approach to licensing partnerships and the licensing program they launched together.  


Fashion Showrooms

Be inspired by 16 branded fashion displays spotlighting innovation and best in class fashion licensing and find inspiration for your next product range. From the latest Barbie range to the new Smurfs collection, see successful fashion collaborations and find new ideas for your next range.

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Spotlighting Sustainability

Drop in for a free sustainability clinic with the experts at Products of Change, including founder Helena Mansell-Stopher and the POC Ambassadors, who will provide valuable advice and guidance for every stage of the sustainability journey.

Meet brands for your next Fashion range

Be inspired by 5,000+ brands on display, meet directly with the brand owners and make lasting connections that can lead to your next sell-out product range.