Fan Apparel

First Official Harry Potter Flagship Store to Feature Personalized Robes, Special House Wands
January 13, 2020 at 3:48 pm

Though Harry Potter and his status as an English literary icon are inseparable, the wizard and the franchise surrounding him have found themselves receiving favorable treatment in New York City, too, with the 2016 prequel film “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” occurring in 1920s New York and the Broadway play “Harry Potter and…

NFL Partners With H&M for Branded Apparel in International Markets
January 9, 2020 at 1:18 pm

Through a partnership with H&M, the NFL will bring branded apparel and accessories collections to 20 different international markets. he line will include styles for men, women and children. As for what any of the apparel items will actually be, we presume there are going to be some pretty stylish threads to nab...

Disney Is Letting Fans Design Custom Baby Yoda Apparel on Its Web Store
January 8, 2020 at 11:47 am

The latest marker in Baby Yoda merchandise history utilizes the custom, on-demand merchandise capabilities Disney recently introduced for its online store. Through a partnership with Zazzle, Disney is allowing fans to customize their own Baby Yoda apparel and footwear. The Shop Disney site allows you to resize the design, choose what item you want it on (raglan, basic tee, hoodie, etc.) and...

Ravens Fan Files Trademark for Team's Motto In Hopes of 'Partnering' on Designs for His Apparel Company
January 6, 2020 at 2:01 pm

Let's say your favorite team has been throwing around a sort of unofficial motto for the season that's become a rallying cry of sorts. It's fun. It's something every fan can feel a part of. But what if you wanted to be an even bigger part of the team and its identity? Would you trademark that phrase in an attempt to sort of extort the team into working with you? One Las Vegas apparel maker thought that was the best course of action...

Rocket City Trash Pandas Pass $2M in Merch Sales In Just Over a Year
January 3, 2020 at 1:37 pm

The Rocket City Trash Pandas are the Minor League Baseball team in pole position for "Most Creative Franchise Name" in a race full of truly wonderful names. We're not the only ones who think so, as fans well beyond the Alabama team's home are grabbing Trash Panda merchandise—more than $2 million worth of it, to be exact...

Amazon Is Going All Out on 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Promos
January 2, 2020 at 2:19 pm

Just like the show's eponymous character, Amazon Prime's "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" has accumulated a pretty huge fanbase over its three seasons. Amazon looped in the show's popularity for a clever Hanukkah-themed promotional experience in the show's setting of New York City. It's also rolling out regular "Maisel" promos to commemorate the show's third season,…

Louisville's Pro Soccer Team Ceased Merchandise Production After Fans Hated New Logo
December 20, 2019 at 2:28 pm

Soccer fans in Louisville, Ky., were excited to see their professional team, Louisville City FC, unveil a new crest. The new identity would accompany the team's new home, Lynn Family Stadium, which is currently under construction. Fans weren't so excited once they actually saw the new logo, though. https://twitter.com/loucityfc/status/1207007639777021952 https://twitter.com/MariusFroehlich/status/1208054345373306882 https://twitter.com/BobcatSNES/status/1207015525295022081 In many cases like…

Where Is All the Cybertruck Merchandise? (Because It's Everywhere But Tesla's Site)
December 19, 2019 at 12:02 pm

The Cybertruck is the most Tesla idea Elon Musk has had in a while. But in a very un-Tesla move, the company hasn't produced a single piece of official Cybertruck merchandise. Musk is the man who made "the world's most boring hats" and sold out almost instantly. Tesla sold surfboards. We hailed the company as leaders of promotional merchandise a while back...

Jimi Hendrix Becomes Latest Sony Music Thread Shop Branded Merch Artist
December 17, 2019 at 1:32 pm

Over his short yet prolific career, Jimi Hendrix prided himself on being a nonconformist. Through Sony Music’s Thread Shop, however, he is set, at least from a commercial perspective, to join a roster of music legends and current artists who have received the branded merch treatment...