Knockout Adds 'Outlander' Apparel

Knockout Licensing has signed two new apparel and accessories licensees for Sony Pictures Television's historical drama "Outlander."

April 6, 2018

Knockout Adds 'Outlander' Apparel

Knockout Licensing has signed two new apparel and accessories licensees for Sony Pictures Television's historical drama "Outlander."

The second half of the show's first season debuted last weekend on Starz in the U.S.

New licensees AbbyShot and The Celtic Croft are planning a range of apparel and accessories for fans of the series, which takes place in Scotland.

“Knockout Licensing has been seeking licensees that offer the kind of high-end, high-quality, beautifully-crafted 'Outlander' products that fans have been asking for since the series began airing,” says Tamra Knepfer, co-president, Knockout Licensing. “We know how passionate 'Outlander' fans are, so we are partnering with select 'Outlander' licensees that can do the property justice. AbbyShot and Celtic Croft are two such partners.”

AbbyShot will create a limited edition range of "Outlander" clothing and fashion accessories inspired by styles featured in the show including coats, scarves, hats, bags, cowls and cloaks.

“Our 'Outlander'

clothing and accessories will be faithfully styled after the actual costumes and props seen on the television series,” says Bonnie Cook, owner and creator of exciting opportunities, AbbyShot.  

The line will be available in Canada, the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, EU and the European Economic Area.

Additionally, the Celtic Croft is developing a line of traditional Scottish apparel and accessories including wool kilts, Tartans, shawls and tams, featuring Tartan from the same mill used to provide the fabric for the TV series. The line will feature five "Outlander" Tartan patterns, each representing a different family or clan depicted in the series and officially registered with the Scottish Register of Tartans.

“Fans who want an authentic 'Outlander' kilt can rest assured that our kilts are the real deal, made from the same fabric and sourced from the same weaver as those seen on the show,” says Joseph Croft, owner, The Celtic Croft.

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