TF1 Licenses has secured a host of licensing deals to further extend a variety of brands including Milles Bornes, Barbapapas, Haribo, “Miraculous” and more.
For Milles Bornes, a French card game, TF1 has tapped MLP to launch a new range of t-shirts, which will be available exclusively at French retailer Kiabi.
Kosmeo Beauté signed on to debut a series of Ushuaïa health and beauty products based on essential oils. The new range will include a line of mist sprays as well as massage gels and will be available at the Galeries Lafayette department store as well as number of mass retailers and pharmacies.
Turbulences magazine will feature the classic Barbapapas brand through a host of educational sections, including a main story, games and illustrations as well as a special discovery page. The Barbapapas-themed issue will be available in news kiosks this summer, ahead of the brand’s new animated series.
For Haribo, TF1 has partnered with Kappa to launch a line of children’s flip-flops, which will be available at Casino.
The TV series “Miraculous” has also secured two new licensees in France–Educa Borras for games and Hoomark for gifts.
Finally, TF1 has acquired the rights to “Monchhichi,” a classic toy brand that is currently being developed into a 3D animated television series.