Iconix Signs Springs Canada, Baltic as Charisma Licensees

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NEW YORK-Iconix Brand Group has reached agreements with Springs Canada and Baltic Linen for home-textiles lines carrying the Charisma brand name.

Springs Canada will hold the license for the Charisma name in Canada for bed and bath products including sheets, towels and basic bedding. Distribution on this collection will begin in the fall.

Baltic will have the Charisma license for bed, bath and table linens for the hospitality industry in the United States. This line will debut at the International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show here in November, and will be targeted at luxury and high-end hotels. 

WestPoint Home currently holds the license for Charisma bedding and bath textiles to U.S. retailers. Iconix announced earlier this year that Next Creations will get this license in the fall.

 

 

 

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