Poetic Brands to make an impression with Van Gogh Museum apparel and travel collection

Published on: 7th October 2020

The popular apparel licensee, Poetic Brands is looking to make an impression next year when its new partnership with the Van Gogh Museum will witness the launch of a comprehensive range of men and women’s apparel, along with a collection of travel accessories.

The deal – brokered by Licensing Link Europe, who managed the rights for the Van Gogh Museum – taps into the current consumer demand for iconic and well-known pieces to be incorporated into their daily lives. The new range is due to launch in the UK next year and has already garnered strong interest from retail.

Following the death of the renowned artist, Van Gogh’s brother Theo and his wife managed the works, before their son, Vincent Willem, founded the Vincent Van Gogh Foundation in the ’60s. He went on to build the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam to preserve the family’s collection for future generations, which now houses the world’s largest compilation of works by the artist, with over 200 paintings,500 drawings and more than 700 letters.

“Van Gogh is universally recognised and we are excited to create a brand new range for the property, bringing it further into the lifestyle of the modern consumer,” said Elliott Matthews, executive director of Poetic Brands. “It is unique in our portfolio, and we have already been overwhelmed by the reaction of retailers to the proposed lines.”

Chris Taday, director of Licensing Link, who brokered the deal, added: “We’re thrilled to have Poetic Brands on board for this prestigious property. The team work tirelessly to create on-brand and on-trend designs which appeal to both retail and consumers alike. We’re very much looking forward to seeing the final pieces.”


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