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Housewares brands named as Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards finalists

The finalists in the Product, Property, Retail and Rising Star categories for the Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards 2023 have officially been unveiled

The B&LLAs attracted a record number of entries this year, from companies large and small. All of the main product categories were judged by a panel that comprised of retail buyers from right across the spectrum including Argos, ASDA, Boots, Dunelm, FatFace, Home Bargains, John Lewis & Partners, JoJo Maman Bébé, Matalan, Moonpig, Morrisons, Mothercare, New Look, Next, Sainsbury’s, Selfridges, Specsavers, Tesco, TruffleShuffle, Vanilla Underground, Waitrose and WHSmith.

Finalists in the Best Brand Licensed Homewares, Kitchen & Tabletop Product or Range category are:

  • Emma Bridgewater Brighter World Collection from Elite
  • Fairy Dish Cleaning Tools and Accessories from Addis Housewares
  • Good Housekeeping Bakeware Collection at Homebase from Homebase
  • John Whaite Collection from Kimm & Miller
  • Laura Ashley Artisan Collectables Tableware from Wegter
  • Nadiya x Prestige Cookware and Bakeware from Meyer Group
  • The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Living Jewels Collection from Pure Table Top
  • Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Benary Collection from Dexam
  • Sara Miller London Chelsea Glassware from Portmeirion
  • Scion Living Collection from Dexam

Housewares names also starred in the shortlist for the Best Brand Licensed Electrical &/or DIY Products or Range category:

  • Amy Winehouse X Roberts Range from Roberts
  • Braun Limited Edition BC17 Wall Clock from Kith
  • Dolce & Gabbana Kitchen Appliances from Smeg
  • Goodyear Gardening Tools from Miralbueno
  • Goodyear Smart Signalling Light from Miralbueno
  • Laura Ashley SDA Collection from New Dawn Innovations
  • Stanley Work, Site & Floodlighting from Cascade Holdings
  • V&A The Art Store from Samsung Electronics


“The record number of entries for the B&LLAs 2023 underlines just how much the brand and lifestyle licensing business has grown and matured; the quality of entries was superb and the judges were certainly faced with a tricky task,” commented Ian Hyder, ceo of Max Publishing which owns and organises the B&LLAs. “Best of luck to all of the finalists – we cannot wait to celebrate with everyone at our new venue of the Royal Lancaster Hotel on Thursday 27 April.”

For tables and tickets for the Brand & Lifestyle Licensing Awards 2023, please contact Clare at Createvents on or call 0118 334 0085, or you can reserve and pay online at the Max Publishing Digital Box Office.

You can also follow the B&LLAs on Twitter at @LicensingAwards and #BELLAS23.

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