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Check out our Brand Licensing Europe 2022 photo gallery

Last week’s Brand Licensing Europe was another major success, with thousands of execs heading across to ExCeL London for the three-day showcase.

The seminar sessions, news, brands to watch and deals came thick and fast, with something to suit pretty much everyone on the show floor.

The catwalk presentations were a major draw for attendees and exhibitors alike, with highlights including Barbie: The ultimate fashion icon on day one (20 September), plus Culture & Unity in partnership with Black Lives Matter Licensing and the Sustainability session from Products of Change and Junk Kouture on day three (22 September).

You can relive Brand Licensing Europe 2022 – or get a flavour of the event if you were unable to attend – by checking out our exclusive photo gallery below.

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