Accessories Licensing 

Vans, NASA launch ‘Space Age’ footwear collection

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 2,840 American skateboarding shoes brand Vans has teamed up with the United States federal Agency NASA for the launch of a new ‘space age’ collection. The collection will be centered around Vans silhouettes Old Skool, Sk8-Hi MTE and Slip-On and will showcase the NASA logo at the lateral, over the wording “John F. Kennedy Space Center,” according to Fashion United. Vans most recently collaborated with Disney in celebration of the 90th birthday of the iconic Mickey Mouse character. NASA also launched a capsule clothing collection with Heron Preston…

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Fifty years after Snoopy’s moon mission, Peanuts and NASA are collaborating again!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 4,046 NASA and Peanuts Worldwide announced the signing of a multi-year ‘Space Act Agreement’. The partnership is engineered to inspire a passion for space exploration and STEM education among students. Fifty years later, the brand-new agreement extends the NASA and Peanuts partnership to students and fans across the country. The new era of collaboration aims to create entertainment content including publishing, merchandising and interactive projects that can help popularize science and tech education. The agreement builds on a historic partnership that began during the Apollo missions of the…

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NASA teams up with 20th Century Fox to encourage girls to get into Stem subjects

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 3,950   Executing its part to encourage girls to get into subjects like science, technology, engineering and mathametics (STEM), NASA has launched an educational virtual tour for students that show the careers of seven women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths. NASA’s Modern Figures tour, created in partnership with the 20th Century Fox film Hidden Figures, is the space agency’s first themed career guide. Available on Google’s free expeditions app and viewed using Google Cardboard, the tour includes a 3D-virtual look at a 100,000-square-foot aircraft hangar, simulated Martian…

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