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Brand licensing

The Royal Opera House works with many carefully selected partners who use our brands under license.   To use our world famous brands (Royal Opera House, The Royal Ballet or The Royal Opera) on your products or services please email licensing@roh.org.uk  to find out more.

Current partners that use our brands include:

L’Occitane

Launched in May 2014 a limited edition Beauty Pouch, filled with three new Almond products created with ballet dancer perfection in mind, each product having been used by Royal Ballet dancers Marianela Nuñez, Elizabeth Harrod and Yasmine Naghdi.

 

Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer’s delightful Royal Ballet branded, occasion-wear collection launched last November to a terrific response and is now available in store and online. The collection translates The Royal Ballet’s exceptional production values into a range of richly embellished, and beautifully crafted clothes for girls. New designs will be launched later in the year.

 

Surface View

We're thrilled to be collaborating with Surface View, an online service for the creation of bespoke, home interior products. Now, the beautiful yet little-known imagery from the Royal Opera House can be used to create spectacular murals, prints, blinds or lampshades. Click here to find out more.

 

Cocorose London

Cocorose London’s exclusive Royal Ballet Collection of foldable ballet pumps now includes five designs. Each one is presented in a luxury travel purse, with an accompanying black satin shoulder bag folded into its back pocket (ideal for when you change out of your high-heels), and in a beautiful black-and-silver Royal Ballet branded presentation box.

 

Oberon

Publisher of key Royal Opera House publications including The Royal Ballet yearbooks, the Souvenir Guide to the Royal Opera House and Royal Ballet dancer Andrej Uspenski’s book, Dancers, Natalia Osipova: Becoming a Swan and, Steven McRae - Dancer in the Fast Lane.

Natalia Osipova: Becoming a Swan
An intimate portrait of a ballet superstar, and the story told in pictures of her preparation for the role of Odette/Odile in SwanLake – the most iconic role for a ballerina.

And, coming soon:
Steven McRae - Dancer in the Fast Lane
A close up look at one of the most exciting male dancers in the world today.

 

 

 

Joules

Joules collection of Royal Ballet branded après-ballet wear for children was first launched in Spring 2011 and has been a huge success. The range is made to Joules' famous high standards, with careful detail and quality fabrics.

 

Something for the Girls

This exciting collaboration between boutique stationary company Something for the Girls and The Royal Ballet features greetings cards with whimsical photographs of vintage ballet shoes, alongside costumes and tutus from The Royal Ballet to mark those special moments with elegance and style.

 

Freddy SpA

Women's, men's and children's dance/leisure wear and accessories inspired by the dancers of The Royal Ballet.

 

Flame Tree Publishing Ltd.

Our 2015 calendar will feature solo dancers from The Royal Ballet and will be available for sale in September 

 

Frances Lincoln

Our 2015 illustrated Royal Ballet desk and pocket diary will be on sale shortly, together with our Royal Ballet organizer.

 

Cover Yours

A collection of classic and contemporary designs for iPad, iPhone and laptop skins, using a diverse range of Royal Ballet imagery.

 

Custom Works

A set of enticing impulse buys featuring attractive ballet inspired imagery including pointe shoes and illustrations by artist Lydia Brooks; products include pocket mirrors, notebooks, exercise books, magnets and button badges.

The Onoto Pen Company

The Onoto Pen Company, a British firm, have created an exclusive range of luxury fountain pens for The Royal Ballet. The pens are made from sterling silver with  guilloché engraving and vitreous enamel in the style of Fabergé.