Skechers Takes The Twinkle Time Line & Brings It To The Big Screen

Three years ago Skechers USA launched their Twinkle Toes kids’ line of sparkly embellished shoes and after selling over 10 million pairs of these shoes, the shoe company is building an entire licensing program that will include clothing, home decor, toys, accessories, stationary and most recently – a movie.

Footwear News interviewed Paul Flett, Skechers’ SVP of global licensing about the line and this is what he had to say:

“The Twinkle Toes character has really taken off, so much so that we’ve had girls coming into Skechers stores asking to meet her.” In fact, in a recent Q Score ranking, Twinkle Toes managed to top licensing giants Hello Kitty and Disney Princesses.”

The DVD animated movie, distributed by Universal Studios follows 14-year-old dancer Grace Hastings, nicknamed Twinkle Toes by her friends, as she attempts to overcome stage fright. Look for additional Twinkle Toes products in stores such as  backpacks, slippers, belts and apparel.

Have you seen this movie yet? Would love to hear your thoughts!

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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  1. Claire Bursht

    August 14, 2012 at 8:22 pm

    Did you mean the TWINKLE TOES shoe line? INSTEAD of Childrens Artist TWINKLE TIME that was conceived way before TWINKLE TOES came to fruition? BIG FAUX PA! Shame on Skechers ! NOT surprising though they have a track record pages long of lawsuits of them infringing on other peoples TRADEMARKS!

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