CNBC reports…..The owner of Nine West shoes and Juicy Couture makeup has signed a deal with Canadian marijuana company Tilray looking at developing cannabis-infused foot creams, cosmetics and other consumer products.

Tilray agreed to pay Authentic Brands Group $100 million and up to $250 million in cash and stock, depending on the success of the venture, to create and distribute consumer cannabis products as the retailer’s preferred supplier, the companies announced Tuesday.

The deal also gives Tilray access to a wide consumer base and massive global distribution network.

“They own over 50 iconic brands they have the products in over 100,000 points of sale, over 4,500 free standing and shop and shops around the world,” Tilray CEO Brendan Kennedy said Tuesday in an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “If you can imagine a Nine West foot cream where we put samples in over a million pairs of shoes that are sold by them every year, it introduces new consumers to cannabis based products, CBD primarily.”

Tilray’s shares fell by more than 12 percent in intraday trading Tuesday.

The two companies will immediately focus on launching cannabis products in Canada and CBD in the U.S. The deal gives Tilray a guaranteed minimum payment of up to $10 million annually for a decade and the right to receive up to 49 percent of the net revenue generated from the new cannabis products.

Full story https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/15/pot-grower-tilray-strikes-deal-with-authentic-brands-on-cbd-products.html