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FatFace reveals Science Museum collaboration

Collection includes hoodie and t-shirt with a space theme.

FatFace is continuing to secure high profile collaborations – with its latest involving a tie up with the Science Museum.

The new collection consists of a hoodie and t-shirt which includes metallic and glow in the dark printing, embroidery and badging to bring the product to life.

The two lines will launch alongside complementary Science Museum product which includes two books and a rucksack – available in stores and online from the end of October.

“It’s important to us at FatFace to create not only beautiful product of the highest quality, but to continue to engage and re-excite our customers,” said Gabrielle Sims, head of licensing at FatFace. “Our aim is always to create clothing that our customers love and within kids clothing that fuels their imagination and immerses themselves into a world of adventure and wonder.

“The Science Museum was the perfect fit especially as we were working on a key Space theme this winter. We really felt that our collection was missing that extra something, so working hand in hand with the Science Museum allowed us to achieve added credibility through new findings, accurate facts, drawings and factual findings.”

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