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ISAWITFIRST scores a slam dunk with new Space Jam collection

New collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products on movie sequel includes 90’s style oversized t-shirts.

ISAWITFIRST is continuing its successful run of working with licensed properties – teaming up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products for a new collection inspired by Space Jam: A New Legacy.

The collection promises ‘graphic tees that are a guaranteed slam dunk for your wardrobe’, reported The Industry.Fashion.

The range – inspired by the sequel starring LeBron James alongside Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes squad –  is made up of 1990’s style oversized t-shirts.

These feature bright graphics of the Looney Tunes on a palette of white, black and grey, to mix with joggers or denim.

ISAWITFIRST has previously launched licensed collections inspired by MTV, Clueless and Mean Girls.

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