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Poetic Brands is feline fabulous over latest deal

Poetic Brands has collaborated with ASOS-owned brand Crooked Tongues and Felix the Cat to launch a new 17-piece clothing collection.

The bold range will feature adult styles across a number of clothing categories including denim jeans, shirts, hoodies, varsity jackets and tees. There is also a bespoke knitted jumper and a two-piece jogger and hoodie set.

Crooked Tongues is known for its popping colour-blocking graphics, logos, oversized fits and for taking inspiration from street and pop culture.

“The Felix the Cat character really suits the Crooked Tongue big, bold graphic vibe and we’re thrilled with this great match,” commented Elliott Matthews, md at Poetic Brands. “The range will delight Felix fans and clothing connoisseurs alike.”

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