Pucca property heads into Pull & Bear

Planeta Junior secures deal with retailer for new t-shirt featuring character.

The Pucca character is heading into Pull & Bear stores across the globe, following a new deal struck by Planeta Junior.

A new t-shirt featuring the character’s image – created by Padma – is now available worldwide in all Pull & Bear stores, as well as online.

The deal follows on from the launch of Pucca x Maria Escoté, a capsule collection from the Spanish designer, plus a True Love capsule from Italian fashion brand White.

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