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Hasbro partners with Skinnydip London on nostalgic Furby collection

Skinnydip London has launched a new limited edition collection with Hasbro’s nostalgic toy range, Furby.

Featuring 15 special pieces designed in-house by the Skinnydip team, the exclusive collection officially launched in stores and online on 14 October.

The fun and colourful designs are available across t-shirts, make up bags, phone cases, sweatshirts, knitted jumpers, pyjama sets, a dressing gown, socks and oversized hoodies.

Prices range from £6 up to £35.

“We are thrilled to partner with Skinnydip to bring back a 90’s icon with this fun and playful collection,” commented Nikki Gie, director DTR fashion and home, Europe and Asia, at Hasbro.

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