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Skinnydip London unveils SpongeBob SquarePants collab

New collection is part of 20th anniversary celebrations for quirky character.

Skinnydip London has launched its first collaboration with SpongeBob SquarePants.

Part of the 20th anniversary celebrations for the character, the company has joined forces with Viacom Nickelodeon Consumer Products on the limited edition collection, which brings to life the personalities of some of the show’s favourite characters.

The 21-piece range includes a selection of printed t-shirts, novelty handbags and everyday accessories such as make-up bags and phone cases among others.

Bright colours, glitter and playful prints show characters including SpongeBob, Patrick and Gary in all their glory.

The collection is available from Skinnydip’s bricks and mortar stores and online, as well as selected Topshop outlets.

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