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Skinnydip unveils latest Powerpuff Girls drop

Skinnydip London has launched its latest licensed collaboration – teaming once again with Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls.

The new range follows on from a successful drop featuring the crime fighting girl gang in 2021.

The collection feature retro prints and cute, colourful designs across a variety of products. These include a selection of phone cases featuring Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, oversized t-shirts, sweatshirts, pyjama and vest sets, cropped long sleeve tops, mesh tops and a knit jumper.

Meanwhile, a range of accessories includes wash bags, make up bags, AirPods cases featuring the three characters and a beaded charm phone strap.

This marks the latest in a line long of licensed collaborations for Skinnydip. The lifestyle brand has also recently teamed with Hasbro on a nostalgic Furby collection, Warner Bros. Consumer Products on Space Jam 2, Cloudco on Care Bears and Paramount on Mean Girls among others.

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