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Withit collaborates with Skinnydip

Withit has confirmed a new partnership with Skinnydip.

The collaboration is aiming to bring smiles to the faces of fans who grew up with the brand in the 1990s and 2000s, along with a new generation.

The Withit x Skinnydip collection includes phone cases featuring all of the favourite characters such as Cheeky Monkey, Mad Cow, Glamour Puss, Happy Bunny and Lost Sheep.

Arriving this month, the phone cases are drop tested, shockproof and made from recycled materials.

Withit – which is represented in the UK by Centa IP – is marking over 30 years in business. The brand has a strong history of success around the world, achieving sales of over £100,000 across stationery, apparel, accessories and homewares.

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