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UK label Skinnydip London launches limited edition SpongeBob SquarePants collection

The UK fashion label, Skinnydip London has launched its latest collaboration with Nickelodeon in the form of a limited edition SpongeBob SquarePants clothing collection.

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of one of the most iconic tv shows of all time, this limited-edition collection brings to life the personalities of some of the nation’s most loved SpongeBob characters.

Featuring the likes of Patrick, Gary and more, the collection is full of bright colours, glitter and playful prints that embody a “totally unique, like-no-other range of clothes and accessories.”

The 21-piece collection includes a selection of printed t-shirts, novelty handbags and everyday accessories including makeup bags, phone cases and more. There are 21 key pieces in the collection, including: A SpongeBob Fur Tote Bag, a SpongeBob Shock Case, SpongeBob T-Shirts, SpongeBob Make Up Bags, a SpongeBob Fur Make Up Bag, and a SpongeBob Key Charm.

These are joined by the likes of the SpongeBob Phone Ring, SpongeBob Pin, Patrick Tote Bag, Patrick Shock Case, Patrick Make Up Bag, Showgirl Patrick T-shirt, Hates Gon’ Hate Patrick Shock Case, Patrick Cropped Long Sleeve Top, Patrick Key Charm, Patrick Phone Ring, and Patrick Pin.

Completing the collection is the Patrick Wash Bag, Gary Shock Case, Meow Gary T-shirt, and Gary Pin.

The collection is available in all Skinnydip bricks & mortar stores, online at skinnydiplondon.com and in selected Topshop stores from October 2019. 

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