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Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Seven together for the next Back To School

18 Jul - 2018

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The products to choose from, one more colorful than the other, are ready to accompany the children on their school days.

The holidays pass quickly and for the little ones the time to go back to school is getting closer and closer. There are those who are preparing to sit behind the desk for the first time and those who are ready to embrace their companions.
In view of this moment Seven has developed a line of products with prints of Warner’s DC Super Hero Girls. Accessories that will return the smile to children who do not seem to want to get away from the sea.
The products to choose from, one more colorful than the other, are ready to accompany the children on their school days and include:
• Split backpack: Extendable backpack with preformed back, padded shoulder straps, printed denim effect polyester fabric with patches, pins and studs in the shape of stars
• 3 ZIP BOX: Denim effect printed polyester fabric with patch application, personalized inner linings.
• SCHOOLPACK (splitting rucksack + 3 zip pouch)
• NOTE BOOKS: with 6 different graphics

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