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MR. MEN LITTLE MISS PARTNER WITH CRIBSTAR

22 Sep - 2020

Tags from the story: Cribstar, Mr. Men Little Miss.

Mr Men Little Miss have partnered with independent London based kids clothing brand Cribstar for a capsule collection.

Combining the iconic characters from Mr. Men Little Miss with Cribstar’s motto of making little ones stand out from the crowd, the unisex collection features bold, retro prints and patterns.

There are 2 sets of designs launching on the 18th September, a Mr Happy ‘happy days’ set and multi character ‘don’t kill my vibe’ design. Each design-way have matching jumpers, leggings and stand out tees.

Silvia Figini, Chief Operating Officer, Sanrio said “We’re so excited to partner with Cribstar on this collection. We love their design aesthetic and the fun, playful unisex designs fit perfectly with Mr. Men Little Miss.”

Jadwiga Batatawala from Cribstar added “It was a dream come true to design a collection with the iconic Mr Men Little Miss characters.  Together I think we have created a collection which really captures the fun spirit of Mr Men Little Miss but with a Cribstar twist.”

The full collection is available now from Cribstar’s website – https://www.cribstar.co.uk/


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