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Lil’ Cubs teams with Mr Men for exclusive range

Two limited edition prints have been specially designed to celebrate the Mr Men Little Miss series.

British clothing brand Lil’ Cubs has launched an exclusive Mr Men Little Miss collection.

Two limited edition prints have been designed specially to celebrate the fun and colourful series.

Launching in December, the Blue Grid unisex print features several favourite characters including Mr Sneeze and Little Miss Sunshine, surrounded by the eye-catching icons from Happyland.

The print will be available on swaddle muslins, dribble bibs, sleepsuits and leggings.

Meanwhile, the second design – featuring Mr Tall and Mr Small – will arrive in January 2020. It will feature three playful interactions between the two characters and will come in two different colourways – white for the sleepsuits, bibs and swaddles and a bright yolk yellow for the t-shirts and leggings.

“I cannot believe that I have been given this opportunity,” said Tabitha Mackness, founder of Lil’ Cubs. “Mr Men and Little Miss were not only a huge part of my childhood but they are also part of my children’s. It has been my greatest Lil’ Cubs achievement to date.”

Rhiannon Stubbs, marketing executive at Mr Men Little Miss, added: “We’re delighted to partner with Lil’ Cubs on this adorable new collaboration. The collection of baby and toddler outfits really capture the fun, bright style of both brands perfectly.”

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