Katie Eary Unveils Powerpuff Girls Womanswear Collection For London Fashion Week

Katie Eary Unveils Powerpuff Girls Womanswear Collection For London Fashion Week

Katie Eary Unveils Powerpuff Girls Womanswear Collection For London Fashion Week

On the day before the start of London Fashion Week (16th to 20th February), fashion designer – Katie Eary has unveiled her Powerpuff Girls themed womanswear collection made in collaboration with Cartoon Network. Katie showed off her Autumn/Winter 2018 collection at a special exclusive presentation at Mayfair’s Maddox Gallery, presented with a fully “Powerpuffed” backdrop and an all-girl skateboarding squad.

Katie usually designs menswear, but she’s announcing her womanswear debut by celebrating the 20th Anniversary of The Powerpuff Girls (as a full series), and she’s a fan of the series too. The collection has a message of empowerment for girls and young woman and destroys the boundaries of gender stereotypes. Katie’s other inspirations for the collection include space cowboys, Western culture, with 70’s shapes, 80’s outer space and skate style graphics, she combines vibrant prints and high quality fabrics with the super cute and super fierce characteristics of The Powerpuff Girls. The Powerpuff Girls collection includes tops, sweatshirts, dresses and trousers, as well as a “mini-me” collection for powerful women and aspiring young girls. The Autumn/Winter 2018 collection will be available later this year at select department stores and boutiques worldwide.

Previously, Cartoon Network collaborated with Fyodor Golan for a Powerpuff Girls collection for London Fashion Week last February, also Moschino released a collection at Milan Fashion Week in 2015.

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From The Turner UK Press Release: Katie Eary Joins Forces with Cartoon Network to Unveil First Womenswear Collection at London Fashion Week Inspired by The Powerpuff Girls: Collection to celebrate girl power, equality and diversity

On the eve of London Fashion Week, Katie Eary has unveiled her first-ever womenswear collection in collaboration with Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls. Eary showcased her Autumn/Winer 2018 collection in an exclusive presentation at Mayfair’s Maddox Gallery, where the scene paid homage to girl power with a fully ‘Powerpuffed’ backdrop and an all-girl skateboarding squad.

The critically acclaimed menswear designer celebrates her womenswear debut, coinciding with The Powerpuff Girls 20th Anniversary, which will honour the global phenomenon and its message of empowerment that resonates with generations of girls and young women.

Eary’s other inspiration for the collection draws on space cowboys, Western culture, with 70’s shapes, 80’s outer space and skate style graphics, within the female presence. She combines her bold, vibrant prints and luxe materials with the super cute, super fierce characteristics that embody The Powerpuff Girls.

Katie Eary said:“I’m a big fan of The Powerpuff Girls and I was so excited to partner with Cartoon Network for my debut womenswear collection at London Fashion Week. I wanted to take the three superhero sisters with me into a new era of female empowerment. My collection celebrates diversity and breaking down gender stereotypes, so I’ve combined my signature prints with luxe materials to signify boldness and grace. I hope my collection truly inspires a new generation of young women to feel empowered.”

The full range of products from Katie Eary’s The Powerpuff Girls collection includes an assortment of tops, sweatshirts, dresses and trousers, as well as a “mini-me” collection for powerful women and aspiring young girls. The Autumn/Winter 2018 collection will be available for sale later this year at select department stores and boutiques worldwide.

Now in its 20th year, the girl power of The Powerpuff Girls is being recognised right across the globe. Recently, Bea Bennister, co-founder of Girls Against, paid tribute to the three super hero sisters, citing in Time Out that they were “the original feminist icons of my childhood” and that the cartoon “empowered young girls around the world to be strong and feisty, destroying the stereotype that boys were the only strong characters on TV shows”.

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Cartoon Network Teams Up With Pitti Bimbo Children’s Wear Trade Fair In Florence, Italy For Powerpuff Girls Designer Clothing

Cartoon Network Teams Up With Pitti Bimbo Children's Wear Trade Fair In Florence, Italy For Powerpuff Girls Designer Clothing

Cartoon Network Teams Up With Pitti Bimbo Children’s Wear Trade Fair In Florence, Italy For Powerpuff Girls Designer Clothing

Cartoon Network Enterprises EMEA is collaborating with international children’s clothing trade fair – Pitti Bimbo, the clothing event is held twice a year in Florence, Italy. The January 2018 edition of the event kicked off today (18th January) and will run until Saturday 20th January. On display at the event are a collection of The Powerpuff Girls concepts by well-known young designers including The Dots, I’m Isola Marras by Efisio Marras, Bad Deal and Core Sine Labe Doli – selected by Italian fashion designer Alessandro Enriquez. Each designer has created a Powerpuff Girls inspired “capsule collection” with items including t-shirts, dresses, handbags and accessories featuring designs of Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup and Bliss or as they’re known in Italy: Lolly, Dolly and Molly with Bliss’s name remained unchanged.

The collaboration marks the start of the 20th anniversary year of The Powerpuff Girls, which is one of Cartoon Network’s most iconic shows and one of the channel’s most profitable licensed brands. Cartoon Network has also collaborated with fashion houses Moschino, Fyodor Golan, Bizuu, Saucette and Raisa&Vanessa for Powerpuff Girls themed clothing.

Regarding the Powerpuff Girls brand collaboration with Pitti Bimbo, Johanne Broadfield, VP of Cartoon Network Enterprises EMEA, said:

“The Powerpuff Girls is one of the most enduring Cartoon Network brands of all time and continues to resonate strongly with fans across the globe. It’s also proved to be a brand that inspires designers and we’re excited to be partnering with Pitti Bimbo to cement the girls as fashion icons for 2018 and beyond.”

http://www.licensingsource.net/pitti-bimbo-tie-up-revealed-for-the-powerpuff-girls/

Cartoon Network Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of The Powerpuff Girls Animated Series

Cartoon Network Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of The Powerpuff Girls Animated Series

Cartoon Network Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of The Powerpuff Girls Animated Series

This year, Cartoon Network will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Powerpuff Girls, the full series premiered on Cartoon Network in the United States on 18th November 1998, the show eventually became one of Cartoon Network’s most iconic animated series appealing to both girls and boys all over the world. The animated series followed the daily-lives of three unlikely superheroes, three kindergarten-aged (school-aged in the 2016 reboot) girls named Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, it’s their duty to save Townsville and the world from destruction before bedtime while still trying to live a normal childhood. The 20th anniversary celebrations will begin next month with the global rollout of new episodes, events and products that will continue into 2019. As seen in the Cartoon Network USA 2018 preview video, Bliss will also be returning to the show this year.

The original series was created by Craig McCracken who later created another Cartoon Network hit Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends, for the rebooted series which launched in 2016, Nick Jennings and Bob Boyle serve as executive producers.

In 2017, The Powerpuff Girls won a “Best National Family Series” Gracie Award. The Gracie Awards recognises high-quality programming created by women, for women and about women in media and entertainment. The graphical assets from the animated series have been utilised in Cartoon Network’s commitment to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) education, including Google’s Made with Code GIF and the Scratch programming language developed by MIT Media Lab.

Throughout the entire history of the show, The Powerpuff Girls has amassed more than $2.5 billion in retail sales, makes it one of Cartoon Network’s most successful licensed brands of all time. with a total of 150 partners including toy manufacturers, clothing retailers, book publishers and even theme parks. Partners for The Powerpuff Girls brand include: designer Jeremy Scott and Moschino on a global fashion collaboration that was launched in 2016, Hot Topic, C&A, Miniso, El Corte Ingles, Reserved, TVOE, Fyodor Golan, Saucette, Bizuu, Peripera and 7.Modifier, Spin Master, McDonalds, Ferrero, Cold Stone Creamery, IMG Worlds of Adventure, The Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark, Live Nation, Hachette and many more.

From The Turner UK Press Release: The Powerpuff Girls Celebrate 20 Years of Saving the World Before Bedtime

Cartoon Network announced today that The Powerpuff Girls will be celebrating its 20th anniversary. As the original harbingers of girl power, the iconic brand has been an inspiration to generations of girls and young women since its initial launch in November 1998. The celebration will begin in February with the global rollout of new episodes, events and products that will continue into 2019. Fourth sister Bliss will also return throughout the year.

From the moment they started to save the world before bedtime, these three superhero sisters, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, became more than characters on a show, but a global phenomenon with a message of empowerment that continues to resonate today with the reimagined series that debuted in 2016.

The Powerpuff Girls won a 2017 Gracie Award in the “Family Series – National” category, recognizing high-quality programming for girls and women. The series has also played an important part in Cartoon Network’s overall commitment to STEAM education by inspiring children to learn coding with special episodes and programs including Google’s Made with Code GIF: The Powerpuff Girls and Scratch from the MIT Media lab.

With more than $2.5 billion in retail sales generated since its original debut, The Powerpuff Girls is one of the most enduring and top-grossing Cartoon Network brands of all time. Over the years, Cartoon Network has teamed with a roster of more than 150 global licensing partners across toys, apparel, publishing and themed entertainment, among others. Those partners have included: designer Jeremy Scott and Moschino on a global fashion collaboration that was launched in 2016, Hot Topic, C & A Department Store, Miniso, El Corte Ingles, Reserved, TVOE, Fyodor Golan, Saucette, Bizuu, Peripera, 7.Modifier, Spin Master, McDonalds, Ferrero, Cold Stone Creamery, IMG Worlds, Cartoon Network Amazone, Live Nation, Hachette and many more.

The Powerpuff Girls is produced by Cartoon Network Studios, with Nick Jennings serving as executive producer and Bob Boyle as co-executive producer. The initial run of The Powerpuff Girls, created by Craig McCracken, premiered in 1998 and earned two Emmy Awards along with five nominations and other countless honors and accolades.

Catch The Powerpuff Girls weekdays at 11:30am on Cartoon Network in the UK.

http://powerpuffgirls.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/