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Amscan to launch Warner Bros. 2020 dress-up collection

Leading party, balloon and costume supplier Amscan International is expanding its dress-up portfolio to include a new range of Warner Bros. licensed costumes and wearable accessories for 2020.

Available to the UK market, the first phase of styles as part of the collaboration will be ready to order from January.

As part of the initial range launch of over 30 styles; licences will include icons from the DC Universe, as well as Scooby Doo and leading characters from the Wizard of Oz; with many more to be revealed throughout 2020. The collection will include styles for children and adults, with selected matching options available.

The new range, which has been designed in the UK, has been created in close collaboration with the Warner Bros. team to achieve costumes that are both wearable and authentic to the characters.

“Developing a range that provides excellent value to customers in terms of quality, design features and price to offer a greater choice to fans has been a key part of the design process” said Kate Springett, Amscan’s head of costume design.

Mel Beer, licensing director EMEA, commented: “We’re delighted to have extended our long-term Warner Bros. relationship, with the introduction of dress-up costumes and accessories for children and adults across DC Superheroes, TV classics and classic movie franchises. With the likes of iconic characters such as Batman and WonderWoman joining our offering we are already experiencing strong customer demand for the range and are excited to maximise this opportunity to its full potential.”

Look out for further details in the next issue of Progressive Party Europe magazine.

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