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OppoSuits goes Looney for latest collaboration with Warner Bros.

Novelty suit company OppoSuits has extended its popular Warner Bros. collection with the addition of a range of fresh new Looney Tunes designs.

With previous OppoSuits x Warner Bros. collaborations including major licensed names such as Harry Potter, Batman and Superman, it is only right that two of the biggest names from the cartoon world should be the next to feature in the Dutch company’s extensive catalogue.

Leading Looney Tunes characters Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck feature on the new shirt designs, which are the perfect choice for the discerning executive’s next video conference.

“We see shirts as something that is becoming a bigger category for us in general and the launch of these new styles will definitely help bring a boost to that,” revealed head of sales Robin Breeman.

“We were looking for cool new licences that fit in well with the shirts and also OppoSuits as a brand, we quickly came to Looney Tunes which seemed like a perfect fit. Looney Tunes is an iconic license that is super popular even now, I don’t think there is a single person that doesn’t love Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck!”

“We launched our Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck summer shirts last week,” he continued, “and who knows, maybe we’ll do something more in the future…”

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