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‘Pokémon’ Partners with Polish Retailer LPP

The branded collaboration is now available at retailers across Europe.

The Pokémon Company International has teamed up with LPP, an apparel manufacturing company in Poland, for collections of “Pokémon” apparel and accessories for kids and adults.  

Each of LPP’s brands, Reserved Kids, House, Cropp and Sinsay, will carry apparel and accessories inspired by “Pokémon” characters and artwork. 

“We are delighted to be working with LPP on these exciting ranges, which add yet more style to our expansive fashion lines,” says Mathieu Galante, licensing director, EMEA, The Pokémon Company International. “A dynamic, creative and ambitious company, they are also award winners for their sustainable practices. With demand continuing to grow across Europe for ‘Pokémon’ apparel and accessories, LPP are ideal partners to strengthen our presence across the key territories of Poland and Germany.” 

House offers casual streetwear in bold combinations with statement accessories. Its adult apparel and accessories ranges launched this summer with a campaign that included in-store marketing and branded windows. 

Reserved Kids reflects current trends, drawing inspiration from multicultural metropolises and urban realities. Its “Pokémon’ Kids collection of apparel and accessories has launched. 

The adult ranges from Cropp and Sinsay will follow. Cropp draws inspiration from contemporary culture, music and mixing designs from the latest catwalk trends, while the Sinsay line is aimed towards young women. 


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