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Looney Tunes Gets Designer Treatment

Looney Tunes Gets Designer Treatment
Warner Bros.’ classic Looney Tunes characters Tweety and Bugs Bunny have been reimagined by 10 top fashion designers for a new kids' apparel collection.

Warner Bros.’ classic Looney Tunes characters Tweety and Bugs Bunny have been reimagined by 10 top fashion designers for a new kids' apparel collection.

Designers Roberto Cavalli, Ice Iceberg, Missoni, Laura Biagiotti Dolls, 10x10 Anitaliantheory, Vivetta, Stella Jean, Msgm, Superduperhats and L’F Shoes each created their own interpretation of both characters for the Fashion Comics line. These character images will then appear on the Project Comic line of boys' and girls' sweatshirts, available at retail for fall/winter.

The idea for the Fashion Comics line was conceived by fashion designer Alessandro Enriquez in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, the magazine Vogue Bambini and Italian children's fashion trade show Pitti Immagine Bimbo.

The line will be produced by apparel licensee Marbel and has been unveiled at Pitti Immagine Bimbo, which is taking place now through Saturday in Florence, Italy.

The collection includes 20 items (two for each designer) and will be available in select Italian and international department stores this fall.

A part of the proceeds from the line will be donated to Orphanaid Africa Onlus to support the Love+Children Project to fight child malnutrition in Ghana.

Roberto Cavalli:

Missoni:

Ice Iceberg:

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