This SpongeBob SquarePants Clothing Line Was Made for ’90s Kids
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This SpongeBob SquarePants Clothing Line Was Made for ’90s Kids

Today is certainly a good day for ’90s kids. Lisa Frank’s new makeup collection is currently on Kickstarter, and now a bold line of clothing inspired by SpongeBob SquarePants is set to debut at London Fashion Week.

In honor of SpongeBob’s 18th birthday, Nickelodeon International and Viacom Consumer Products tapped a host of designers to create men’s and women’s apparel, footwear and accessories.

There will be 27 different items shown, including tees designed by Bobby Abley, sweatshirts by Peter Jensen (who posted a teaser on Instagram), and sneakers by Suecomma Bonnie. Bad Denim is embroidering a bunch of vintage pieces and Maria Francesca Pepe produced jewelry. (We’ll wait to see if anybody decided to go with Bikini Bottoms… get it?)

And everything looks SUPER wearable (you can see more here!). We’ve got our eyes on the jeans with pineapple knee patches, purses that use Patrick Starr as a closure and subtle, trendy gold jewelry featuring a dangling representation of Spongebob.

The collection will show at London Fashion Week on Saturday, February 18, and it will be available to purchase stateside come May. Stay tuned!

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(h/t WWD; photo via Viacom)