Teletubbies t-shirts for millennials hit Asos

Poetic Brands launches apparel range for young adults featuring the Teletubbies cast and famous logo

Written by Rhys Thomas

Posted 01.07.2019 | Apparel

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Licensed clothing specialist Poetic Brands has launched a new range of Teletubbies t-shirts for young adults at Asos.

Inspired by the characters from the classic British pre-school series, the range uses images of the much-loved Teletubbies line-up, and aims to capture the imagination of 20-somethings who grew up watching the show.

Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, along with their friend the Noo-noo, appear throughout the collection, both individually and in group shots, along with the famous Teletubbies logo.

“We are delighted to announce the arrival of these t-shirts at ASOS,” says Elliott Matthews, Executive Director of Poetic Brands. “This wonderful range is sure to appeal to the many young adults who either grew up with or simply love the Teletubbies.”

The deal between Teletubbies brand owner DHX Media and Poetic Brands was brokered by licensing agency CPLG.


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