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So much was happening at Moschino's spring 2016 runway show (Windex-themed clothes! Traffic cone hats! A working car wash!), that you'd be forgiven for missing the Powerpuff Girls-themed pieces that Jeremy Scott sent down the runway. InStyle reports that Moschino is officially partnering up with Cartoon Network to release a line of merchandise dedicated to the beloved animated series that debuted back in 1998. It's a natural fit for Scott, who previously convinced street style stars to wear coats and sweaters emblazoned with SpongeBob's face.
The Powerpuff Girls x Jeremy Scott collection will include swimwear, knitted tops, skirts and dresses, scarves, bags, and accessories. Check out the gallery to see a few Powerpuff Girl pieces from the Moschino show, including a one-piece swimsuit, a cardigan, cartoon-y leggings, and three bags featuring the superheroes' faces. The line will be available in January at Moschino stores, department stores, and select online retailers. It coincides with a reboot of the animated show, which will be back on Cartoon Network with a new cast in spring 2016.
Update: The Powerpuff Girls collection is now available in stores and on Moschino's website, with prices starting at $80 for a phone case and topping out at $1,250 for a dress. Shop it here.