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Nickelodeon Takes Over Junk Food Clothing Abbot Kinney

nick 2Nickelodeon Takes Over Junk Food Abbot Kinney with Capsule Collection Celebrating its Beloved Shows and Characters from the ’90s
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LOS ANGELES, CA- August 30, 2016 – The original vintage t-shirt company, Junk Food Clothing will host The ’90s Nickelodeon Takeover at its flagship store on Abbot Kinney beginning Tuesday, Aug. 30, with a themed capsule collection and special activations to celebrate some of the most-loved Nick characters and series from the decade.  the collection, which retails from $28 – 48, includes fan favorite shows like Rugrats, All That, Clarissa Explains It All, Rocko’s Modern Life, Double Dare, Salute Your Shorts and Good Burger. The t-shirt line will be available both online at and at the Junk Food Clothing flagship.

 The ’90s Nickelodeon experience will extend beyond the t-shirts to include two iconic symbols of the network.  Both the interior and exterior of the Junk Food Clothing flagship store will get the “SLIME” treatment with Nickelodeon’s signature green goo dripping from the ceilings and splattered on the floors.
The ’90s Nickelodeon Takeover will culminate on Sept. 25, during the annual Abbot Kinney Festival. The festival now in its 32nd year celebrates the exciting culture of Venice with a mile-long stretch of entertainment, food, and shopping from some of the neighborhoods most influential players. There will be a branded Nickelodeon tent outside Junk Food Clothing store that will sell key pieces from the capsule collection. Guests will have the opportunity to fulfill their childhood wishes and recreate their favorite SNICK moments with a photo opportunity on the Big Orange Couch. In addition, in the afternoon, professional illustrators from the Nickelodeon Animation Studio will on hand to create custom artwork featuring ’90s characters for guests in the flagship store.
About Junk Food Clothing Co.
Junk Food came onto the scene in 1998, creating and forever changing the premium t-shirt market.  Carried in over 5,000 top stores throughout the world, Junk Food is a celebrity favorite, featured weekly on numerous style icons in major media. Junk Food recently extended its signature soft fabrics and trend-leading fits into an expanded contemporary collection, with unique treatments that make each piece feel one-of-a kind.  Also a licensing powerhouse, Junk Food has rights to over 800 major pop-culture licenses including numerous sports leagues, artists, and bands.
About Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon, now in its 37th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, online, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 90 million households and has been the number-one-rated basic cable network for 20 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visit Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).
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