Vintage-inspired T-shirt company Junk Food Clothing is hosting The ‘90s Nickelodeon Takeover at its flagship store in L.A.’s Abbot Kinney neighborhood for the next four weeks, featuring a themed capsule collection and special activities to celebrate some of Nick’s most iconic series and characters.
The T-shirt collection is priced from $28 to $48 and includes designs inspired by fan-favorite Nicktoons Rugrats and Rocko’s Modern Life as well as live-action classics All That, Clarissa Explains It All, Double Dare, Salute Your Shorts and Good Burger. The shirts will also be available at junkfoodclothing.com.
At the flagship store, the ‘90s Nickelodeon experience will also involve the shop being “Slimed” inside and out, and culminated on September 25 during the annual Abbot Kinney festival. A branded Nick tent will be set up outside Junk Food Clothing selling key pieces from the capsule collection, and offer fans a photo opportunity with Snick’s famous Big Orange Couch.
The best part? Professional artists from Nickelodeon Animation Studio will be on hand to create custom pieces featuring the retro ‘90s characters for guests — so, mark your calendar.