Cath Kidston Limited Edition Matilda Large Kids Backpack Rucksack in Multi Oilcloth
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I felt really aligned with Matilda for a few reasons. I believe as a print designer you are a raconteur, and here at Cath Kidston we always like to tell stories with our prints. Quentin Blake is an absolute legend, the BEST at this storytelling through illustration, with such a loose and dynamic style but with real detail in the emotion of the stories and characters. We felt truly humbled to work with his drawings and Roald Dahl’s storytelling. I have two young daughters and to celebrate this amazing character felt really, really special. We do not moderate comments, but we expect readers to adhere to certain rules in the interests of open and accountable debate. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience – the local community.
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Cath Kidston is known for its collaborations and has previously teamed up with Disney on a Jungle Book collection as well as Warner Bros on a Harry Potter range. Announcing the upcoming range, Cath Kidston said: "In a season where we anchor our storytelling in the importance of arts, Roald Dahl’s Matilda inspired our print team through her story of self belief and bravery. Unfortunately, though, these important debates are being spoiled by a vocal minority of trolls who aren’t really interested in the issues, try to derail the conversations, register under fake names, and post vile abuse.