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Goldfish and Bison secures Zip-Itz and Click-Itz

Firm gets rights to the collectable fashion line designed by Hollywood star Robin Sydney.
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Goldfish and Bison will be supplying Zip-Itz and Click-Itz to all of Europe.

The collectable fashion concept for kids was designed by Hollywood actress Robin Sydney – now owner of fledgling company Zorbits – for her various celebrity friends to wear. The lines have enjoyed huge success in the US.

The bracelets have been seen on the arms of Shailene Woodley (Secret Life of the American Teenager), Amandla Stenberg (The Hunger Games), Vanessa Lengies (Glee and Winner of a Kids Choice Award), and more.

“Zipper bracelets have become one of the hottest fashion crazes of 2012, a must-have accessory for the style-focused and young at heart,” said Alex Kovacevic, brand manager from Goldfish & Bison.

“There may be imitations, but Zip-Itz and Click-Itz offer the original quality, design and style which has captured the attention of some of Hollywood’s biggest up-and-coming stars.”

"Our patent pending design was actually created while getting my nails done," explains Robin Sydney, owner of Zorbitz.

"I was listening to Miley Cyrus, Tailor Swift and Kelly Clarkson music on my iPhone and there was this cool color pallet of nail polish on the wall. I just loved how different color combos looked together, so I decided to create a splash of multi colors with Zip-itz bracelets. I love wearing five or six stacked together."

Here's an infographic of the delightful Robin detailing her creations (click to expand):

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