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Cute Oddity to bring kawaii-inspired clothing line
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Jul '08
Cute Oddity LLC will unveil its newest line of popular culture, kawaii-inspired clothing for teens, tweens and young adults at the comic book and fantasy convention, Comic-Con International, scheduled to run July 24-27 in San Diego. Over 120,000 fans are expected to attend.

"We chose this venue because it's an event that many of our customers enjoy attending," said Craig O'Connor, Cute Oddity president.

"We've gotten a lot of positive feedback about our line, and plan to roll out five completely new and original T-shirt designs at Comic-Con," he added.

"Kawaii is the Japanese term for cute," explained designer Amanda Mullins. "While on the drawing board, I always keep an eye toward creating characters that will stand out, look good, and convey the wearer's sense of fun and individuality.

I believe these latest images are spot-on," she said. Saturday, 12 noon - 2 PM has been set aside for Mullins to sign autographs for fans.

Her colorful designs are intended to vividly bring to life the memorable and adorable kawaii characters in whimsical poses and situations.

Cute Oddity T-shirts, made of high-quality 100-percent cotton, are popular as vacation and casual wear, for socializing, visiting friends, eating out, and more.

To supplement its distribution efforts at conventions, the company also plans to market products through its on-line store.

"Our goal is to become a global leader in all things cute," said O'Connor.

Cute Oddity LLC

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