Japanese anime fashion collaborations you should check out, from Sailor Moon to Doraemon

Japanese anime fashion collaborations you should check out, from Sailor Moon to Doraemon

05.05.2022 Off By manager_1

Every brand must know what it wants to achieve and how relevant their items are to the audience. Collaborations with Japanese anime shows have brought premium fashion labels a lot of attention. What is the result? You can now add Japanese anime collaborations into your collection.

We are here to show you the rise in luxury fashion brands collaborating Japanese anime over the years – Loewe x Studio Ghibli, Gucci x Doraemon. We understand why characters from popular manga are getting the luxury treatment. These limited-edition collections, which are trendy and relatable for anime lovers and fashion enthusiasts, are new and fashionable. Loewe launched the Loewe x Studio Ghibli collaboration in January 2022 to honor its creative director’s love for Japanese animators. In 2021, the Maison paid tribute to My Neighbour Totoro. These collaborations are attractive and give rise to a new appreciation of the fashion houses.

Maje, the latest collaboration with Sailor Moon is an adorable collection that you should add to your cart. Check out these iconic collaborations if you like luxury fashion-anime crossovers just as much as us.

Take a look at our top five favorite Japanese anime fashion collaborations.

Maje x Sailor Moon

This capsule, which is limited in number, pays tribute to Sailor Moon. Sailor Moon was a popular character in anime culture in the 1990s. Maje, a French brand, incorporates Sailor Moon, the symbol for girl power, into its collection this season. The collection features ready-to wear pieces and accessories that are relaxed, inspired by Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. The palette is composed of bold pink, yellow, and blue. Highlights include the co-ord denim matching set, oversized graphic shirt, hoodie, and bucket hat.

Loewe x Studio Ghibli

Loewe’s most-seller collaborations will take you into Studio Ghibli. Notable collections were released by the Maison involving films like My Neighbour Totoro (1988) and Spirited Away (2001). The capsule collection includes bags, accessories, and ready-to wear pieces that feature adorable motifs featuring recognisable characters from Soot Sprites To Totoro.

Fun fact: Jonathon Anderson, the creative director of Studio Ghibli is a big fan. Our top choice? The Hammock leather bag featuring the Totoro motif.

Gucci x Doraemon

Gucci released a capsule collection featuring the famous cat robot as part of its Chinese New Year 2021 campaign. In the 1960s and 2000s, the Japanese manga series and TV show were huge hits. The brand has a variety of accessories, footwear, and ready-to-wear that feature the character. Fans will find the Gucci monogram, graphics and the adorable robot in a variety of joyful poses throughout this collection. What’s the best part? Doraemon showed himself as an ox wearing two little horns in celebration of the Year of the Ox.

Longchamp x Pokemon

Do you remember when Longchamp and Pokemon teamed up for a joyous collaboration? When it was released in October 2020, it caught our attention. You’ll see Pikachu, the main protagonist of the collaboration, on the Le Pliage range as well as other sought-after silhouettes. The unique collection features a range of monochrome and monogram-leather pieces that ooze Pikachu’s joy, from backpacks to crossbody bags.

Coach x Michael B Jordan x Naruto

Michael B Jordan, Coach’s global ambassador, released his first fashion collaboration in 2019 featuring his favorite Japanese anime, Naruto. Naruto Uzumaki is the protagonist of the best-selling Japanese manga. He was a young ninja who longed to be the Hokage, which means the strongest ninja his village has ever seen. Naruto fans will recognize the anime’s main characters, Naruto, Sasuke, and Itachi. They also have Sennin and Sharingan eye motifs and characters. The capsule collection was unisex and included streetwear ready to wear – tees, parkas and pullovers – as well as pieces, footwear, and bags. To celebrate the release of the collection, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur hosted an exclusive pop-up.