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BlackMilk Clothing Announces New ‘The Witcher’ Collection

Fans of the Netflix show will find power and purpose in their wardrobe with BlackMilk’s latest collection.

License Global

December 12, 2022

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Apparel from “The Witcher” x BlackMilk collection.
Apparel from “The Witcher” x BlackMilk collection.BlackMilk

Following previous collaborations with Netflix – including “Squid Game” and “Stranger Things” – BlackMilk has unleashed a new range of clothing that captures the world of monster hunters from “The Witcher.” 

The upcoming 32-piece collection features attire inspired by the three central characters of the series – Geralt of Rivia, Yennefer of Vengerberg and Ciri of Cintra – and includes custom-designed burned velvet and foil fabrics. Kaer Morhen, The Continent and the fearsome Basilisk can be found alongside BlackMilk designer pieces. 

BlackMilk previously delved into The Witcher universe back in December 2021, when they teamed up with

CD Projekt Red to release a collection based on the video game franchise. This new collection will follow the success of the Netflix series, which is inspired by the book series.

The Witcher x BlackMilk collection is available now. 

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