Hype, LEGO Unleash ‘NinjaGo’ Collection

The new collection inspired by “Ninjago” will launch on January 14.

License Global

January 11, 2021

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An apparel collection has been revealed by Hype and LEGO.

The collection combines LEGO “Ninjago” with a trending streetwear approach and Hype’s loud and proud essence. It features a 28-piece line of tees, shirts, shorts, hoodies, joggers, jackets and bags.

In the 2020 LEGO “Ninjago” TV series the ninja will for the first time enter a new realm – the Prime Empire. The urban, futuristic and colorful city of the Prime Empire was the inspiration behind creating the first urban streetwear collection with LEGO “Ninjago.”

Boasting mesh paneling, embroidery, on-trend chunky taping, branded neck ribs and over-sized graphics and with a metallic look accentuating the prints and the use of metal D rings, the collection aims to emphasize the power of the LEGO “Ninjago” spirit.

The lineup features over-sized silhouettes in the LEGO “Ninjago” color palette of yellow, deep red and monochrome, with the placement of the secret LEGO “Ninjago” language spelling out ‘JUST HYPE’ throughout the collection. Each individual tee showcases prints of favorite LEGO “Ninjago” characters. 

The collection will be available on LEGO.com beginning Jan. 14 and JustHype.com beginning Jan.15.

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