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Unique Vintage Tries on ‘Beetlejuice’ Collab

This is the latest collection in Unique Vintage’s slate of Warner Bros. collaborations.

As part of an ongoing collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Unique Vintage has produced a line of vintage-inspired pieces celebrating “Beetlejuice.”

The collection features artwork from the movie brought to life in multiple styles from sizes XS-5X. 

"At UV, we love all things spooky, and our Beetlejuice x Unique Vintage collaboration is the epitome of creepy-chic,” says Katie Echeverry, founder and chief executive officer, Unique Vintage. “We're thrilled to be able to bring one of our favorite films to life in our signature style and inclusive size range. Our customer loves classics like ‘Beetlejuice,’ and we're thrilled to be able to provide vintage-inspired, size-inclusive pieces they can wear every day."

Products include:

  • Black and white stripe jagger suit jacket;
  • Black and white stripe rizzo cigarette pants;
  • Crawling critters print Hannah swing dress;
  • Sandworm Jayne swing skirt;
  • No feet Sweatshirt;
  • The ghost with the most unisex tee;
  • Whoa sandworms unisex tee;
  • Vintage pin set; and
  • Black and green stripe crossbody.

The collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products marks the largest addition to the growing list of branded Unique Vintage collections and includes properties such as “Harry Potter” and DC’s “The Justice League.”  

The “Beetlejuice” x Unique Vintage collection is available at Unique Vintage’s Burbank boutique and at

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