Rag & Bone Styles Star Wars Collab

Disney and Rag & Bone will host three events in New York, Los Angeles and London this December to celebrate the collaboration’s launch.

NORTH AMERICA–Disney has teamed up with Rag & Bone to debut a limited edition collaboration to coincide with the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, in theaters Dec. 15.

The new capsule collection will feature a variety of Rag & Bone styles outfitted with classic Star Wars references–including hoodies, jackets and shoes depicting the two sides of the Force. It also includes limited edition t-shirts and accessories like wallets and wristlets.

Furthermore, to celebrate the collaboration, Rag & Bone, Lucasfilm and Disney will host three events on Dec. 2 in New York, Los Angeles and London featuring surprise elements from the Star Wars franchise. Fans will also have the opportunity to purchase limited edition t-shirts during the event.

Rag & Bone’s special edition Star Wars apparel and accessories styles will be released in batches in select Rag & Bone stores and online at Rag-Bone.com. Select pieces will also be available on the re-launched ShopDisney.com site beginning Dec. 1.

“I have always been a huge fan of Star Wars and it has been awesome to create a collection which coincides not only with the launch of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but also with the 40th anniversary of the franchise,” says Marcus Wainwright, chief executive officer, Rag & Bone. “Our approach was really to re-imagine some of our favorite Rag & Bone pieces while taking influence from some of our most memorable moments of past and present Star Wars films. We wanted the pieces to feel like something that referenced Star Wars but that also fitted the Rag & Bone aesthetic–like a modern Jedi.”

Additionally, Rag & Bone will support Lucasfilm and Disney’s Force 4 Fashion initiative, which is a charitable program that was created to empower and improve the lives of children around the world. The company has also revealed a secret site that will give viewers access to content created to celebrate the collaboration–including a making of video and other footage and mages from the world of Star Wars.

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