Hot Topic, Kohl’s, Under Armour, New Era and more will support the upcoming superhero film with a raft of apparel.
"Wonder Woman has always empowered fans by embodying what it is to be powerful, confident and heroic, while also expressing her grace, compassion and femininity–in her upcoming feature film and for the last 75 years," says Soo Koo, chief creative officer, WBCP. "With fashion as a daily form of self-expression, we're thrilled to bring together some of the most well-known and exciting designers in the world to create a diverse collection of high-end collaborations and street-ready apparel and accessories for fashion devotees, casual shoppers and everyone in between."
Kicking off WBCP’s robust apparel lineup is Nuyu and Under Armour, who have both signed on to debut lines of athleisure and high-performance wear.
Meanwhile, on the men’s apparel front, labels such as Hero Within, Ukonic, New Era and Bioworld will release
-themed apparel at mass-market retailers as well as online.
WBCP has also teamed up with a host of accessory and jewelry brands for bracelets, headbands, watches and more. Licensees include: Nanette Lepore Brand; A Class Time Watch Co.; Love and Madness; and Alex and Ani, among others.
Furthermore, a raft of global and mass-market retail partners will debut a host of capsule collections inspired by the iconic heroine. Retailers on board to launch
apparel include: GAP for a capsule collection for women, girls, toddlers and babies; Kohl’s, which will feature an exclusive DC-inspired Her Universe activewear collection; Hot Topic, which will also launch a Her Universe collection; and Torrid, which will launch a range of plus size apparel items.
Additional retail partners include: Mauritius for leather jackets; Ron Robinson at Fred Segal for a nuyu-inspired vignette; and Kyle by Alene Too, which will feature a
-themed array of apparel and accessories from a variety of designers, including a collection of never-before-seen designs from up-and-coming designers.
HSN has signed on to debut a host of exclusive items–including apparel and accessoires, jewelry, personal care products and more–as well as an exclusive collection from Benefit Cosmetics and accessory pieces from Betsey Johnson.
Finally, ready-to-wear pieces from designers such as Louis Vuitton, Versace, Givenchy, D-Squared, Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Kenzo, Lanvin, Roland Mouret, Tommy Hilfiger, Tory Burch and many more, will be auctioned to benefit the LemLem Foundation, which aims to improve African women’s lives by promoting access to healthcare and economic opportunities. The
-inspired fashions will be showcased and auctioned during an event in Paris, France, on June 7, with all proceeds going to the LemLem Foundation.
More information regarding the
’s robust lineup of licensing partners can be foundhere
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