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Wonder Woman Tries on 80th Anniversary Fashion Collection

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Indian fashion designer Nivedita Saboo designed the celebratory collection.

Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Indian fashion designer, Nivedita Saboo, have announced a new collection inspired by Wonder Woman. In celebration of Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary, Nivedita launched her range on Oct. 15 at the St Regis, Mumbai, as a part of The Bombay Times Fashion Week. 

“This month marks the 80th Anniversary of Wonder Woman,” says Vikram Sharma, consumer products, advertising and partnerships head, WarnerMedia India, Southeast Asia and Korea. “She has a lasting legacy as a pop culture icon and even today is an inspiration to fans. Nivedita has captured this spirit in her stunning new collection.” 

The collection draws inspiration from the architecture, history and the spirit of the Amazonian warriors in Themyscira, part of the Wonder Woman universe. 

“This collaboration with Warner Bros. to design their prêt and couture collections truly resonates with my signature style,” says Saboo. “The custom-created digital prints, sharp seams, precision cuts and intricate techniques of detailing infuse the qualities and ethos of Wonder Woman in the womenswear and menswear ensembles. This couture collection is specially created to celebrate our Indian culture, weddings and festivals. Wonder Woman as a superhero is very close to my heart since she resonates with me, my team of wonder women and all the lives that we touch every single day while we create new products and collections. I am looking forward to launching this collection in India.” 

The collection will be available at her luxury stores in Pune and Mumbai and on her online store at


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