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La Femme en Noir Nabs ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Deal

The apparel collection from the high-end goth fashion house includes apparel and accessories.

Paramount Pictures and high-end goth fashion house La Femme en Noir have announced a licensing partnership for the “Sleepy Hollow” property.

The collection includes items such as apparel and accessories. It has kicked off with an exclusive winter collection that includes a recreated version of Katrina’s black and white striped dress from the film, along with an original toile print featuring images from the film.

“La Femme en Noir is the first female owned POC fashion house to enter into the world of major studio licensing,” says Micheline Pitt, co-owner and designer, La Femme en Noir.

“It is really unique with a very specific style that is unlike anything done before.”

The collection aims to infuse not only the Victorian aesthetics of ‘Sleepy Hollow,’ but 80s punk as well. Accessories are also included in the collection including a 3D replica of film’s jack-o’-lantern scarecrow head which has been fashioned into a fully functional purse.

La Femme en Noir is excited to soon announce more properties in collaboration with the illustrious Paramount Pictures, with more film studios to soon follow,” adds Pitt. “We are also thrilled to help change the landscape of what licensing looks like, with unique designs and collections that are fresh and exhilarating in the world of licensed apparel.”

Pitt’s sister company Vixen has also recently announced a Paramount deal with a “Pet Sematary” fashion collection.

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