‘One Piece’ Hits the Runway with GCDS

The Toei Animation and GCDS collab debuted at Milan Fashion Week.

License Global

September 30, 2021

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Toei Animation has announced its latest collaboration with Italian fashion brand GCDS for an apparel line based on its animation series, “One Piece.”  

The partnership with the brand under Giuliano Calza, creative director, GCDS, debuted during Milan Fashion Week on Sept. 23rd. GCDS presented looks from the ready-to-wear capsule collection designed in collaboration with the “One Piece” series. 

For the announcement, GCDS and Toei Animation collaborated on a special trailer where the characters from “One Piece” wear GCDS clothing.  

“We’re thrilled to partner with a stunning apparel fashion brand GCDS to launch this exciting One Piece collection worldwide,” says Ryuji Kochi president, Toei Animation Europe. “GCDS embody the new generation of Made in Italy with colorful and plentiful trend which is in a perfect match with ‘One Piece universe. We are confident that the creative dimension of this capsule collection will bring a success for this collaboration.”  

The “One Piece” capsule collection is available at GCDS stores worldwide spring 2022. 

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