Stranger Things fans will be able to turn their fashion game “upside down” with BlackMilk’s latest capsule collection, featuring monsters and icons from the hit television series.
Following on from its Squid Game collaboration in 2021, BlackMilk has once again teamed up with Netflix to celebrate Stranger Things’ epic fourth season with clothing that captures the show’s ghoulish monsters and totally rad ’80s charm.
The 14-piece collection features imagery of the well-known Demogorgon along with new monster the Demobat, alongside iconography related to the Hellfire Club, Hawkins High’s DnD club that is central to much of the events of season four.
Stranger Things x BlackMilk will be available for purchase at 7am (AEST) June 21, and the full collection can now be previewed on the BlackMilk website.
Fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra will be able to showcase their love for the two hit animated series with BlackMilk Clothing’s latest collection.
BlackMilk Clothing is well known for its unique licensed collaborations, and is excited to work with Nickelodeon for the first time on bringing these beloved stories to life on a huge variety of styles, including dresses, leggings, overalls, jackets, accessories and unisex pieces.
Stand-out styles in the 43-piece collection include overalls featuring beloved sky bison Appa with a unique bison horn detail on the straps, plus glow-in-the-dark tees and uniquely shaped hoodies featuring each of the Avatar world’s elemental tribes. Alongside BlackMilk’s signature bold printed styles, the collection includes designer pieces made with specially created flocked, burned velvet and foil fabrics featuring element motifs – perfect for those who want a more subtle nod to the series.
Avatar x BlackMilk will be available for purchase at 7am (AEST) 31 May. The collection lookbook can now be viewed on the BlackMilk website.
BlackMilk Clothing’s latest collaboration is a celebration of childhood nostalgia that is sure to get customers right in the feels.
Fans will be able to revisit their childhood memories with dresses, overalls, tops, active wear and accessories featuring their favourite Care Bears, including Care-A-Lot Bear, a brand-new bear designed especially for Care Bears’ 40th anniversary.
Stand-out styles in the 36-piece collection include faux fur ‘teddy’ jackets with bear-ear hoods in the colours and motifs of five favourite Care Bears: Cheer Bear, Funshine Bear, Good Luck Bear, Tenderheart Bear and Bedtime Bear.
Care Bears x BlackMilk will be available for purchase at 7am (AEST) 22 March. The collection lookbook can now be viewed on the BlackMilk website.
The clothing specialist, BlackMilk is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Pokémon this year with a second collection of clothing featuring some of the franchise’s best-loved characters.
The new range launches following the success of its first ‘hugely popular’ Pokémon collection, released back in June 2020, that went on to prompt a restocking of the entire collection due to customer demand. It was only inevitable that BlackMilk would be looking to emulate the success with a new selection in the brand’s anniversary year.
Pokémon fans will be able to shop from a range of nearly 50 pieces featuring BlackMilk’s signature bold prints as well as specially designed Pokémon-themed fabrics. As Pokémon celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, the new Pokémon collection from BlackMilk will feature the iconic Pikachu, the first partner Pokémon from the various regions in the Pokémon universe, and other fan favourites such as Eevee, Snorlax, Psyduck, and Jigglypuff.
The collection will be available to shop online via BlackMilk Clothing’s website from 7am (AEST), March 2nd 2021.
Just this week, The Pokémon Company cited significant increases in sales of its Trading Card Game and Jazwares toy line over the course of 2020, driven by a surging popularity of the 25 year old entertainment franchise. Licensing partners of The Pokémon Company, including the likes of board gaming giant Asmodee, have earmarked the year ahead as the year for Pokémon, as the brand continues to roll out anniversary-focused products and partnerships.