Loewe's Collaboration With Cult Classic 'My Neighbor Totoro' Is Here
Ready-to-wear pieces and accessories feature the classic characters from the popular film.
Loewe's Jonathan Anderson is bringing My Neighbor Totoro into the world of fashion. Over the weekend, the brand announced its upcoming collaboration with the 1988 cult classic film, a collection of ready-to-wear pieces and leather accessories inspired by the animated movie and its beloved characters.
"There is a natural longing for heartwarming feelings right now," Anderson said in an official statement to Dazed. "When I think of a movie that affords me that kind of solace, speaking just as directly to a child as it does to an adult, that movie is My Neighbor Totoro."
The collection features images from the film and includes T-shirts, hoodies, and the brand's signature handbags featuring Totoro and Susuwatari (the wide-eyed soot sprites or dust bunnies). Other pieces include a leather biker jacket, an oversized collared blouse, and a knit sweater adorned with the film's titular character.
"The message is one of dreamy serenity and hands-on creativity — of being at one with nature and with one’s own inner child — which is especially important right now and, I think, always will be," Anderson continued.
The collaboration, ranging in price from $350 for a leather cardholder to $9,050 for a black biker jacket, is now officially available online. See more photos of Loewe x My Neighbor Totoro, below.
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