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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