Nintendo, Levi’s and their new clothing collection
It is a round day for the company led by Shuntaro Furukawa. The Japanese company Nintendo announced a few hours ago that it had closed an agreement with LEGO for a new product line from its catalog called LEGO Super Mario and now it is back on everyone’s lips with something even more unexpected: a clothes collection.
The Japanese house has partnered with the Levi’s brand to launch several clothes with Mario as the protagonist. This has been announced in the official account of the fashion firm, on Twitter, where they have taken the opportunity to congratulate everyone on March 10 and have shown the first photos of the collection:
– Levi’s® (@LEVIS) March 10, 2020
And why does Levi’s celebrate today? Because March 10 is considered the Mario’s day, which is why the date of the announcement has been chosen today. As you can read in the tweet, we also have an availability date. From April 1 the collection of clothes (which we do not know if it is formed by everything that is seen in these first images or there will be more clothes) will be available for purchase.
The distribution It is also a mystery right now. We do not know if the date provided includes only the US market or if in other regions such as UK We can access the same day to buy the Super Mario jacket or pants. The prices also shine because of their absence at this time, so it is time to be patient until Levi’s provides more information about this special judo air collaboration.
Nintendo also with LEGO
As we mentioned before, Levi’s is not the only collaboration of the day. Nintendo has also signed an agreement with LEGO for which we have already told you that it will be baptized as the line LEGO Super Mario. Unlike the fashion brand, the brick company has not wanted to teach us much and the preview is a closed plan of the front of a Mario LEGO doll that can not even be seen completely.
– LEGO (@LEGO_Group) March 10, 2020
We do not have it either date In this case (not even a type of distribution: is it a special edition or a fixed collection?), so the launch of this family of such special figures is at the moment a mystery.
It is clear that if Nintendo wanted to celebrate Mario’s day by law, he could not have done it better. Happy day, nintenderos.