Wonder Woman Fashion Line Revealed To Tie In With New Movie

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Warner Bros. Consumer Products has announced a brand new Wonder Woman fashion line to tie in with the upcoming release of the brand new movie, the first full length motion picture for the 75 year old iconic character.

Claiming designs from 'world-renowned fashion house icons, Warners, in partnership with DC Entertainment, promise a collection that will be accessible in the boardroom to the gym, as well as apparently pieces for male fans of the character too, from Hero Within and Ukonic.

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Chief Creative Officer for Warner Bros. Consumer Products Soo Koo said in a statement,

"Wonder Woman has always empowered fans by embodying what it is to be powerful, confident and heroic, while also expressing her grace, compassion and femininity – in her upcoming feature film and for the last 75 years. With fashion as a daily form of self-expression, we're thrilled to bring together some of the most well-known and exciting designers in the world to create a diverse collection of high-end collaborations and street-ready apparel and accessories for fashion devotees, casual shoppers and everyone in between."

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The line, which seems to include the Her Universe Wonder Woman line we reported on almost a week ago, will also include Prêt-à-porter pieces from legendary designers such as Louis Vuitton, Versace and Givenchy – which will see proceeds going to the LemLem Foundation, who improve access to healthcare and economic opportunities for African women. Koo adds,

"We're delighted and honored to be working closely with such world-renowned fashion designers to celebrate Wonder Woman and the inspiration she brings to all couture corners of the world for these exclusive collaborations."

 

 

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