Star Wars fans can now dress up in an authentic collection of fashion inspired by the Battle of Endor, the climactic battle from Return of the Jedi.
The latest partnership is with the Texas-based Heroes & Villains premium apparel and accessories label which creates pieces designed to act as “an experiential extension of the fandom world”.
Star Wars has inspired brand collaborations with all sorts of brands over the years – in the last 12 months we have covered a jacket from outdoor wear specialist Columbia, and a limited edition collection of figurines from Swarovski.
Heroes & Villains launched the 26-piece Star Wars Endor Collection at San Diego Comic-Con this month, with each ready-to-wear piece inspired by moments in the film so fans across the spectrum can bring the Star Wars galaxy to life.
The collection includes backpacks, handbags, jackets, hats, wallets and keychains.
“Our collection embodies bold, daring designs that redefine personal expression,” said Doug Johnson, creative director at Heroes & Villains. “The Battle of Endor is a fan favorite and allowed us to create a range of functional clothing and accessories we hope all Star Wars fans will appreciate.”
Items from the collection can be ordered online, with prices ranging from US$8 to $100.
Here’s a video of how Heroes & Villains created the Star Wars Endor collection:
Heroes & Villains is owned by Bioworld, which specialises in creating licensed collections of iconic pop-culture brands.