One Piece fans can dress up as stylish Straw Hat pirates with the latest streetwear collaboration from Cloud9 eSports, along with a promotional video released ahead of the temporary collaboration time in Los Angeles.
Hot on the heels of the live-action manga adaptation on Netflix, the major esports company – especially known for its League of Legends division – has announced the launch of a streetwear collection alongside a promotional trailer on X (formerly Twitter). The collaboration features a variety of casual apparel that primarily features One Piece characters and iconography printed in the anime’s default color theme. Although the collection is heavily inspired by One Piece, the designs are still very accessible as casual, everyday streetwear. All items will be sold online starting December 9th with a pop-up store launch event the same day in Venice, CA, taking place from 11am to 7pm (PT).
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The collabs function as one-piece ensembles, with each outfit featuring embroidery, patches, and prints in a variety of sizes. In addition to One Piece’s skull and crossbones variations, members of the Straw Hat Pirates are featured prominently in many works, so die-hard fans of Usopp, Sanji, Nami, and even Chopper All have pants or shirts to combine with everyday outfits. The fandom caused an uproar on X with an extremely positive reception. Cloud9’s collaborative merchandise is managed in the same way as many of Uniqlo’s anime franchise partners, most recently with Attack on Titan.
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The One Piece series’ sense of comfort and adventure makes it especially suitable for casual apparel partnerships. California-based streetwear brand The Hundreds has also previously released its own clothing line inspired by characters from the manga and anime series. Japanese watch manufacturer Seiko is even raising the bar, launching the Monkey D. Luffy Gear 5 watch collection in celebration of the franchise’s 25th anniversary next year. As a result, One Piece has expanded beyond the borders of the manga and anime worlds, with the characters now iconic and accessible through toys, novelty items, clothing, and games. play game.
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One Piece debuted in 1997 as a Shonen Jump manga series. Its engaging story and lovable characters quickly attracted the attention of a wide audience, and the ongoing series remains one of Shonen Jump’s top titles. In 1999, the manga was adapted into an anime and still has a huge following with over 1,000 episodes. The franchise broke new ground and entered the global mainstream with a well-received live-action adaptation from Netflix. That show introduced One Piece to new audiences, who in turn were inspired to see the fuller stories in the manga and anime.
Season 1 of the One Piece live-action adaptation is now streaming on Netflix. The show has been confirmed for another season, pending a release date. The One Piece anime is currently available to stream on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Netflix, while the manga is available in English on VIZ Media.
Source: Cloud9 via X (formerly Twitter)