Forever 21 x The Simpsons

Fashion / Television / TV / October 16, 2014

The Simpsons are a stone-cold piece of pop culture history, and now they’re being immortalized in the form of a Forever 21 clothing line.

After collaborations with cosmetics company  MAC and retailer H&M, America’s favorite family will be featured in a sixteen-piece collection for Forever 21.

Influenced strongly by nineties fashion, the era when the Simpsons came to prominence (and had a ten-year streak of near-perfect episodes), the collection will feature everything from lounge wear to crop tops.

With prices starting from $14.90, the line is set to be as accessible as the show.

Due out on October 16, the clothes will feature likenesses of the famous family in various guises.

In an interview with WWD, Jeffery Godsick, head of 20th Century Fox Consumer Products,  described the line as a “combination of classic animation” and “trendy Nineties streetwear.”

Shop the entire collection below:

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Louise MacGregor
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Louise is a freelance pop culture and lifestyle writer with a life-threatening obsession with television. She talks about every TV over at The Cutprice Guignol, and edits and writes for modern music blog The Cutprice Jukebox, as well as publishing poetry in a number of international journals. She can generally be found watching horror movies, wearing ill-advised hats, and trying to find her cat. @thecutpriceguignol. Follow her on Twitter @thecutpriceguignol.




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