Kirby

This Kirby-Themed Harajuku Fashion Line Is a Must Have Look for Spring 2017

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably lived your whole life shadowed by the thought “When is there going to be a legitimately solid line of Kirby-themed clothing?”. Fortunately enough for everyone, Japanese fashion company YUMMY MART may have just answered that calling. In an announcement that went live today, the Peach John-owned fashion label may have just shared what could be the must-have Spring looks for 2017.

Set to release in the Harajuku-located YUMMY MART store on April 22, 2017, and online on April 26, the collection includes six original Kirby-themed pieces. In celebration of everyone’s favorite pink friends’ 25th anniversary this year, we’ve seen a wide range of releases, but this one is probably my favorite by far. The range will consist of a selection of a mini one-pi, a clear rucksack, a bustier set, a pair of pajamas, an eye mask, and panties. You can take a peek at the full look below:

© Nintendo / HAL Laboratory, Inc. // Kirby Mini One-Pi Shirt & Pajamas + Rucksack
© Nintendo / HAL Laboratory, Inc. // Kirby Bustier & Panties
© Nintendo / HAL Laboratory, Inc. // Eye Mask & Panties

Details:

Title: Kirby × YUMMY MART
Release Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017 (Online Sale: April 26, 2017)
Handling: YUMMY MART Harajuku Store
Price:

  • Mini One-Pi (3,980 yen + tax)
  • Pajamas (5,980 yen + tax)
  • Bustier Set (4,980 yen + tax)
  • Panties (1,680 yen + tax)
  • Eye Mask (1, 680 yen + tax)
  • Rucksack (3,980 yen + tax)

It’s an absolutely killer look that we can see dominating the streets of Harajuku in no time. The bright pink colorway, combined aptly with Kirby’s signature style makes for some seriously great looks. You’ll be able to pick up the full collection online on the 26th of April via the official YUMMY MART website, here. For those of you interested in visiting the brands flagship Harajuku location, you can find it in the Laforet building, about 2 minutes from the station.

Lachlan Johnston

<p>Editor in Chief at OTAQUEST. Doing everything I can to help promote the things I enjoy the most here in Japan. Currently living in Tokyo.</p>