23rd Aug 2018
Today is a great day for 90’s kids everywhere. Our favourite online retailer has teamed up with our favourite cartoon to grace us with a fashion collection that is the ultimate in throwback style. The brand new ASOS x Simpsons collection has just been released, featuring pieces in menswear, womenswear, curve, plus size and unisex.
Celebrating the Simpsons’ reign as TV’s longest-running primetime scripted show in history, the streetwear collection features appearances from all our favourite characters, including Lisa, Bart, Patty & Selma and so many more. Over on ASOS, you’ll find the fluffy Springfield clouds laid over on-trend faded denim; Lisa-shaped gold hoop earrings; Patty & Selma knitted jumpers and plenty of yellow-skinned prints on everything from swimwear to tote bags.
While the Simpsons are still proudly on the air and have even announced plans for a second movie, nostalgia is the name of the game when it comes to this collection. Featuring motifs from the show’s early years, the pieces are distinctly 90’s in style – oversized jumpers, denim co-ords and bucket hats all make welcome appearances.
We also love how ASOS are consistently ahead of the pack when it comes to diversity and inclusivity in their collections; both with clothes and models. The online retail giants have previously featured models in wheelchairs, as well as models of different sizes in the same clothes to give a realistic view of the fit. Their latest drop is no different – the Simpsons collab features curve, plus size and unisex items, and the models used are presented in all their non-Photoshopped glory – stretch marks and cellulite included.
Check out our pick of the best pieces below, but be quick – they’re selling out fast.
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