D'oh! The Simpsons are looking pretty fly with a new fashion collection


By AGENCY
  • Style
  • Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020

Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie make up one of television's most iconic families. Now, they're getting their own fashion collection. Photo: AFP

A very famous television family is getting their own line of ready-to-wear, shoes, and accessories. No, not the Kardashians... the Simpsons.

The beloved characters will be gracing iconic items from Vans, with an expected release in stores and online from August 7,2020.

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Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie have been the preferred middle-class family of Americans, and the rest of the world, for over 30 years, thanks to adventures that are as funny as they are critical of life in the US.

Each member of the family can be found on the collection's sneakers, from the Sk8-hi to the Chukka Pro for men and the Old Skool, the Era, and the Slip-on Pro.

The collection comprise colourful and cheerful designs. Photo: AFPThe collection comprise colourful and cheerful designs. Photo: AFP

The Simpsons also appear together as a family on certain shoes and pieces from the ready-to-wear collection like hoodies or T-shirts.

Some models are dedicated to individual characters such as the purple sweater bearing the slogan “Lisa Simpson for President” or the long-sleeved T-shirt featuring “El Barto”, one of Bart's alter egos, who seems to be running away, spray can in hand.

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A backpack, cap, checkerboard bucket hat and socks round out the collection.

The Simpsons family are not the only ones from the animated series to find a place in this capsule collection though, as Moe, the Bouvier sisters and even Scratchy make appearances. – AFP Relaxnews

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