Pokémon is a franchise worldwide known for having great success in the field of video games and even in the field of anime. However, did you know that it also has great popularity in the fashion in Japan?
To give you a slight idea of how high is the fervor of the Japanese regarding Pokémon clothes, just a week ago the Gu brand launched a line of robes, pajamas and XL shirts with designs of Pikachu, Clefairy, Eevee, Mew and Jigglypuff.
And now the brand Peach john She has followed suit with an adorable collection of Pokémon lingerie and pajamas. Look, look, you're going to hallucinate!
The new Pokémon lingerie collection
Lingerie brand Peach John has partnered with Nintendo to launch a curious women's clothing collection which they have called «Pokémon Girls» in which we see the cutest and most ador able creatures in the Pokémon universe.
In this top bra we see one of the most popular and beloved Pokémon by fans, Pikachu, performing all kinds of facial expressions:
Of course, the set also comes with its matching panties:
Next up, Peach John has also introduced this slightly less childish set whose design subtly shows us the Pokémon creature Sylveon. A pink outfit with lace, bows and blue braces that costs 2,980 yen, about 25 euros.
Eevee also appears in the form of a delicate seam in this lingerie set for 3,980 Japanese yen, about 34 euros:
Peach John's Pokémon pajamas
However, as previously indicated, Peach John's new "Pokémon Girls" collection not only features lingerie. They have also launched a series of girls pajamas.
This elegant pink pajamas with long pants seems especially designed for the spring season in Japan. It has a white bow at the bottom and Pokémon Jigglypuff motifs, a set that costs 34 euros to change.
And finally, another pajama – this time with shorts – with drawings of Poké Ball:
The new Peach John collection will be available in stores and on-line from May 7.
It is not the first time – and probably not the last time – that a clothing brand partners with a video game company to launch a new collection of clothing. In fact, a matter of a week ago we could see how the Japanese brand Uniqlo teamed up with Nintendo to present a special line of Super Mario shirts to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the video game character.
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