Le Creuset has partnered with Star Wars for a collaboration that is sure to cause a disturbance in the Force. Coming November 1st.
The famous French cookware maker will introduce a series of Star Wars themed products.
Le Creuset is no stranger to brand collaborations, although these are usually less buzz worthy. And boy does that Star Wars collection looks good. Fans will appreciate the announcement video too, in line with any good Star Wars teaser.
Introducing the @starwars x Le Creuset Collection, available for purchase November 1st exclusively at select Le Creuset boutique stores, online, and from @yuppiechef. Sign up to our newsletter to be notified when #StarWarsXLeCreuset goes live: https://t.co/I9ErhIUmoI pic.twitter.com/RLL8z28TN2
— LeCreusetSA (@LeCreusetSA) October 4, 2019
The collection includes the brand’s most famous cookware pieces, such as DROID mini-cocottes, a beautiful Darth Vader round Dutch oven and a surprisingly disturbing Han Solo, Carbonite Signature Roaster, which will set you back $450.
But even at $450, the Han Solo roaster isn’t even the most expensive item in the collection.
A beautiful hand-made Tatooine round Dutch oven is the masterpiece you have been looking for. For $900 you can get your hands on one of only four pieces that will be sold in the US. It comes with a promise from Le Creuset: “Our Dutch oven promises an end result that’s anything but dry — unlike the sun-scorched lands of Tatooine.”
Check out the entire collection below, and head over to lecreuset.com/star-wars for more info on availability and pricing.
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