Show and Netflix-branded merchandise is now available on a new digital storefront – at least in the US for now.
Ever watched a series, fell in love with an item in a scene… and wondered why on earth you had to do your own research to find out where to buy it – or IF it’s even something you can buy in the first place? For example, you might be watching The Queen’s Gambit and wonder where you can buy that sexy chessboard!
“We’re thrilled to give fans a new way to connect with their favorite stories, and to introduce them to the next wave of artists and designers who embrace the power of storytelling in all its forms,” explains Josh Simon, VP of Consumer Products at Netflix.
From streetwear and action figures based on anime series Yasuke and Eden to limited-edition apparel and decorative items inspired by Lupin in collaboration with the Musée du Louvre. Limited-edition items and exclusive products inspired by the platform’s popular series and films are also in the making – for fans of The Witcher and Stranger Things for example.
For its inaugural launch last week, Netflix.shop showcased a collection of anime-inspired collectibles from up-and-coming designers: Jordan Bentley presenting his vision for the Hypeland x Yasuke collaboration; digital sorceress Nathalie Nguyen creating for Eden and Yasuke; and Kristopher Kites, drawing inspiration from his lifetime love of anime to launch his line of jewelry and collectibles.
Price tags, for now, range between $30 USD to $135 USD. Unfortunately, the store is only open in the US for the moment, so everyone else will have to wait for a few months.
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