You're Going to Want Every Piece in Jimmy Choo's 'Sailor Moon' Collection
It's just as adorable and fashionable as the anime series itself, which turns 30 (!!!) this year.
Jimmy Choo's first major collaboration of the year might just be its most iconic.
The British footwear brand announced a collection with "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon," in honor of the beloved animation series' 30th anniversary.
Inspired by shojo manga (girl's comics), the made-to-order capsule features a selection of statement footwear and dazzling accessories modeled after key characters — like Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Venus, as well as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon herself and her sidekick, Luna the cat — created by Naoko Takeuchi, reinterpreted by Jimmy Choo's Sandra Choi.
There are five shoe styles: knee-high Swarovski-studded pink Sailor Moon boots, ruby red Sailor Mars patent pumps, chunky green leather Sailor Jupiter lace-ups, glossy blue Sailor Mercury ankle boots and orange satin Sailor Venus platforms. There's also a One Varenne Quad miniature purse embellished with black-and-white illustrations of Sailor Moon and her love interest, Tuxedo Kamen.
"Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is a unique global phenomenon – a manga and anime that resonates, bridging cultures and languages, speaking to different generations and bringing us all together. That's what drew me to this project," Choi said, in a press release. "This collaboration underscores our shared values not just of female empowerment, but for fashion’s ability to inspire inclusivity and individuality through personality and self-belief."
Takeuchi added: "I'm extremely happy that the characters and stories that came from my imagination are now loved by many people around the world. What has always been truly important to me is the youthful, pure imagination and power of the young girls. I believe that the Jimmy Choo brand also has these qualities. It's a cool brand that I love."
The Jimmy Choo x Sailor Moon collection will be available for purchase starting on Feb. 14 on JimmyChoo.com. They'll also be on display at week-long pop-ups at Isetan in Tokyo, Selfridges in London and China World Mall in Beijing, as well as in select Jimmy Choo stores worldwide.
See the pieces below.
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