Continuing the enduring initiatives developed by the popular streaming platform with a clear goal of being a name in the fashion world, Netflix has joined forces with Bershka, a young fashion company of Spain’s Inditex Group, in developing a collection inspired by the popular Korean series The Squid Game. Another huge mass phenomenon, on a global scale, which ended up starring Netflix in one of its productions.
Consisting of a variety of men’s and women’s clothing, all inspired by motifs and items from the nine episodes featuring only the first season of the series, at present, the collection consists of several models of a hooded sweatshirt (€29.99) and a long-sleeved shirt. (19.99€) and different designs for short-sleeved shirts (15.99€), which we will also find illustrated with different motifs from the series, including a single front illustration of the doll appearing in the Squid Game.
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On the part of Netflix, this was not the only measure in this regard that they developed in order to exploit the huge interest generated by the Korean production. In this sense, you can find, in its recently launched official online store, a good number of other Squid-inspired items, such as various Funko Pop dolls, also available for international shipments, as well as a large number of clothing items, at the moment – And we don’t know if they will ever be – unavailable for shipping outside the US to countries like Spain.
Far from being punctuated, the procedure that Netflix developed in collaboration, now, with Bershka, the American multinational broadcasting company, has, for some time, demonstrated its interest in expanding into the field of fashion, by developing intimate collections. For some of his biggest songs. A diversification of its business model opened by the multinational to embrace the success of Halston, which did not hesitate to give continuity through actions like this, to the permanent clothing collections it hosted from its new official online store, or through the ones I was doing, a few months ago Only, with Balmain. A French fashion company included in its catalog watching it through a documentary starring Olivier Rousteing, creative director of the famous Parisian fashion house, who was later invited to participate in the feature film “Harder will the Fall” by designing some clothes for the movie. A collaboration that ended up opening the door to the creation of a limited-edition capsule collection, inspired by the movie itself, Netflix x Balmain.
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