Moschino is becoming known for sending bizarre collections down the runway, meshing interesting aspects of culture with fashion. The brand's creative director, Jeremy Scott, has designed pieces based on fast food chain McDonald's, cartoon character SpongeBob and, most recently, Barbie. But it's not stopping there. Now, Moschino has partnered with Nintendo to unveil "Super Moschino," a set of t-shirts, sweaters and leather accessories that use Super Mario characters as the subject.
Nintendo says the Moschino collection, which includes backpacks, bags, belts and wallets, was created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. -- the video game that paved the way for a legendary entertainment franchise. These items will be available starting this Saturday, December 5th, via Moschino's online store, as well as its boutiques in Los Angeles, Milan, New York City and Rome, and some of "the most prestigious" retailers across the world.