Evangelion Is Teaming Up With Anna Sui For Fashion Items In Japan

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Over the years, Evangelion has done all sorts of collaborations, but its latest with fashion designer Anna Sui is one of the more interesting.

The brand is releasing a handful of items for Japan, including t-shirts, bags, wallets, hand towels, and more—12 items in all. Anna Sui’s style really suits the look of Evangelion, don’t you think?

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Pre-orders start in Japan this week, and the items are scheduled for shipping next month. No word about an international release for any of these goods.

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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DISCUSSION

Its really weird that a depressing show about broken people learning how to live together(with Robots) has become a cultural juggernaut in Japan.

I tried to rewatch the show during quarantine and it was to depressing to watch during the hell of 2020