Hot Topic and Torrid, have revealed a limited edition Doctor Who Fashion Collection just in time for the holiday season and the upcoming Christmas episode (with River Song!).What I love about the Hot Topic brand is that these days, they produce most of their women’s fashion across a range of sizes–so most of the pieces below can be found from size small to 3x, which makes me incredibly happy. I really, really want the TARDIS cardigan, if anyone was wondering what to get me for Christmas. Enjoy my favorite pieces below, and visit the websites for more information.
Press Release: Los Angeles, Calif. – December 4, 2015 – Hot Topic announced today its latest pop culture collaboration – a limited-edition fashion collection inspired by BBC AMERICA’s hit sci-fi television series Doctor Who. The 9-piece collection will be available exclusively at select Hot Topic stores and online starting December 4th, and features a line-up of stylish dresses, knits and outerwear.
“Hot Topic is a company full of Whovians, so we are more than excited to debut this amazing Doctor Who fashion line for the holidays,” said Cindy Levitt, Senior Vice President of Merchandising and Marketing at Hot Topic. “From the TARDIS dress to the Fourth Doctor striped cardigan, we know devoted fans will be thrilled with the level of detail and love for the Doctor Who series we put into this beautiful collection.”
The Hot Topic exclusive fashion collection consists of stylish dresses, knits and outerwear for women inspired by popular characters and iconic items from the world of Doctor Who. Each piece features distinctive details such as Sonic Screwdriver and TARDIS prints, embroidered gears, pinstripes and bow ties. The Doctor Who fashion collection ranges from $48-$90 and all styles are also offered in plus sizes on hottopic.com and torrid.com.
In addition to the fashion collection, Hot Topic will offer a wide range of Doctor Who officially licensed merchandise for men and women, including Doctor Who tees, accessories, gifts and more.
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