Just in time for the summer (July) release of “Stranger Things” season 3, fashion retailer H&M offers a cool line of related threads. Just as the smash Netflix series does, these new summer selections carry an eighties vibe.
From Demogorgon prints to Hawkins pool prints, H&M pays perfect tribute to the eerie, yet nostalgic spooky series. In addition to shirts, shorts and swimwear, shades and shoes join the themed collection.
As fans of Netflix’s original creepy cool series eagerly await the arrival of season 3 this summer, famous fashion from H&M offers up a new line of clothing inspired by the show.
Famous brand brings “Stranger Things” star to the scene
“In collaboration with Netflix, H&M has created a Stranger Things collection full of 80s nostalgia, dreamy summer styles — and replicas of pieces worn by the hit show’s characters.” – H&M Magazine
Fans will recognize series star Dacre Montgomery (Billy Hargrove) modeling items from the collection.
Stranger things to wear
From subtle to “Stranger Things” logo items, H&M has something fiendishly fun for all fans of the show. Perfectly planned for enjoying summer fun, these eighties inspired items are set to arrive this May.
Swimwear “Stranger Things” style
Hawkins Community Pool receives representation.
Straight from the Upside-down, dangerous Demogorgon monsters hide in plain sight, appearing like flowers in this two-piece.
Guys have two styles of swim trunks to choose from: Hawkins Pool or Demegorgon print.
Demogorgon print resort shirts and t-shirts arrive in a fearsome floral-like print.
Hawkins and series-branded tee shirts and shorts are perfect for beach and pool play.
Other Stranger Things (accessories)
Comfortable logo pool shoes keep things casual
Hats, Sunglasses and even a pool whistle round out the collection.
H&M’s “Stranger Things” summer selections creep out of the upside down and into stores on May 23rd. The entire collection should also be available online.
“Stranger Things” season three becomes binge-worthy via Netflix on Thursday, July 4, 2019.
Source and images: H&M Magazine