’The Batman’ Trailer”), and it spans a wide array of product types and target markets, from fashion items from Lanvin and EleVen by Venus Williams to core merch licensees including McFarlane and Funko.
In a tie-up with department store retailer Saks Fifth Avenue, the chain’s flagship store in New York will have custom window displays and a pop-up shop featuring fashion, beauty, toy and collectible items beginning March 2 (and online March 15). The Lanvin line was introduced on the runway during Paris Fashion Week. The Curbs sneakers from Lanvin are a long way from the Batman and Joker Converse high-tops introduced in conjunction with the first Batman movie in 1989.
Other licensees include Curhartt (coats, etc.), TomboyX (t-shirts and underwear), House of Sillage (beauty products), Emilie Heathe (nail polish), Dr. Squatch (soaps), Puma, Boxlunch, Fast Track, Accessory Innovation, Manly Bands, Pull & Bear, Global Junk Brands, Mobyfox, Zara Fossil, Kross Studio, Spin Master, Rubies, Lego, and Hot Wheels. A limited edition The Batman Oreo cookie package and embossed cookie logo is also planned.
There’s a range of Funko and McFarlane products out in the coming weeks, and then more around and after the release of the movie.
Click Gallery below for a sample of products from Lanvin, EleVen by Venus Williams, House of Sillage, McFarlane, and Funko!
From Lanvin and EleVen by Venus Williams to McFarlane (With Gallery)
Posted by Milton Griepp on January 11, 2022 @ 4:03 am CT
Releases for Both Will Wrap Up Over the Course of 2022
January 20, 2022
IDW Publishing's releases based on both properties will wrap up by the end of 2022.