Smiffys adds The Rocky Horror Show to portfolio

Smiffys and Golden Goose are set to launch their debut collection of Rocky Horror Show costumes and accessories this Halloween.

The range features iconic characters from the show, with coordinating character wigs. Designed with attention to detail, the Frank N Furter, Riff Raff and Magenta outfits are a perfect celebration of the show’s 50th anniversary.

Dominique Peckett, director at Smiffys, commented: “’I’ll tell you once, I won’t tell you twice’, the excitement around this launch is huge – we’ve had an amazing response to the collection so far. We can’t wait to see the new Rocky Horror Show costume range launch this Halloween, and to have this iconic licence as part of our acclaimed collection.”

Robyn, brand director of Rocky Horror Show, added: “Golden Goose are super excited to see the new Rocky Horror Show costume range from Smiffys launch this Halloween and roll out. Smiffys’ design team and our PD experts have worked tirelessly to ensure that they have captured the essence of each character and they’re spot on.

“People can buy individual elements or get the whole outfits, leaving the freedom of self-expression at the heart of these products, in-line with our brand values. It’s also been really important to us that there’s an inclusive range of sizes available, giving more people a chance to portray their true authentic selves in a Rocky Horror way.”

The range will be featured on the Golden Goose stand at BLE in October, and is available to preorder now for the Halloween season.

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