Animal Crossing: New Horizons Fashion Brand Partnerships Revealed
With the coronavirus pandemic keeping people from seeing their friends and going to major events in the real world, many have looked to the newly released Animal Crossing: New Horizons as a substitute for such activities. Weddings and graduations have been held in-game due to them being impossible in real life, and Tinder dates have reportedly seen Animal Crossing become a hot spot dating location. Fashion shows are also on a hold in the real world for now, but luckily, major fashion brands are finding ways to show off their latest designs by becoming Animal Crossing: New Horizons fashion brand partners.
— Marc Jacobs (@marcjacobs) May 2, 2020
Designer fashion label Marc Jacobs recently announced their Animal Crossing: New Horizons fashion brand partnership on their official Twitter account. Marc Jacobs partnered with the Animal Crossing Fashion Archive Instagram account to recreate some of their latest trendy designs in-game, and shared the photos of these on social media. Photos of villagers wearing these clothes were shared, as were the codes needed for players to wear the designs on their own islands themselves.
— Valentino (@MaisonValentino) May 3, 2020
Not to be outdone, fashion label Maison Valentino also went the route of having their designer fashions represented in the game as well, with them sharing the design codes for players to use. While Valentino and Marc Jacobs may not be able to have models present their fashion styles on runways any time soon, they can still let Animal Crossing villagers work it and strut their stuff in ways that would make Blathers blush.
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