Crunchyroll Launches PERSONA5 Streetwear ​Collection​

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PERSONA5 Streetwear Collection

Just in time for the holidays, Crunchyroll Loves is introducing a specially-designed PERSONA5 streetwear collection for fans of PERSONA5 the Animation. The series follows a group of friends who call themselves the “Phantom Thieves of Hearts.”

This limited-edition PERSONA5 streetwear collection, available exclusively through the Crunchyroll Store, will help you awaken your persona and defeat the shadows, including:

One black hoodie featuring Futaba Sakura and red accents

One black anorak emblazoned with the show logo and the Phantom Thieves logo

One black long sleeve tee featuring the mysterious Morgana

One acid-wash long sleeve tee featuring founding Phantom Thieves member Ann Takamaki

One black tee featuring the Persona 5 protagonist

One black and white striped tee with an embroidered Morgana patch

PERSONA5 the Animation is available to stream now on Crunchyroll. The series is based on the beloved and critically acclaimed video game title.

Crunchyroll Loves is the in-house streetwear label of Crunchyroll, the global anime brand with previous collaborations including JUJUTSU KAISEN, GODZILLA, Mob Psycho 100, Junji Ito, and more.

About Crunchyroll:

Crunchyroll connects anime and manga fans across 200+ countries and territories through the content they love. Best known as a top streaming service delivering AVOD and SVOD content, Crunchyroll also provides experiences to deepen fan engagement and community through social events, games, consumer products, content distribution, content creation, and manga publishing. Fans have access to the largest collection of licensed anime through Crunchyroll, Anime Digital Network (in partnership with Citel, a subsidiary of Média-Participations), and Anime on Demand streaming services, translated in multiple languages for viewers worldwide. Viewers can also access simulcasts — top series available immediately after Japanese broadcast. Crunchyroll’s services also extend to licensing of theatrical, TV, home video, and consumer products.

 


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