Instead of catching ghosts, the icons in streetwear and ghost hunting will be capturing the hearts of fashionistas and geeks alike.
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Remember those days you’d run around the living room with mum’s vacuum cleaner pretending it was a proton pack? That’s right, thank the Ghostbusters for that.
The iconic sci-fi production altered, boosted and amplified our imaginations, quite effectively taking away fear of the supernatural.
Wait, it’s been more than 35 years since the first Ghostbusters?
It’s timeless effect on pop culture sees no age. The first movie came out in 1984 and the second in 1989. If you’re not including the excellent remake in 2016, the third installment, aptly named Ghostbusters: Afterlife, will be out in November 2021 with some characters reprising their original roles.
Look good, feel good
Now you can show off your fandom and watch the latest movie decked out in some awesome threads with Malaysia’s Pestle Mortar Clothing (PMC) x Ghostbusters collection.
The collaboration brings everything you would expect from the two icons in clothing and film.
The much anticipated team-up draws plenty of references from the classic movie, including 15 different products donning designs of the ghost trap, Ectomobile, and of course its trademark No-Ghost sign.
And get this, there’s even a jacket design to give you that realistic feel of busting ghosts in New York City!
Excited yet? The PMC x Ghostbusters collection drops on 27th May 2021 via the Pestle & Mortar Clothing website.
This will be the latest in the series of PMC collaborations having previously done one with KFC – which might we remind you felt like a literal “take what you like right now because in 2 seconds they won’t have your size” at the launch.
So set your calendars, make sure you’ve got a great Internet connection, and get those fingers ready to snap up some Ghostbusters merchandise real fast before they ghost away!
Former advertising mad woman - turned mother to an amazing little girl born 3 months early - and now a returned writer. Also a textbook ambivert with no clue about today's pop music but a walking encyclopedia of music from the 80s and 90s.