Star Wars is one of the most iconic and influential franchises in the history of cinema and pop culture. Since its debut in 1977, it has spawned countless sequels, spin-offs, video games, comics, toys, and merchandise. But Star Wars is not just a movie series, it is also a brand that has collaborated with many other brands across different industries and sectors. In this blog post, we will explore some of the most interesting and creative collaborations between Star Wars and various brands, from sneakers to apparel, accessories and collectibles. The Force Is Strong With These Star Wars Collaborations.

Stussy x Medicom x Star Wars

A collaboration between Medicom Toy, Stussy and Star Wars resulted in a new Bearbrick design inspired by Darth Vader. The iconic villain of the galaxy came in a medium 400% scale, along with a chain necklace with Stussy’s logo. Along with the toy, Stussy created a limited edition t-shirt. At the front it featured the phrase “You Don’t Know The Power Of The Dark Side!!!” in Stussy’s signature font. The t-shirt was not sold but given away as a lottery prize to those who bought the Darth Vader Bearbrick.

Levi’s x Star Wars

The two San Francisco neighbors, joined forces back in 2019 for a epic collaboration. The collection coincided with the release of Star Wars: The Rise of The Skywalker, the final chapter of the Skywalker saga, in December of that year. Featuring classic Levi’s icons and streetwear-inspired favorites, such as tees, hoodies, jeans and denim jackets, all with a Star Wars twist. The garments showcase famous characters, starships and quotes from the original films, as well as unique co-branding elements.

Stance Socks x Star Wars

Stance socks has teamed up with Star Wars multiple times to create a collection of socks inspired by the iconic characters and scenes from the saga. The socks feature designs that capture the essence of Star Wars, from Darth Vader to Yoda, from lightsabers to stormtroopers. Often complimented with limited edition boxsets, the collections are a must-have for fans of the franchise who want to show their allegiance to the force or the dark side.

A Bathing Ape x Star Wars

A BATHING APE® and Lucasfilm collaborate in 2020 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of STAR WARS: The Empire Strikes Back™, a groundbreaking film that amazed audiences in 1980 and continues to attract new generations of fans. The collection features apparel with BABY MILO® character stylings, BAPE® original camo patterned BE@RBRICK and VCD toys made by MEDICOM TOY, and designs that reimagine the original movie posters through the creative lens of BAPE®. The collection is a must-have for STAR WARS™ and BAPE® fans alike.

Vetements x Star Wars

In 2019, Vetements collaborated with Star Wars for the launch of a 44-piece collection coincided with The Rise of Skywalker and featured iconic VETEMENTS pieces and the Star Wars legacy.The mens and womenswear collection included T-shirts, hoodies, evening dresses, high heels and more. The graphics showcased characters like Darth Vader, movie posters and planet descriptions from the Star Wars universe.

Vans x Star Wars

Vans and Star Wars collaborated on a collection of footwear for fall 2014. The collection featured artwork from the original Star Wars trilogy and heritage Vans designs. Instead of just placing logos, the collection creatively merged the two brands. For example, one design blended Yoda and Hawaiian flowers on an Authentic and Sk8-Hi Reissue. Another design hid Boba Fett among Darth Vader and the Death Star on an Authentic. The collection honored a rare and powerful partnership.

Herschel Supply Co x Star Wars

Herschel Supply Co. and Star Wars have teamed up to create several collections of backpacks and bags inspired by characters and scenes from the iconic saga. From Ahsoka Tano’s textured ripstop fabric and diamond webbing details, to Darth Vader’s quilted strap details and thermal detonator case, these products celebrate the legacy and fandom of Star Wars. Each collection features custom partnership labels, zipper pulls, interior liners, and embroidered logo patches that showcase the collaboration.

Santa Cruz Skateboards x Star Wars

In 2014, Santa Cruz Skateboards collaborated with Lucasfilm to create a special edition collection of Star Wars-themed decks and cruzers. The collection featured original artwork of iconic characters and scenes from the Star Wars films, drawn by Santa Cruz artists. The collection also included some exclusive decks for San Diego Comic-Con, and some wood inlay decks that were laser cut with exotic wood veneers. The Star Wars x Santa Cruz collection was a tribute to the legendary saga and its fans.

Columbia x Star Wars

The collection was inspired by the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Columbia created the items using references from Obi-wan, Anakin and Ashoka’s outfits during their trips to icey Orto Plutonia and Carlac respectively. The supply was limited to one style per customer.

Adidas x Star Wars

Two of the earliest collaboration between the Three Stripes and the Star Wars Saga is about Luke Skywalker and the Top Ten. The Adidas Top Ten “Skywalker / Hoth” from 2009 inspired by Lukes’ outfit during his adventure in Hoth. The Adidas Top Ten “Skywalker” from 2009, inspired by Lukes’ orange pilot suit. Fan Fact. Adidas used to offer this collection in “toy-style” packaging, which was a nightmare for retailers and salespersons.

Another honorable mention is the Adidas x Star Wars Rivalry Hi “Chewbacca”. The sneaker featured a brushed exterior, fur accents, and a Brown/Beige/Brown colorway that evokes the tones of its namesake. From there, a matching sole completes the design.

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The Force Is Strong With These Star Wars Collaborations

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