Zavvi Unveils New Stranger Things Merch Collection

Inspired by the mysterious Upside Down.

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Ahead of its upcoming fourth season, Stranger Things teams up with Zavvi on a new collection that encapsulates the thickening plot in the hit sci-fi show.

The limited-edition collection launching at the online retailer presents a range of garments, accessories and other paraphernalia. Designed around the show’s two alternate realities, the collection is split into two lines, where fans can either rep Stranger Thing’s protagonist Eleven, the frightening Demogorgon, or perhaps both!

Tote bags, blankets and stickers in the collection follow the rival theme, as illustrations of ghoulish characters and prints from the new season are plastered across the items. Arriving straight off the Hawkins high school set, the collection’s featured clothing includes distressed denim jackets and a selection of vintage graphic tees, bringing a true 80s feel to the drop.

Shop the new collection on Zavvi from November 6 with prices starting at £14.99 GBP (approx. $20 USD)

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