Mayla Classic, a fashion company, has made Attack on Titan elegant in a new collaboration.
Attack on Titan and Mayla Classic have collaborated to produce beautiful earrings inspired by some of anime’s most prominent characters.
The Attack on Titan anime is now on hiatus, but the anime will return in 2023 with its final episodes in Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 3. Therefore, Mikasa and Armin will lead the finale with their friends and, as usual, all eyes will be on Eren.
Attack on cooperation with Titan Jewelry
Mayla Classic is now taking orders for six limited edition earring designs based on fan-favorite characters, as originally from anime! Anime!
Eren’s set features a skeletal structure, Mikasa’s inspired earrings evoke her iconic scarf, and Armin’s gold-blue color scheme represents his hair and eye color. Additionally, Levi’s earrings feature the Wings of Freedom, Hangi’s reference her glasses, and Erwin’s entire ensemble features a subtle color scheme.
All earrings come with a special display case and character themed postcard and are available in pierced or non-pierced form. Also, they’re selling for 24,970 yen (about $197) each. Mayla accepts orders until June 28th. More pictures can be found below.
Isayama’s Attack on Titan series was published in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine from 2009 to 2021. Also, Attack on Titan has sold over 100 million copies worldwide, earning it a spot as one of the best-selling manga series alongside Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece and Akira’s Toriyama’s Dragonball.
Wit Studio created the first three seasons of the anime adaptation and MAPPA produced the fourth and final season. The Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 3 release date is scheduled for 2023.
You can watch Attack on Titan on Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Hulu.
More Attack on Titan merch
The Attack on Titan + Mayla Classic collab isn’t the first recent collaboration in the series. The series also partnered with the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks to create a unique line of baseball apparel.
T-shirts, keychains and tote bags are included, as well as acrylic stands depicting Armin as a catcher, Mikasa as a pitcher, Eren as a outfielder and Levi as a hitter. The Fukuoka Softbank Hawks offered the dress at the team’s web store and at their home stadium, the PayPay Dome.
Additionally, DJ/Music Producer Steve Aoki and Crunchyroll have partnered to offer a new line of Attack on Titan gear, including printed versions of Eren, Mikasa, Levi, the Colossal Titan and the Founding Titan. Charaditional Toy has also released a line of traditional Japanese playing cards based on the series.
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