Wonder Woman 1984 Products Revealed by Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) has launched an all-new collection of must-have lifestyle products and engaging experiences inspired by Wonder Woman 1984, the highly anticipated follow up to 2017’s record-breaking feature film from Warner Bros. Pictures.
The specially-designed collection of fashion, jewelry, accessories, footwear, home goods, pet products, collectibles and toys pays homage to the timeless DC Super Hero, with nods to the film’s new 80s aesthetic, her nemesis The Cheetah and the metallic sheen of her new golden armor. The product collection honors a new era of Wonder Woman and offers fans of all ages a way to manifest Wonder Woman’s qualities of strength, truth, courage and compassion, all with her signature style. The “WW84” collection was developed in collaboration with premier partners and is available now at retailers globally. The film is set to open in theaters on October 2, 2020.
“Wonder Woman 1984 gives us the ideal opportunity to celebrate the glamour and energy of the 1980s inspired by the power and grace of Wonder Woman,” Maryellen Zarakas, senior vice president of franchise management and marketing for Warner Bros. Consumer Products said in a statement. “Our signature collection of products and experiences are highly-styled and wonderfully-inventive, and allow fans to tap into their own heroic, Wonder Woman inner spirit, further deepening their engagement in the brand and global community of Wonder Woman fans.”
Joining forces with some of the top brands in fashion, beauty, toys and more, and offering something for every age group, WBCP’s collection of Wonder Woman 1984 products include:
Adult Fashion: Around the globe, fans are reveling in the breadth of new Wonder Woman product including premier fashion collections. The “WW84” fashion collection includes collaborations with such world-renowned designers and trendsetters such as Lauren Ralph Lauren, EleVen by Venus Williams, Her Universe, Hybrid, Modern Lux, Miu Miu and more. Lauren Ralph Lauren celebrates Wonder Woman with a curated collection of pieces as powerful and confident as the iconic DC Super Hero. The feminine styles and sophisticated designs from Lauren Ralph Lauren can be found at select Bloomingdale’s and Bloomingdales.com. The fashion-forward activewear brand created by global tennis champion and entrepreneur Venus Williams, introduces the EleVen by Venus Williams x Wonder Woman Collection offering premium athletic staples that bring out the best in fierce women who are competitive, compassionate, and ready for anything life has to bring. The collection will be available to shop on EleVenByVenusWilliams.com. Winners of the Her Universe Fashion Show, Adria Renee and Sarah Hambly, will debut their first fashion collections at Hot Topic and HerUniverse.com, DC Super Hero’s indomitable spirit in fun, easy-to-wear designs. Hybrid and Modern Lux offer a wide range of t-shirts and sweatshirts at a variety of affordable price points ($12.99 and up), and Her Universe at Torrid offers on-trend plus-sized apparel, including a showstopping snakeskin-patterned jacket ($45-$80). An exclusive Wonder Woman capsule collection released by Miu Miu features tees decorated with vintage prints of the comic book heroine and are available now at miumiu.com. Every fan can blend their personal style with Wonder Woman apparel from partners that include Bershka, Zara, EMP and Riva, to create a unique look.
Jewelry: With a dazzling variety of styles, WBCP’s “WW84” jewelry collections from Swarovski, Alex Ani, RockLove, and Zales draw inspiration from Wonder Woman’s iconic logo and gear such as the lasso of truth and her new golden armor and wings. Even her nemesis Cheetah gets a piece of the action with jewelry collections inspired by her animal magnetism (prices range from $65 to $1,000). To keep all Wonder Woman fans on time, a collection of watches from Accutime Watch Corporation are available in a wide range of styles.
Footwear and Accessories: “WW84”-inspired shoes from Reebok, diaper bags and accessories from Jujube, hats and masks from Love Your Melon, purses from Loungefly and more complete a heroine’s wardrobe. Reebok’s full collection of footwear and apparel blends iconic ‘80s silhouettes with designs inspired by the Super Hero and Super Villain of the film. Jujube, known for high-quality, multifunction diaper bags, backpacks and totes, as well as mini versions perfect to the last detail, interprets Wonder Woman’s `80s vibe in brilliant colors accented with gold metal ($40 to $195). A limited-edition assortment of DC Super Hero-themed masks from Love Your Melon gives back 50 percent of net profits to nonprofit organizations that lead the fight against pediatric cancer ($25).
Beauty: The Revlon X WW84 limited-edition makeup collection offers a power palette for eyes and face in 10 bold and brilliant hues for limitless looks ($14.99). Other items include the Liquid Armor Glow Pot (highlighter), Super Lustrous Lipstick and more ($6.99 to $14.99). Ulta Beauty’s bath & body collection honors Wonder Woman with two cosmetic bags, a scented candle, golden body scrub, body wash, a colorful bath bomb, nail polish appliques, and peel off mask ($8.00- $24.00). Exclusively at Bloomingdale’s and Houseofsillage.com, the House of Sillage Wonder Woman Parfum ($395.00) is a charismatically sultry and bold fragrance that elicits your inner goddess. The Bow Lipstick Case Set ($250.00) is a work of art inspired by Wonder Woman’s gold-plated armor, finished in enamel and encrusted with more than 300 brilliant diamond-cut Swarovski crystals. The set features its own unique Diamond Powder Satin Finish Lipstick in a bold red shade infused with real crushed white diamond powder.
Home and Stationery: Hallmark honors Wonder Woman’s strength with a range of “go strong all day long” framed quotes, travel mugs and vinyl tote bags ($19.99 to $34.99). Silver Buffalo’s retro “save the day” ceramic mug inspires your morning routine ($7.99). From Erin Condren, notebooks, notecards, stickers and list pads feature colorful and energetic Wonder Woman classic comic graphics—or a metallic star-sparkle theme ($7.50 to $24.00). GB Eye also offers an assortment of Wonder Woman prints, posters and collectibles.
Luxury Pet Fashion and Accessories: Wonder Woman style makes the perfect gift for your four-legged furry friend. Pamper your beloved pet with Moshiqa’s one-of-a-kind, high-end style products for dogs and cats that combine the glamour of gold with the power of functional design for a heroic look. From the company that created a new category in luxury fashion discover the finest craftsmanship and extravagant accessories such as a golden pet harnesses with wings, a gold utility belt for stashing pet treats and looping your leash, sparkling dog and cat tiaras, and food/water bowls with the Wonder Woman insignia to make your kitty cat or pooch feel pampered always (prices available at moshiqa.com/wonderwoman).
Infant to Tween Fashion: From babies to tweens, kids of all ages can feel empowered wearing “Hero starts with Her” fashions and “Fierce” graphic t-shirts from Hybrid ($12.99+). Beanie hats from Love Your Melon and masks from Mask Club round out the collection ($25-$55). Wonder Woman encourages kids to practice good dental hygiene with a Colgate toothpaste pump ($3.95), while DC Wonder Woman bandages help booboos heal with super speed ($3.29). For Halloween or role play any day, Rubie’s Wonder Woman Armored costume glows with strength and power, and The Cheetah catsuit costumes are sure to be the hottest Super-Villains on the block.
Toys: Fans can relive the onscreen action of “WW84” with toys from Mattel, LEGO®, Funko, McFarlane Toys and Maxx. With true-to-movie fashions made in the characters’ likenesses, the “WW84” Barbie and Mattel portfolio of dolls includes a two-doll giftset spotlighting the timeless romance of Diana Prince and Steve Trevor ($80.00), a Young Diana and Horse set ($29.99), a Deluxe Golden Armor Feature Wonder Woman Doll ($29.99) and core dolls ($14.99). LEGO® brings an action-packed scene from the movie to life in its Wonder Woman vs. The Cheetah set ($39.99), based on Wonder Woman’s first confrontation with her nemesis. The set can be positioned in an action pose with Cheetah leaping out of a cloud, while Wonder Woman’s friend from the previous film, Etta Candy, looks on in the background. More heroine-inspired toys include cars and a premium invisible jet from Hot Wheels, Pop collectibles from Funko, two versions of incredibly detailed lifelike action figures from McFarlane Toys and huggable plush from Maxx ($11.00 to $19.99). “WW84” toys and collectibles from Bandai, Hot Toys, Kotobukiya, Medicom Toy and Prime 1 Studio will be available in Japan for fans soon.
DC Wonder Woman Virtual Run: In partnership with Rugged Races, Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC launched the DC Wonder Woman Virtual Run, allowing participants to run a 5K or 10K whenever and wherever they want, outside or even on a home treadmill. Registered participants receive an exclusive collection of Wonder Woman-branded gear, including a premium quarter-zip pullover, finisher’s medal, terry cloth wristbands, and a reusable tote bag. Runners of all ages and genders can sign up through November 1 for either 5K or 10K distances at https://dcwonderwomanrun.com. Registration is $40.00 per participant.
Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big screen adventure finds her facing two all-new foes: Max Lord and The Cheetah. With director Patty Jenkins back at the helm and Gal Gadot returning in the title role, Wonder Woman 1984 is Warner Bros. Pictures’ follow up to the DC Super Hero’s first outing, 2017’s record-breaking Wonder Woman.
The film also stars Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as The Cheetah, Pedro Pascal as Max Lord, Robin Wright as Antiope, and Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta. Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot and Stephen Jones are producing the film. Rebecca Steel Roven Oakley, Richard Suckle, Marianne Jenkins, Geoff Johns, Walter Hamada, Chantal Nong Vo and Wesley Coller are the executive producers. Patty Jenkins directed from a screenplay she wrote with Geoff Johns & David Callaham, story by Jenkins & Johns, based on characters from DC.