Creative Licensing brings Terminator 2: Judgement Day to high street fashion with French designer Etudes

Creative Licensing Corporation is bring the dystopian worlds of Terminator 2: Judgement Day and the French film La Planete Sauvage to the fashion aisles through a new partnership with the French fashion designer, Etudes.

Under the partnership, the fashion label will launch a men’s collection featuring designs inspired by Terminator 2: Judgement Day. The Autumn/Winter 2020-21 collection made its debut during Paris Fashion Week in January this year, and was lauded by the New York Times and Paris Vogue.

The collection will now be seen in stores worldwide, including in the UK’s Selfridges, from this autumn, bringing the classic movie and the pop culture following it has garnered over the years to the high street fashion space.

The collection also includes designs inspired by the French film, La Planete Sauvage. Together, the two films share a dystopian view of the world which Etudes has interpreted into menswear that includes heatmap prints, slick leather trenches with shades of grey and silver coated outerwear.

The range has been described as ‘robotic and psychedelic’ and follows Etudes own memory bank to deliver a ‘transcontinental discourse on 20th century science fiction and its intentions for nature and technology,’ according to Aurelien Arbet, creative director, Etudes.

“We are delighted to see this inspired take on the world famous T2. It confirms the timeless beauty of the film and its elements,” said Kim Penny, EVP, Creative Licensing.

The EtudesT2 Collection can be found here:  https://www.etudes-studio.com/collections/etudes-x-terminator-2

Terminator 2 is owned by STUDIOCANAL. Creative Licensing represents STUDIOCANAL and T2 for merchandise licensing. 

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