From metallic space-age inspired one-pieces emblazoned with the faces of Super Mario regulars to dungarees splashed with polkadots and stylish ethnic prints, the designers definitely had a challenge on their hands when it came to creating standout garments for the anniversary - but boy did they impress.
British fashion maestro Henry Holland reimagined Mario's trademark overalls with a sassy fur trim around the knees and a zip pocket his essentials, not to mention a smattering of mushroom lives! Oh the nostalgia...
Talking about his creation Henry said, "The inspiration behind the Dungarees is Mario himself and my personal memories of playing Mario non-stop as a kid! I was obsessed with killing Bowser and finding out all the new cheats and secret levels. I spent several years of my life trying to get as many mushroom lives as I could so I covered my dungarees with the very same emblem!"
The one-off collaboration which also marks the launch of the latest title in the Super Mario franchise, Super Mario Maker for Wii U saw London based menswear designer Charlie Casely-Hayford jump on board too and we can totally imagine FKA Twigs or Ricky Hilfiger rocking this patchwork denim number.
In fact, can it just be ours already? And how about this one from Digital Fairies? So Ariana Grande!
Fashion week regulars Marques Almeida revealed that they had a blast re-designing the blue overalls that are ingrained in all of our childhood memories while raising money for the Starlight Children's Foundation at the same time.
"We were so excited to be part of this project! Super Mario was a big part of our lives growing up and it was a really fun challenge to inject some M'A in to those overalls," the brand gushed.
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