Who hasn’t loved Peanuts since the beginning?
The characters in Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts comics have become symbols of American culture since they first appeared in print on October 2nd, 1950. Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Woodstock and the rest of the group captured the hearts of the audience through Schulz’s outspoken humor.
On February 13th, 2000, Charles Schulz’s last Peanuts strip was released: Snoopy, as always sitting on the kennel, writes Schulz’s farewell. An almost premonitory event because, designed by Schulz a few days earlier for the daily publication in the New York Times, it was published when its creator had disappeared.
Over the years, peanuts’ universal appeal has also inspired many designers to create nostalgic and extravagant designs that engage adorable characters or refer to their style. From black and yellow jerseys to dog-eared hats, fashion’s biggest names have paid homage to the famous stripes.
Peanuts X Marc Jacobs in MINI version
Marc Jacobs drew directly on Charles M. Schulz’s creative inventory to pay tribute to the famous comic book Peanuts®. Lover of the adventures of Snoopy, Woodstock and Charlie Brown, for this collection the American designer presents accessories, ready-to-wear and bags with cartoon prints with bright shades and retro taste, while for children Snoopy and Woodstock land on comfortable sweatshirts, t-shirts or dresses.
The fall/winter 2020 Peanuts X Marc Jacobs collection brings us wonderful memories: a mini-me collection that offers the most tender and colorful prints in a mini version. Snoopy in pink and Woodstock – of course – in yellow, with a message on the back, become absolutely unisex, they are perfect garments for our little ones.
You can buy the items from Fall/Winter 2020 Peanuts X Marc Jacobs collection on kidsaroud.com, along with the entire The Marc Jacobs collection in mini version.
The faux fur jacket is by Bobo Choses AW20, while the jeans are Dolce&Gabbana Kids.