New GHOSTBUSTERS Merchandise Has a Supernatural Vintage Flair

This new Ghostbusters merchandise is coming your way soon and there’s nothing strange about it. In fact, it is rather stylish with a little something for everyone. Vixen by Micheline Pitt, a Los Angeles-based designer known for vintage fashion, is combining its signature aesthetic with the popular supernatural franchise. This officially licensed Ghostbusters collection includes clothing and accessories with several known figures from the series. This includes all your faves: the infamous Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, Terror Dogs, Slimer, Gozer, and a lot more.

The collection goes live on June 21 at 4PM PT. And, we have a few exclusive images ahead of time that will make you want to spend your cash. There are long dresses and shirts in the style of Puft marshmallows, Ghostbusters logo and Slimer purses, and more to choose from.

photo of a red fire hydrant with a ghostbusters logo purse hanging off it Two people wearing Ghostbusters checkered shirts standing near cardboard city buildings with a slimer purse nearby

Vixen by Micheline Pitt

The styles come with an array of colors and, with Vixen’s wide range of sizes, there is surely something for all fans. And, what better backdrop than tiny buildings, a fire hydrant, and a proton pack to makes these items look even more awesome? We love to see it. It’s truly all you need to celebrate the franchise and get ready for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, which finally drops on November 11.

three people with two women dressed in vintage dresses in the style of Ghostbusters character Stay-Puft Marshmallow and a man wearing a white T-shirt photo of two people standing near carboard city with slimer purse photo of man crouching wearing a black sweatshirt saying venkman burn in hell in red letters with woman standing wearing a ghostbusters logo shirt and black leather skirt

Vixen by Micheline Pitt

All of these pieces are rather cool but there’s one that stands out for a very fun reason. It’s a black sweatshirt with “Venkman Burn In Hell” scrawled across the front in red letters. Some people may be wondering what that means.

Fans of the original Ghostbusters movie will remember the phrase famously appearing on the glass door of Dr. Peter Venkman’s office. You know, because he was such a likable human being. What a great ode to a fun opening moment and a phrase that certainly deserves to be on shirts.

Get ready to combine your Ghostbusters love with your flair for fashion.

Featured Image: Vixen by Micheline Pitt

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