A new range of clothes has been revealed, and it’s all about the ridiculous.
It’s a world of anime fashion and it all started with a Japanese anime series.
“The World of Anime” “The Princess and the Frog” is a Japanese cartoon series which tells the story of Princess Frog and her family in the land of Ooo, which is where the show takes place.
The show follows the exploits of Princess and her two sons, the frog Prince Tiana and the human child Prince Krank, as they are on their quest to find the missing princess.
The show is a hugely popular show in Japan, and many fans have become very familiar with the characters, which make up the show’s core group of characters.
The first set of clothes was designed by artist Shiro Katahama, known for her work on the popular clothing brand YSL, and is the “world’s most bizarre”, according to the fashion website Jibanyan.
“It’s not just about the design, it’s also about the execution,” Kataham said.
“It is a world where everything is absurd.”
It was the first time that Katahahama had designed a clothing line, and her team did it all in one day.
She had a number of creative and creative challenges during the design process, including creating the silhouettes and the outfits that the characters wear.
Kataham had the creative freedom to design what she wanted, and she was able to find some inspiration from real life to create the clothes.
“I had to make sure I was not copying the designs that I see in the fashion magazines,” she said.
Katy and the gang are featured in the new collection of clothing, which features designs inspired by a number different anime series and a wide range of Japanese characters.
The collection was first announced on Friday, and will be available to buy from the official website on Friday September 10.
The range features items including outfits from the likes of “Dragon Ball”, “One Piece”, “Bleach”, “Hunter x Hunter”, “Fairy Tail”, “Oreimo”, “Black Lagoon”, “Shingeki no Kyojin”, and “Gatchaman Crowds”.
The outfits are available for both men and women, and are available to purchase for a maximum of €69 ($89).
“It was a fun challenge and I hope to create a new trend for this collection,” Katar said.
“Hopefully, it will inspire people to create their own weird outfits.”
You can check out the full range of clothing in the following video: