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Celebrate 22 Years of THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS with New Hot Topic Collection

What’s this? What’s this? There’s something very wrong! What’s this? It’s been TWENTY-TWO YEARS since The Nightmare Before Christmas came out?? While we take a minute to catch our breath and think about how long it’s been since we first saw Tim Burton and Henry Selick’s innovative stop-motion film, we have some good news for all you goth kids. Hot Topic—who has recently stepped up their game in the pop culture fashion department with lines inspired by American Horror Story, Marvel, Penny Dreadful, and Orphan Blackhas released a new The Nightmare Before Christmas collection. Just in time for Halloween!

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Nightmare Before Christmas apparel is nothing new; you can find t-shirts, sweatshirts, dresses, nail art, slippers, hats, cookie cutters… heck, we even did an entire Home Geekonomics dedicated to one character! But Hot Topic’s collections take it a step further, using the source material to craft something more high-end fashion than gift shop loot. For example, the new line features a Jack Skellington filigree pattern jacket and pinstripe twill pants, a spooky striped sweater with the King of Halloweentown’s mischievous grin, and an insanely cool moto jacket.

Prices range from $45-70, and all of the items are also available in plus sizes for all body types. Check out the full collection in the gallery below, and let us know which items you’ll be picking up for Halloween in the comments!

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Rachel Heine is the Editor-in-Chief—and Queen Spook—of Nerdist. Find her tweetin’ about cats and pizza and teen witch vibes (@RachelHeine).

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