Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and Macy’s announce GLEE apparel line
Just when I thought there were not going to be any more TV inspired 🙂 apparel lines a new one comes along. Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and Macy’s have announced the GLEE apparel line based on the GLEE TV show. I happen to really like GLEE. The kids do a great job with the singing and dancing, and the plot lines are engaging. GLEE is the nouveau version of the old Judy Garland /Mickey Rooney MGM Musicals. It follows the same formula of giving a spotlight to some very talented kids to sing and dance within the format of their school GLEE club. Look for in-store events at Macy’s stores around the country.
If you’re in Los Angeles today, Aug. 21st, you might want to check out the in-store event with some of the GLEE kids at Macy’s Bevery Center. From 2 pm to 4 pm Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina), Kevin McHale (Artie) and Heather Morris (Brittany) will be at the store doing a one-day-only poster signing. If you are one of the first 300 customers who make a $50 purchase of Glee merchandise at Macy’s Beverly Center, you’ll get to meet the cast members and receive an autographed poster from the cast. Woo-hoo! 🙂 Check out the poster below.
The apparel line from Awake, Inc. features an extensive line of fashion apparel including t-shirts, fashion tops and hoodies priced from $19.99-$34.99. From music inspired designs to sporty athletic apparel and more, the line offers fashion for every type of “Gleek”. I think my niece is going to want this. Frankly, I would rather get her some GLEE stuff, than the Material Girl 80s look. Just say’in.
“In just a short period of time, GLEE has inspired millions of fans,” said Martine Reardon, executive vice president of marketing for Macy’s. “It is our goal to extend that excitement to the Macy’s customer with the products we’ll be showcasing in our stores. There’s something so refreshing about GLEE, and we are committed to channeling that into exclusive fashion merchandise that will impassion GLEE fans across the country.”