The drop of the McDonald's fashion collection suggests two things. Firstly, it is yet another token of the intersectionality that is happening between industries and the favoritism toward collaboration. Secondly, it is a subtle marketing technique to promote the launch of the fast food restaurant's exclusive soft drink offering—'Mix' by Sprite Tropic Berry.
Appropriately titled 'That's the Mix,' the McDonald's fashion collection was made in collaboration with Joseph Robinson, who founded the streetwear brands Joe Freshgoods and Don’t Be Mad. The capsule consists of retro-inspired garments like branded short- and long-sleeve shirts, a patched leather varsity jacket and a pair of socks. Targeted at a younger audience, the McDonald's fashion collection boasts stylish silhouettes and an upbeat aesthetic.
McDonald's Fashion Collection is a Collaboration with Joseph Robinson
1. Intersectionality in Collaboration - The intersectionality of industries presents opportunities for businesses to collaborate and create innovative products.
2. Subtle Marketing Techniques - Subtle marketing techniques, like fashion collaborations, can be effective in promoting exclusive product launches.
3. Fast Food Fashion Collections - Fast food fashion collections offer a unique opportunity to merge food and fashion industries to create trendy and stylish products.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can explore collaborations with other sectors to create unique and appealing products.
2. Food - The food industry can leverage fashion collaborations to market exclusive products and engage with a younger audience.
3. Marketing - Collaborative fashion releases can be a creative marketing strategy for companies to generate buzz and promote their offerings.