Popular anime series Dragon Ball turned 30 years old this year on Feb 26. It was first aired in Japan in 1986.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the series written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama, Japanese fashion label Galaxxxy has collaborated with Dragon Ball to release a range of outfits based on the anime over the years.
The release consists of a range of shirts featuring main character Goku, Super Ghost, Dodoria and Saibaman. They cost 5,800 yen (S$78) each.
Later this month, the brand, known for its 1980s/90s fashion and bright colours, will release two jackets as part of the collection. The prices of the jackets have not been made known.
The first is a black bomber jacket that is sukajan style. In Japanese fashion, sukajan style jackets have a distinctive embroidered style and have a reputation as "souvenir" jackets. This Galaxxxy edition has the legendary Shenron, a magical dragon from the anime, embroidered on its front.
The other jacket is a windbreaker based on the character Cell. Its design is characterised by the time-travelling warrior's signature green skin.
Dragon Ball is a manga series which originated in 1984 and inspired by the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West. It was first broadcast in Japan from 1986 to 1996, spawning subsequent series Dragon Ball GT, Dragon Ball Super and Dragon Ball Z.
The story follows the adventures of Son Goku from when he was a child. He trains to be the strongest in the universe while on his quest for the seven legendary Dragon Balls.
Once the balls have been attained, they will summon the legendary Sheron, who will grant the collector a wish.
The Dragon Ball x Galaxxxy collection can be purchased here.