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[Feature] The Fashion Progression of Splatoon 2 (a Squid Research Lab Report)


The Inkling World has changed and less than 2 months from now, players around the world will get to see how much, but until then, regular Splatoon 2 news and reveals keep on happening and the latest one is what we’ll be writing about today!

 

In a new Squid Research Lab post on the Nintendo UK website, the report details new fashion brands that players can expect to wear and use in battle and while these new brands have been previously revealed by the official Splatoon account on Twitter, we’ve never had a proper English description to go with them, until today! So here’s everything that was shared regarding the Annaki, Tentatek Splash Mob and Toni Kensa brands.

 

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Annaki:

Annaki has been making waves in recent years. Featuring elements from punk counter-culture, their hand-printed T-shirts and intricately customised gear provide a special feeling of uniqueness to the wearer.

The brand boasts many enthusiastic fans, and there’s a lot of buzz surrounding their upcoming collections.

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 Tentatek:

Activewear brand Tentatek have swept the world with their high-tech footwear. Their fusion of fashion with the latest technologies has allowed them to mature into a sophisticated brand.

Many top athletes get their gear from Tentatek, and their preferred items are so popular it’s not unusual to find them sold out across the board.

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Splash Mob:

Splash Mob branded gear is popular with those who feel a little bit more grown up than the average squid kid. Discerning Inklings seem to appreciate the sense of luxury afforded by the elegant designs, high-quality material and attention to detail in the construction of the garments.

Splash Mob’s extensive selection of gear includes tops, eyewear and shoes.

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Toni Kensa:

From fashion designer Toni Kensa comes his eponymous brand of gear. Although this brand favours monotone colours and simple, structural designs, the Inklings of the city can’t get enough of Toni Kensa, and his gear is sold in boutiques throughout Inkopolis

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The secret to the brand’s popularity is its consistently fresh outlook, releasing special edition items in collaboration with other top designers. The below commercial is aired frequently on the TV screens in Inkopolis Square to attract the attention of the young Inklings passing through.

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With plenty of time between now and Splatoon 2’s release, there is plenty of time for more news drops like this one and when they come, you can expect to find them right here at miketendo64.com!

 

 

 

Until next time, Stay Fresh!

 

 

Source: Nintendo UK

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