The Pokémon Company announced Tuesday that new Pokémon-branded Danielle Nicole accessories have made their way to the Pokémon Center. This announcement came one week after the Pokémon Center added Hisuian Samurott, Hisuian Typhlosion and Hisuian Decidueye plushes to its line-up of available collectibles.
From fashionable (and fuzzy) Wooloo backpacks to stylish Jolteon wallets, these exclusive new Danielle Nicole bags and accessories will certainly turn heads!
— Pokémon (@Pokemon) October 18, 2022
Best known for its designer handbags, Danielle Nicole previously produced a series of purses shaped like various Pokémon in 2017. These included Pikachu, Squirtle, Charmander, Bulbasaur and Togepi. Conversely, the latest wave of accessories feature more conventional designs, while also sporting pictures of certain Pokémon and accompanying color schemes.
Four Pokémon are getting the spotlight in the latest collaboration: Wooloo, Jigglypuff, Bulbasaur and Jolteon. These Pokémon’s likenesses appear on three different kinds of accessories. Fans can head to the online Pokémon Center to buy a mini backpack, crossbody bag or wallet based on their preferred Pokémon.
More about the Danielle Nicole Pokémon accessories
Currently, there are eight different Danielle Nicole products available for purchase through the Pokémon Center. They range in price from about $50 to $80. In addition, each product features special patterns inspired by the Pokémon it depicts.
For example, the Wooloo products have a wool-esque texture, while the Jigglypuff products are covered in musical notes. Meanwhile, the Bulbasaur products have a floral pattern and the Jolteon products are decorated with bolts of electricity.
Here are all of the available accessories and how much they cost:
- Wooloo Mini Backpack – $79.99
- Wooloo Crossbody Bag – $69.99
- Jigglypuff Mini Backpack – $79.99
- Jigglypuff Crossbody Bag – $69.99
- Bulbasaur Mini Backpack – $79.99
- Bulbasaur Wallet – $49.99
- Jolteon Mini Backpack – $79.99
- Jolteon Wallet – $49.99
Recent releases from the Pokémon Center have focused on popular Pokémon from existing games. Of course, with Pokémon Scarlet and Violet launching in just one month, it is possible that toys and accessories based on the next generation of Pokémon will soon become available.