The biggest trends are things the world didn’t know it even needed. So when we pitched the idea of a Trolli-themed collaboration with the zany clothes of Mokuyobi, people weren’t quite sure about it. Until they saw the result. We quickly garnered attention from diverse entities including Food & Wine and Tasting Table and just like that, our sour gummies had wormed their way into the pop fashion zeitgeist.
With such a niche appeal, needs to find evangelists in new places.
When two weirds collide, hardcore fans of one end up repping both.
A kaleidoscopic candy client and a red hot, Los Angeles fashion designer collaborate to create an exclusive, limited-edition line of gummi worm-influenced apparel that people love.
Meet Julie Pinzur, the colorful creator behind Mokuyobi.
A Website of Weirdly Woven Wear.
Making Mokuyobi a simple choice at ComplexCon — A “Comic-Con” of modern fashion.
Weaving our way into the fabric of social and cultural media.
Sold out in first quarter.
do things people love
“Me: An adult. Also me: Wants to spend $45 on a Trolli fanny pack.”
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