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Marc Jacobs and Valentino Release Animal Crossing: New Horizons Outfits

High fashion brands Marc Jacobs and Valentino have released their own lines of Animal Crossing: New Horizons outfits. Both brands posted their pieces through their official Twitter and Instagram pages. With everyone under lockdown in quarantine, it looks like a plethora of brands are participating in the fun New Horizons has to offer. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Each brand showcased their individual Animal Crossings: New Horizons outfits and also posted their creator code. If these looks appealing to you and your fashion sensibilities, you can find more outfits the designers have uploaded through those. The Marc Jacobs creator code is MA-6128-9720-4153. The Valentino creator code is MA-1182-5456-5837. However, you can also use the QR codes associated with each brand to download these outfits through the terminal in the Able Sisters store.

As a reminder, to access these designs via the terminal in the back of the Able Sisters shop, you will need a subscription to Nintendo Online. If you still need to unlock this building, don’t sweat it. We have a guide that not only covers how to unlock this shop, but also other services in Animal Crossings: New Horizons.

It’s no surprise that a variety of different brands, like Marc Jacobs and Valentino, are creating unofficial collaborations in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. As it stands, New Horizons is one of the best selling Switch titles to date.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available for the Nintendo Switch.

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