Smiffys unleashes Universal Monsters collection for Halloween

Published on: 30th March 2022

The new collection introduces some of the most iconic monsters from the past 75 years to kids and families, making it a top choice come Halloween 2022.

Smiffys has announced a major new collection launching for Halloween 2022, Universal Monsters.

The Universal Monsters range includes some of the most iconic characters from classic horror films of the last century. These frightening creatures – including Dracula, Frankenstein and The Wolf Man – have stood the test of time and continue to haunt audiences to this day.

In addition to those listed above, Smiffys’ first collection of costumes, accessories and cosmetics will also feature timeless characters such as Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Mummy and much more. The range will include costume sizes for the whole family, along with everything needed to complete each spooky look.

Dominique Peckett, director at Smiffys, commented: “We can’t wait to launch the Universal Monsters collection for this Halloween season. Nostalgia remains a strong trend and these iconic, instantly recognisable monsters appeal to all generations.”

The new range of costumes, accessories and wigs are available to pre-order for Halloween. Contact or call 0800 590 599 for more information.

Smiffys Classic Universal Monsters range will be available in UK and IE, EU, EEA, AUS and NZ, Bahrain, Brazil, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Quatar, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, UAE Vatican City and Yemen.


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