Where The Wild Things Are, Spike Jonze's long-delayed live-action adaptation of the seminal Maurice Sendak 1963 children's book, comes out October 16, and people are brokering ticket deals, already calling in sick from work, and generally sharting themselves with excitement.
Personally, while I love Arcade Fire and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, I'm absolutely terrified by the animated monsters and the thought of their enormous faces on the big screen. And by the idea of sleeping together in a real pile.
That said, I fully support Urban Outfitters' selection of Where The Wild Things Are apparel and accessories. Check out the t-shirts, tunics, and even hairy leggings inspired by the movie. All of the Where The Wild Things Are shirts, tunics, dresses, and leggings are under $60 (the tunics and hairy leggings designed by Brooklyn designer Mary Meyer are especially cool since they don't SCREAM "PROMOTIONAL TEE"), the wall art is $68.
Or, if you're just really into spending, drop $610 for Opening Ceremony's Max Suit.
After the jump, watch the Where The Wild Things Are trailer and Arcade Fire perform "Wake Up."