Miranda Cosgrove Is the BIGGEST Fan of the New “Despicable Me”-Inspired Clothing Line

Why wouldn’t she be though? She is a legendary part of the cast!

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How exciting is it that the brand new movie Despicable Me 3 is here, just in time for this festive Fourth of July weekend? The animated film also has a stylish and trendy new fashion line associated with it, as the sporty, celeb-loved brand Puma created a cute collection of Minions-inspired gear. One of the biggest celebrity fans of the collaboration is fashionista Miranda Cosgrove, which makes total sense, since she actually voices the character Margo in all of the film series.

Miranda got a first look at the entire collection at its fun launch party event in California earlier this week.

Now, she has been wearing some of her favorite designs ever since, showing off the cute threads in celebration of her movie’s theatrical release.

Miranda even picked favorites, and joked that this t-shirt either lists her exes, or her most-loved Minions.

The shoppable (and extremely popular!) Puma x Minions collection features “Made for Mischief” shoes, backpacks, athletic-wear, t-shirts, gloves, and more for kids, and several street-style inspired outfits for adults.

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Make way for the #Minions.

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What do you think of this new Minions clothing collaboration? Are you excited to watch the movie with your family? Leave us your reactions below!

Written by Kristine Hope Kowalski

Kristine is a writer and celebrity entertainment news journalist with a specific obsession with Nickelodeon + Disney Channel shows, boy bands, K-Pop, Broadway, and international series dramas. If she's not writing or tucked away in a good book, she is most likely traveling the world and spamming her friends' Instagram feeds with photos from her adventures. Kristine has a BA in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University (2011), and an MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Social Thought from NYU (2013). She is currently pursuing her second Master's in Journalism through the Harvard Extension School.