There are a couple of newly reimagined merchandise locations along the streets of Disney’s Hollywood Studios these days, and there might just be a souvenir or two waiting in one of them for you. Let’s take a closer look.
Keystone Clothiers on Hollywood Boulevard had quite an extended refurbishment this year, and has just re-opened with a completely different theme. You’ll now be able to find all things Star Wars in Keystone Clothiers, and the store sports newly installed tile floors, new lighting fixtures, a new color scheme, and fresh paint and accents all around.
The Art Deco influence can still be seen throughout the store, but with a Star Wars twist (perhaps a bit of Naboo). You’ll find Jedi robes and tunics, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Black Spire Outpost branded t-shirts, mugs, and hats, BB8 water bottles, Funko Pops, and Star Wars toys for kids of all ages.
Proceeding down Sunset Boulevard, guests will find a fresh, new Legends of Hollywood shop on the right. During its refurbishment, the Planet Hollywood Super Store area was incorporated into Legends of Hollywood, and the result is a spacious, bright, and elegant store filled with all sorts of souvenirs.
Pandora has a new home here in Legends of Hollywood, and those on the hunt for a shiny bauble will be in luck as there are cases of them available for purchase in this redesigned space. The shop is open and airy. Be sure to look up when you enter the store; the new chandelier and tilework on the columns are beautiful.
This will also be your spot in Hollywood Studios to find The Dress Shop dresses and matching purses, Loungefly backpacks, and Minnie Mouse ear headbands.
Kate Spade and Dooney and Bourke handbags of all shapes, sizes, and styles are also available at Legends of Hollywood. They are currently available for purchase in the portion of the store that used to be dedicated to Planet Hollywood.
The next time you’re in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, I encourage you to stop in. It’s nice to see such love and attention to detail paid to reimagining some of the spaces that we’ve enjoyed for years.