Skinnydip launches a must-have Disney line with Aristocats purses, Bambi phone covers and Lady and the Tramp jumpers

CALLING all Disney fans! Skinnydip has just launched a spellbinding line of products based on the cartoon classics. 

Included in the range are Aristocats purses, Bambi phone covers and Lady and the Tramp jumpers. 

The London-based accessories brand first collaborated with Disney in 2018, and launched a collection of phone cases, makeup bags, laptops cases, wash bags, water bottles, and even knitwear.

Now Skinnydip has expanded this to include products based on Marie from Aristocats; Lady, the cocker-spaniel from Lady and the Tramp; and Flower, the cute skunk from Bambi.

Skinnydip said: "Filled with the Disney nostalgia we all know and love, the collection plays on Marie's sass, Lady's charm and Flower's bashful nature whilst introducing bright colours and unique designs to create a truly magical range of cases, clothes and accessories."

The popular Disney characters now form adorable designs on phone cases (£18) – available for all iPhone models from iPhone 7 to 11 Pro Max,  as well as iridescent makeup bags (£15).

Disney-lovers can also pick up £35 jumpers in the range, which are decorated with the beloved characters. 

With many people working from home, the snug sweaters could be the perfect way to stay cosy. 

And if you are a fan of Aristocats’ Marie, you are in luck, as the bow-wearing feline is also on a wash bag (£20) and a pink velvet purse (£16), too.

Other Skinnydip collaborations with Disney have included immortalising characters such as Daisy Duck, The Lion King’s Timon, along with Alladin’s Abu. 

And recently The Little Mermaid’s Sebastian and Bambi’s Thumper have proved to be popular on products such as water bottles and T-shirts. 

You can shop Skinnydip's Disney collection here.

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