Christopher Raeburn Joins Forces With Disney to Release Limited Edition Bags

Reimagining Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

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Christopher Raeburn worked closely with the Walt Disney Company to produce an exclusive, unisex series of Mickey and Minnie Mouse bags. Sticking with the brand’s philosophy in creating sustainable goods, each bag is made up of organic nappa leather while its packaging is completely devoid of unnecessary materials. The multi-functional bags also feature a zipped compartment on the back portion and an adjustable strap.

“To work with the Walt Disney Company is not only a huge honour, it’s thrilling to create something that really represents exactly what we’re about as a brand.” said Christopher Raeburn to Fucking Young. “Collaboration, playfulness and innovative design are in our DNA, and this project has all these elements.”

The bags are expected to release this September 16 in Selfridges and The Conran Shop in London, England.

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