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BEEN THERE, STILL WANT THAT: Coach x Disney Collection
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Coach
19.03.2019
Signature Riley with embellished Dumbo
Dumbo Intarsia sweater
Dumbo signature T-shirt
Callie foldover chain clutch with Dalmatian
Callie foldover chain clutch with Disney motif
Accordion card case with Dalmatian floral print
Kisslock frame pouch with Disney motif
Aristocats oversized hoodie
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With the live action debut of Dumbo and a slew of Disney features such as Aladdin and Toy Story 4 coming this year, Disney nostalgia is spreading like hay fever this spring season. So it’s to no one’s surprise (and to everyone’s delight) that Coach has returned with another Disney collaboration to appease the Disney obsession. From graphic tees, oversized hoodies and sweaters to clutches, purses and card cases, it’s a colorful assortment of outerwear and accessories decorated with beloved characters such as Dumbo, 101 Dalmatians, Aristocrats, Peter Pan and Bambi. Collect them all for a chance to relive your childhood, although be warned: many of the pieces have already sold out.

 

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