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Irregular Choice strengthens Disney partnership

Quirky shoe and accessories brand adds new Dumbo and Bambi lines.

Irregular Choice is continuing its successful partnership with Disney – adding a further two key characters to its portfolio.

The quirky shoe and accessories company is collaborating with Disney on ranges for Dumbo and Bambi.

Both new collections launched last week (Friday October 26) and include shoes, bags, boots, purses and tights.

As well as the main characters, Timothy and Thumper also have starring roles on key pieces.

The new lines follow on from successful collaborations on Star Wars, Toy Story and Cinderella.

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