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Mini Boden reveals ‘spellbinding’ Harry Potter collection

New 81-piece line for autumn launches in two drops, one this week and the second in October.

Mini Boden has unveiled a ‘spellbinding’ new Harry Potter collaboration.

The new 81-piece collection – showcased by fashion trade website, Fashion United – arrives in two drops, the first this week and a second in October in time for Halloween and Christmas.

The range – which includes pieces for newborns up to age 16 for boy and girls – features Hogwarts-theme prints, magical motifs and character-inspired designs using techniques such as colour change sequins, 3D embroidery and tactile fabrics including tulle and velvet.

A Boden heritage spin has been given to a line of Hogwarts Breton t-shirts, rugby shorts and babygros in house colours, while there are also stripey tops featuring Harry’s glasses and Golden Snitch motifs.

Hedwig the Owl is also key, appearing on yellow cord dungarees, dresses, jumpers and leggings, as does Harry’s scar and Buckbeak the Hippogriff.

The second launch in October will include a black velvet cloak and a matching party dress among other lines.

The range was developed in-house by Mini Boden in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products.

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