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The Jungle Book gets Cath Kidston treatment

Disney collaboration continues with new fashion, accessories, home and kids lines.

Cath Kidston is continuing with its popular Disney collaboration, with The Jungle Book the latest property to be given a makeover.

Launching on May 23, the new range features six hand-drawn prints across fashion, accessories, home and kids, with the collection aiming to celebrate ‘the rich design and illustration heritage of both brands’, reports Fashion United.

The new prints source original character illustrations from the 1967 classic animation, mixing deep greens and rich creams with a ‘hint of blush’.

The main print – Jungle Flowers – is seen across dresses, skirts, a pac-a-mac, bags and kidswear, featuring Bagheera and the gang along with Cath Kidston’s archival Winfield Flowers design.

Other prints include Waterlily River (on nightwear and bedding), Jungle Ditsy, Jungle Stripe and Shere Khan (on homewares).

The partnership between Cath Kidston and Disney began back in 2016, with the first collection focusing on Winnie the Pooh. This was followed by collections starring Mickey and Minnie Mouse, 101 Dalmatians, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and Bambi.

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