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Vintage Disney sketches inspire newest Primark collaboration

Primark has unveiled its latest collaboration with Disney – with the range of loungewear and pyjamas featuring designs inspired by vintage Walt Disney Animation Studios sketches.

Described as ‘archive sketchbooks meets wardrobe staples’ by the retailer, the new collection features Mickey and Minnie Mouse, as well as Bambi.

Products include a classic grey sweatshirt and jogger tracksuit embellished with soft sketches of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, along with all-over print leggings, a 2-in-1 cross body bag, khaki money pouch, card and phone holder, plus a sweatshirt and cycling shorts set.

There is also a range of Bambi nightwear including an all-over print shorts and tee pyjama set, green double strap fluffy sliders and eye mask, pyjama leggings and a Disney Sketch Bambi XL shopper bag and 1 litre bottle.

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