FYI There’s A New Disney x Levi’s Collab

Oh boy.

When things get rough, we know there’s nothing like a good collab to ease our spirits. Lately, we’ve had Lucy Folk and Greening Australia, Moncler and Rick Owens, Drake and Future, and now — adding in a hefty dose of childhood nostalgia — is Disney and Levi’s. We seriously can’t get enough.

For this latest collab drop, Levi’s has partnered up with Disney for a ’90s-inspired capsule, featuring all our fav members from the clubhouse gang: Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy. Titled the Levi’s x Mickey & Friends collection, it focuses on something we’re all working on these days: staying connected. Using a mix of graphics and embroidered images, as well as quilted details, the collab gives us all the carefree comfort that we’re massively missing these days, from two classic brands with a perfectly modern update: reversible pieces featuring graphics of Mickey Mouse on the phone.

“We found this amazing graphic from the ‘30s with Mickey and Minnie on the phone, and we just felt like that image said it all,” says Levi’s Chief Product Officer Karyn Hillman. “We instantly knew that we wanted to do a collection built around the idea of staying connected. And we wanted to utilize these iconic Disney characters to tell that story.”

The brand then channeled that “optimistic and upbeat message,” into a range of denim, tees, hoodies, fleece, jackets, and accessories all with pops of colour and vintage graphics. If that weren’t enough, a lot of the pieces are reversible, like the bomber jacket, crewneck, and vest. Sign us up.

The collection is available at Levi’s stores and website now — just in time for the holidays. And that sure is swell. 🙂 

Image: courtesy of Levis x Disney

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