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We’re sure the state of the world right now makes you wish you could turn back time (shoutout to Cher). Unfortunately, the scientific community seems to be dragging its feet with time travel technology at the moment, so the best we can do is indulge in a little escapism. What better way to relive the bliss and innocence of childhood than with a sip of Coca-Cola joy, and a little Disney magic?

Coca-Cola decided to pull out all the stops to mark the momentous occasion of DisneylandⓇ Paris’ 30th anniversary this year. The beverage purveyor has been collaborating with the magical European park since day one, ensuring a visit to the Magic Kingdom is a truly multi-sensory experience. The result of this celebratory mood is a limited edition collection curated by Highsnobiety, featuring wardrobe staples such as baseball caps, t-shirts, and hoodies — released earlier this year, we’re now able to see the pieces for the first time ‘in the wild’. Named “Classic Paris”, the ‘90s-minimalism-inspired collection introduces a joint Coca-Cola X DisneylandⓇ Paris logo to mark the momentous occasion, and follows France’s national “bleu, blanc, rouge” (blue, white, red) color palette but with a grunge sentiment. A tote bag is available as well, to ensure you’re properly equipped for your next adventure inside Europe’s most visited theme park.

With the collection’s help, you can dive deep into the fantastical Coca-Cola universe and become the master of your own magical story — and if you need any outfit inspiration, we’ve taken the liberty of including a glimpse into how some of Europe’s most stylish online folk are wearing their pieces:

Chi Virgo

London’s hottest new obsession Chi Virgo is proof that Coke is for badasses too. Rocking the collection with black combat boots, mesh sleeves, and spiky jewelry all over, Chi’s slaying a lot more than dragons in her Princess fantasy.

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Chong Johnny Lu

Sporting the vibrant red hoodie with the black baseball cap, classic ‘90s-style oversized jeans and a pair of chunky white sneakers, Germany’s newest style icon is ready for a modern fairytale.

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Till Jagla

As founder of NFT sneaker brand Flowers for Society, Till Jagla certainly has an eye for style. The German sneakerhead covets practicality, too, and sports a black utility vest over his hoodie.

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Ruddy Trobrillant

To get properly informed about the new collection, Parisian Ruddy Trobrillant went on a business research trip — to DisneylandⓇ Paris, that is.

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Mihail Amoli

Step aside, Eden — Mihail Amoli’s garden is the place to be. The Madrid-based YouTuber, model and creator reconnects with the magic of nature through Coca-Cola's lens.

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Ilaria Grande

Ilaria Grande’s giving you the perfect opportunity to admire the “Classic Paris” on the back of her hoodie: while you stand in line for your Chinatown snack.

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Marc-Henri Ngandu

Marc-Henri Ngandu is jetting off to Neverland, glass of wine in hand.

Natalie Winter

Dorothy had the yellow brick road, Natalie Winter has the black brick building.

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