British fashion designer Christopher Ræburn has teamed up with Disney to reimagine the world’s favorite cartoon couple, Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

Using the Christopher Ræburn animal mascots that accompany each season’s collection as the starting point, Raeburn has created two luxury unisex bags featuring the iconic talking mice. Ræburn worked closely with Disney to ensure the accuracy of the characters, while staying true to the brand’s ethos of sustainability – the bags are made from ethically-sourced nappa leather or organic European milled indigo denim.

The bags have a zipped compartment at the back of the body and a strap that adjusts to two lengths. The straps can be worn over the shoulder or held around the wrist.

Mickey and Minnie will debut during London Fashion Week and will be available from September 16 at Selfridges, The Conran Store in London, SOTO Berlin and other select retailers.

In other fashion news, Gosha Rubchinskiy is launching a new skate brand called PACCBET.

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