ELEVENPARIS Launches Disney Bambi Collection

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 16, 2014

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Bambi Goes to Paris–French brand ELEVENPARIS is teaming up with Disney for a capsule collection featuring one of its most famous characters–Bambi. Featuring t-shirts, sweatshirts and sports jerseys, the apparel is decorated with the number 42 (for 1942—the year “Bambi” made its film debut). Made for men and woman, the ELEVENPARIS x Bambi collection is too cute.

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1 thought on “ELEVENPARIS Launches Disney Bambi Collection”

  1. A nice idea but it caters to the over-done branding theme seen in fashion these days, which seems to be a cover-up for average design.

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