After the runway show of the bambi-hoodie by Riccardo Tisci back in 2013, the new creative director of the Parisian maison, Matthew Williams, creates a limited edition full of nostalgia named “The Wonder Gallery”. 

The partnership was born from the nostalgic feeling of Williams, Californian born, who like many kids grew up in the 90s with the cult of the legendary Disney characters. The drop is composed only of 7 items in black & white jersey, 3 t-shirts and 2 sweatshirts, with printed silhouettes of some of the most beloved characters in Disney cinematography: the One Hundred and One Dalmatians, Olaf and Elsa of Frozen and the already used Bambi. Among them there’s also Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, a character created by Walt Disney a year before the famous Mickey Mouse, abandoned in 1943 and of which Disney lost the rights following a fraud.

“Disney – says the designer – has always had a special place in my heart, as it has always had for many generations, countries and cultures. As a Californian boy and father in Paris, Disney has always been a source of significant moments. It is a real honor to bring out two iconic brands together for this project”.