So what will we be getting our eager hands on? It’s safe to say we have a totally stunning new collection featuring some Disney gems that are sure to take pride of place in your collection. Take a look below…
Just like the Mandalorian, any fan of the popular Star Wars series will find it hard to walk away from this amazing The Mandalorian The Child Figural Backpack from Danielle Nicole. Packed full of DN trademark design details, this backpack has super tactile faux shearling and shimmery suede finishes and intricately embroidered 3D features. It’ll look just like you are carrying Baby Yoda on your back, and quite frankly, who wouldn’t want that?
Who could resist the charms of Baby Yoda, AKA The Child? The real star of The Mandalorian series (in our eyes), this cute little creature with some impressive powers is certainly one we’d love to hold close at all times.
With a dazzling sparkly finish and faux shearling details, this Mandalorian The Child crossbody bag from Danielle Nicole is a total dream come true and a fitting tribute to such a huge icon of 2020.
Brilliantly combining a contemporary cylinder bag shape with the cutest of little fluffy aliens, this adorable Lilo & Stitch Disney Crossbody Bag from Danielle Nicole from the hugely coveted US brand Danielle Nicole is all set to steal some hearts.
Featuring some fab design details such as a super-soft blue furry belly, large 3D ears and embroidery, it’s the perfect tribute to Stitch, AKA Experiment 626.
Just like Flynn Rider, we are mightily impressed with this magical frying pan shaped Disney Tangled Wristlet Bag from Danielle Nicole. A handy weapon in the much-loved Disney movie, this fabulous accessory has all the magical details you would expect from a Danielle Nicole bag. With a sweet embroidered magic golden flower, illustrations of Rapunzel and her pals and an utterly adorable Pascal zip puller, we are to completely smitten.
Expected in just a few weeks, don’t miss out on your dream bag and be one of the first to know when they are available by signing up to the waiting lists to receive an email alert the moment they hit the site.