The House of the Mouse and the Parisian luxury label have dropped a second capsule as part of their ongoing collaboration.
Calling Cruella: Disney’s latest collection with Givenchy has arrived. The French fashion house and the House of the Mouse have debuted a new capsule inspired by the original 101 Dalmatians film, marking the second limited-edition release from the two brands’ ongoing collaboration.
Priced from $230 to $5,320, the collection comprises women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, accessories, jewelry and pet goods starring Perdita, Pongo and their 98 playful pups. (Yes, four-pawed luxury lovers are having quite the fashion moment.) Givenchy’s iconic 4G motif gets the spotted treatment in embroidered wool cardigans, distressed denim jackets and slim-fit jeans, logo sweaters, jogger pants, leather carryalls, sneakers, printed cotton jersey basics, reversible bucket hats, baseball caps and more. Statement pieces such as printed leather varsity jackets, cropped embroidered bombers, baby pink wool and mohair blazers and pants and the Medium G Tote round out the second collab.
There are also separable enamel and silver-finish brass heart necklaces and rings (to share with your best friend), leather dog collars, leashes with waste bag holders, wallets, card holders, metal flasks and other accoutrements for humans and pets.
In the spirit of the movie’s cartoon canines, Givenchy and Walt Disney Animation Studios dreamed up an animated short film that sees the 101 dalmatians embark on an adventure in the City of Lights. Creative director Matthew M. Williams, Kate Moss and Cruella De Vil also star in the video, which was overseen by renowned Disney animator Eric Goldberg.
In a statement, Goldberg explains: “To have the opportunity to tell a story and create new animation with the characters from 101 Dalmatians, through the imaginative and playful lens of the House of Givenchy, was an absolute dream. It was a true light to collaborate with such talented creators to bring these beloved characters back to life in such a unique way.”