The well-known brands – HoMie and Disney – have joined forces to transport your favourite childhood figures from Disney to the HoMie brand of iconic streetwear.
The collection was inspired by the notion of friendship and is a nod to the joy Disney characters have spread universally for generations. It was specifically curated to spark positivity and fun to communities far and wide. Designed by the HoMie creative team and printed in Melbourne, the offering features full-coloured prints and bold embroidery.
The 18-piece capsule showcases staples for all, including an array of sets, t-shirts, shorts, hoodies, and socks. HoMie ensures all ranges are inclusive, and this collection is no exception. The pieces are designed in gender neutral classic cuts and features sizes XS to 3XL.
You can feel good and look good knowing that 100% of profits from this collection will go towards HoMie’s mission to support young people affected by homelessness or hardship. The Melbourne-born streetwear brand has established itself as a fashion company making a true difference since launching in 2015.
“This collection organically grew from wanting to produce a range that focuses heavily on fun, positivity and friendship after what has been a really difficult time for people,” says HoMie co-founder and Creative Director Marcus Crook.
“We wanted the range to be fun to wear, so you will find lots of bright colours, bold prints, premium embroidery, and my personal favourite – the matching sets – so you can be in head-to-toe Disney this summer.”
VP and GM CPC The Walt Disney Company ANZ Meagan Sanders says: “We are extremely proud to partner with HoMie and bring to life this bright and fun collection, supporting the charity’s incredible work within our communities.
“Featuring some of our most beloved characters, this collection will not only add some Disney magic to people’s wardrobes but contribute to making a real difference to young people affected by homelessness or hardship,” she adds.
The new collection from HoMie will be available here on November 16th at 8pm AEST.
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