My oh my, we are truly loving this blast from Disney’s past.

The up and coming U.K. designer Bobby Abley has done the unthinkable and brought The Little Mermaid back into our lives through his '90s skater-fashion inspired collection. 

It all began in June 2014 during London Men’s Fashion Week. After nearly year of hard work, Bobby has given Ariel and everyone under the sea a second life on land - yes, even Ursula gets a feature. 

Keep eyes on Selfridges and Berlin's VooStore for the collection. 

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