In a somewhat surprising collaboration, decidedly cool Danish label Wood Wood has teamed up with Disney for an unexpectedly playful capsule collection.

The graphic range sees a distorted ‘House of Mirrors’ Mickey Mouse warped across an understated and contemporary series of shirts, bombers, sweaters and skirts. Fitting with the label’s Scandinavian aesthetic, lines are clean and styling is minimal across the signature Wood Wood styles.

A stretched and mirrored Mickey comes smattered across lines for both men and women, as well as a limited range of accessories. You can preorder the goods from October 27 with the range launching at Wood Wood on November 3.

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