The Belgian accessory label Kipling uses the media hype around the Disney bestseller and, together with Frozen, releases a special collection that pays tribute to the second part of the film.

The collection portfolio

The current Disney collection consists of 36 different pieces at prices between 19 and 169 Euros. The collection portfolio includes various accessories for children such as backpacks, cross body bags, pencil cases, purses and key rings. Mystical patterns alternate with prints by the popular characters Anna, Elsa, Olaf and Sven, which are used on different materials. “Our team has created a very special collection that not only highlights the development but also the strengths of each character. The bags are available in different versions, each reflecting a main character of the film. For Elsa, for example, we have combined her significant blue tone with black velvet and satin, which stands for her fearless nature. Anna’s focus is on the Faux-Sherpa material, which underlines her down-to-earthness. Olaf’s warmheartedness is picked up in the edition by soft nylon fabrics,” says designer Christine Lee.

The Kipling brand history

Already in 1987 the Belgian label was launched by the three friends through their common passion for crumple nylon. The company name Kipling comes from the jungle book author Rudyard Kipling and is supposed to visualize the adventure spirit of the brand. The trademark: a funny monkey pendant that is already being sold as an independent accessory. For the past 13 years, Kipling has regularly collaborated with designers on various brands and licenses. Kipling belongs to the VF Corporation, which includes various lifestyle brands worldwide. Founded in 1999, VF Corporation is now one of the largest apparel, footwear and accessories companies in the world.


New Kipling x Disney Holiday 2019 collection will be internationally available online and in all Kipling Stores from 04 October.


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