Stylish and Honey-Sweet Winnie the Pooh Bags and Accessories Released by Maison de FLEUR

14.January.2021 | FASHION

Tokyo-based gift shop Maison de FLEUR released a new Winnie the Pooh collection last Friday (January 8) via the online website STRIPE CLUB.

Winnie the Pooh Tote Bag | ¥4,990 (Before Tax)

Winnie the Pooh Round Pouch | ¥3,590 (Before Tax)

Winnie the Pooh Tissue Case | ¥3,290 (Before Tax)

Winnie the Pooh iPhone Case | ¥3,290 (Before Tax) | Case Sizes: 7/8/SE, X/XS, 11, 11pro

Piglet Tote Bag | ¥4,790 (Before Tax)

Piglet Round Pouch | ¥3,950 (Before Tax)

Piglet Tissue Case | ¥3,290 (Before Tax)

Piglet iPhone Case | ¥3,290 (Before Tax) | Case Sizes: 7/8/SE, X/XS, 11, 11pro

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    Catalog No.: ZA181052 – Square shape that makes you look smart and punctual.

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    Catalog No.: ZA181054 – Fox-shaped glasses that bring out femininity and personality.

     

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    Honey Line
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    Catalog No.: ZS182002 – A sweet design inspired by runny honey with elegant thin rims.

    Catalog No.: ZS182003 – This design jumps on the trend of oversized glasses. The honeycomb shaped studs on the sides make you look cool.

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    ■Information
    Disney Collection Created by Zoff “Winnie the Pooh Series”
    Available: Zoff stores, Zoff online store, Zoff Rakuten, ZOZOTOWN and elsewhere
    Release Date: September 14, 2018
    Pre-orders: From August 31 via the Zoff online store
    Price: ¥7,000-¥9,000 (Pre-Tax)
    *Comes with original design glasses case and cloth.
    Types: London Line – 16 Pairs (4 Shapes, 4 Designs) / Honey Line – 9 Pairs (3 Shapes, 3 Colours)
    Webpage: http://www.zoff.co.jp/sp/disney-collection

    *Winnie the Pooh Series to go live on the website on August 31

     

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