Jeremy Scott's fall Ready to Wear collection images hit the 'net over the weekend, featuring a variety of Mickey Mouse-inspired pieces. Since it's high fashion, and since this dude kind of does whatever he wants, we're guessing JS didn't go ahead and officially collaborate with the entertainment house (the adidas are probably going to be a problem with infringement).
Disney does love getting the brand out there, though, and maybe Mr. Scott should have hit them up. There are a lot of other brands who've collaborated with the mega-brand in the recent past, and this nod would have gotten the guys excited. Enough to take Walt's head out of the freezer and show him? Probably not, but you never know. Click through for a rundown on Disney's greatest recent attempts at being relevant to people over ten...
NEMESIS PROJECT x DISNEY BLOC 28 24" CRUISER
• What if Mickey rode BMX? Um, cool? These bikes launched in November of last year (2008), so tracking one down might take some leg work. The countdown to Mickey on a fixie, starts...now.
THE HUNDREDS x DISNEY T-SHIRTS AND NEW ERAS
• To be perfectly honest, we didn't know what was going to happen with the Disney "Lost Boys" stuff from the Hundreds. It was cool, but you know, we weren't 100% sure if people would like it. Well, the stuff sold out the first day. Insert joke about relevancy of print media style editors here.
etnies PLUS x DISNEY EVIL LORD UPSETTER AND SLY SNEAKERS
• For it's Spring collection (dropping April 1), etnies Plus went Disney and took two different themes, channeling Fantasia and the classic cartoon, Plane Crazy. If you're a fan, these are all you.
WASHBURN GUITARS x DISNEY
• Stairway x Mickey, goin nuts. These drop in '09, and if you're considering rocking a guitar with Mickey on it, we recommend you have a look at the Hannah Montana one as well.