Disney’s Newest Collection Has Stitch Braving the Wild

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Hide the dishes! 2020 was all about Minnie Mouse Main Attraction but Stitch is about to change all that in the new year.

Stitch Crashes Disney is the new continuity series to hit shopDisney, Disney store and Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort and Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort. Every third Saturday of each month the monthly collection that features plush and pins will release to fans of the OG film from 2002. Keep scrolling to see the collection so far!

Stitch Crashes Beauty & the Beast

In typical Stitch form, the lovable character will be crashing classic Disney Animated films all throughout the year. First up, Stitch can be found sneaking into Disney’s Beauty and the Beast 30th anniversary with merch that features the film’s iconic roses and stained-glass artwork.

Stitch Crashes Lady and the Tramp

Last month, Stitch went head to head with Beauty and the Beast, and this month, the naughty character is in all sorts of spaghetti trouble. Inspired by the sweet scene we all know from Lady and the Tramp, Stitch ($29) is covered in all things noodles this month.

Stitch is made with satin, has an embroidered foot patch and comes with a "pile" of spaghetti with a meatball on top of his head. For a limited time, you can shop this month's collection of a plush, pin ($25), Magic Band and an assortment of apparel.

Stitch Crashes The Lion King

Stitch is at it again! The mischievous creatures has now crashed The Lion King! This month, you'll find a Stitch plush covered in a tribal pattern with adorable bugs on his head. 

Other items in this month's release include a customizable mug ($16.95), a jumbo pin ($24.99) and apparel items.

Wondering what’s coming in the next few months? Per shopDisney, it looks like Stitch will be crashing The Little Mermaid, Pinocchio and Aladdin!

––Karly Wood

All photos: Courtesy of Disney

 

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