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Freddie Fox is great at hide-and-seek.
Pia Panda, an environmentalist who secretly loves fast cars.
December is here. The last month of the year is when everyone gives themselves a break from routine. It’s when you just want to break away from expectations and practicality, go a little crazy, and do things that say you are fun and to be fun. And fun is what we’re getting here, starting with these animal-design bags that have – what do you know? – back stories. – BG
LESPORTSAC X DONNA WILSON
Ziggy Cat is a huge fan of David Bowie and hot dogs with mustard.
It’s hard not to be delighted by the British textile designer’s creatures: soft toys that could have been made by a child with limited resources but a healthy imagination. Three of her iconic creations – Freddie Fox, Pia Panda and Ziggy Cat – are now on the American brand’s classic Magazine totes to bring a big smile to our faces. All in polyester, $140 each.
PHOTOGRAPHY TAN WEI TE
Something Cute: Part 2 of 2
PANDORA’S DISNEY CHARMS
Even the most jaded baby boomer or indifferent Gen Y (or Z) individual will soften at sight of a Disney character. The Danish jeweller doesn’t have them all, but it has some of our favourites: Mickey and his sweetheart Minnie, Lilo and her sidekick Stitch, and Bambi and his best mate Thumper.
Top left and right: Mickey and Minnie sterling silver charms with cubic zirconia and enamel engraving, from $249 each.
Left: Bambi and Thumper sterling silver charms, from $89 each.
Above: Lilo and Stitch sterling silver charms with multicoloured enamel engraving, from $99 each.
Sterling silver bracelets sold separately: $129, or $159 with cubic zirconia charms.