Loungefly Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary October 2021 Pre-Orders
August 31, 2021
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The Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary Loungefly collection is available for pre-order starting September 1st at 12 AM EST. Get ready for one of the cutest cosplay accessories! Here’s what we can look forward to:
Loungefly Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary Celebrations Toss Mini Backpack
Loungefly Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary Peek-a-Pooh Crossbody Bag
Loungefly Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary Parade Zip Around Wallet
Loungefly Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary Honey Pot Convertible Bucket Mini Backpack
Loungefly Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary Accordion Wallet
Hip Hip Pooh-Ray! I’ve got a rumbly in our tumbly and a spring in our step, which can only mean one thing. Loungefly has done it again with this gorgeous set designed in honor of the 95th anniversary of the wonderful Winnie-the-Pooh.
With a design inspired by the charming tale of Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, it features the scene where Pooh and Piglet are celebrated as heroes of the Hundred Acre Wood in a blanket toss, and it’s topped off with Tigger on the back alongside the lyric ‘A’truly they’re the heroes of the day!’
Like honey to the bee, any Winnie The Pooh fan will be totally drawn to the amazing Winnie The Pooh mini bucket backpack from Loungefly.
Created to look like a big oozing pot of Pooh’s favorite food, ‘Hunny,’ this sweet bag features Pooh in its element surrounded by some buzzing bees. It can be converted from a backpack to a crossbody by repositioning the straps.
These designs are so glorious that they would look just as wonderful on your back as they would on display, sure to be a huge fan favorite.
In addition, look for more September 2021 pre-orders bags arriving in October 2021 on our dedicated page here or the Loungefly Winnie the Pooh collection.
Winnie the Pooh, the adorable little bear protagonist of the children’s stories created by Alan Alexander Milne, lives in a house built in the Hundred Acre Wood and shares adventures with his friends Tigger, Piglet, and Rabbit, among others.
This tale, made into a movie by Walt Disney, has a curious history. The names and scenarios are taken from real life. It was part of the New York Times Best Sellers list, and its characters have been the subject of psychological studies with surprising results.
Curiosities about Winnie the Pooh
His son’s teddy bear, Christopher Robin Milne, inspired the author to create Winnie the Pooh. But his name was taken from a real black bear named Winnie, who lived in a London zoo.
The “Pooh” was added to the character’s name when the family met a swan at Christmas, whom they nicknamed “Pooh.”
“The 100 Acre Wood” is real and is part of Ashwood Forest in East Sussex. Many of the places frequented by Winnie the Pooh are where the author’s son played.
The licenses to use the story were bought by producer Stephen Slesinger in 1930, who used them to sell toys and board games in the United States and Canada. Walt Disney later purchased the rights to produce the famous cartoons.
Initially, Winnie the Pooh did not wear a red T-shirt but was naked. This was added after Slesinger bought the rights.
The writer’s son was never happy with his father using his name. In his memoir, he mentioned that his father achieved fame by standing on his shoulders, leaving him with “empty fame.”
Winnie the Pooh is the only bear to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in April 2006. Other cartoons also have stars, such as Mickey Mouse, Kermit the Frog, and Bugs Bunny.
Loungefly Winnie the Pooh 95th Anniversary October 2021 Pre-Orders (Mini Backpack. Crossbody, Wallet, and Accordion)
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