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Hunter just dropped a Mary Poppins-inspired Disney collab

And you can discover the boots, brollies and bags at their Regent Street event – it's supercalifragilistic...(you get the idea)

By Time Out in association with Hunter

Festival staple of the global glitterati (we see you, Glasto), Hunter wellies have been keeping us mud-free since 1856. From the toes of indie-queen Alexa Chung to the feet of actual princess Meghan Markle, there's no denying this Brit brand is pretty damn iconic. It only makes sense, then, that any Hunter collaborations happen in partnership with another cultural staple. Enter media-supremos: Disney.

Yep, you heard right – Hunter are launching a limited-edition lifestyle collection with an injection of Disney magic. Not only does the collab celebrate ‘Mary Poppins Returns’, which is due to release in UK cinemas this December, but they're holding a special event in their Regent Street flagship store, too.

So what can you expect? Well, you'll be able to browse the collection, from footwear to accessories, and get your mitts on some practically perfect treats, too. Since it's the age of the internet, there's also a photo booth where you can create Hunter x ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ animated gifs and if you get peckish, no sweat: the festive popcorn cart and toffee apples are totally worth embracing the tourist traffic for.  

As if that wasn't enough, Hunter is putting on an interactive lucky dip, where a whole host of merch is on offer – just make sure you quote ‘TimeOut’ if you fancy entering. Plus, it's the only place that you can purchase the official Mary bag. So if you wanna be as glamorous as Julie Andrews herself, then we recommend skipping down to Hunter, 83/85 Regent Street, W1B 4ENT on Saturday November 17 and Sunday November 18

Who knew a spoonful of rubber could be so alluring? For more info, head here.


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