Where to buy Disney's Mickey Memories this April as this month's Aviators collection comes out
Mickey Mouse is perhaps the most iconic animated character of them all, whose impact on the world began all the way back in 1920s America, where cinema was about to change forever.
To commemorate Mickey Mouse and all his adventures over the past century, the Disney Store are releasing a new edition plush that celebrates a theme in Mickey’s history, as well as pins and mugs with the same limited edition style.
Each new collectors design will go on sale on the 18th of every month, and will be exclusively available at the Disney Store, both online and in stores.
However, almost as soon as they’re released, the collections sell out, later re-appearing on eBay for hundreds of pounds.
So if you want to pick up yours without going bankrupt, or want to join in the Disney fan fleecing, you’ll need to be reading and rearing to buy yours come the 18th of April.
April’s Mickey Mouse Memories is a nod back to 1940s America, saluting the company’s aviators of the time by dressing the Walt Disney mascot in an exclusive leather exterior, complete with shearling lining.
Despite April’s Aviator collectibles not having actually gone on sale yet, Disney have already offered us a preview for what’s to come in May.
May 2018’s Mickey’s Memories range is to Blast into the Space Age, with a 1950s series of teddies and accessories, that hark back to America’s famous space exploration.
What’s been released so far?
An instant hit with kids thanks to its almost-overwhelming design, March’s Mickey goes back to the days of the 1930s.
For a time clouded by the Great Depression, 1930s Mickey Mouse is an over the top array of bold and bright graphics, as well as colourful patterns that employ his very own smiley face for their design.
February’s Mickey Mouse collection is a nod to the lavish art deco architecture of the time, commemorating Mickey all through the 1920s era.
That means lots of geometric patterns and decorative motifs, bold colours and vibrant colours, shown by ornamental 1920s Mickey with his bronzed gold hue.
It all begun at the start of the year, with January’s black-and-white offerings commemorating Mickey’s silver screen debut, inspired by Steamboat Willie, the film where it all began.
In a landmark move, Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks directed the first ever cartoon with synchronized sound, featuring Mickey Mouse himself, and thus the empire was built.
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