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The 'Toy Story' Clothing Line Is Here, and It's Weird

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Yesterday, we announced that Disney had teamed up with Pixi to make Tinker Bell-inspired beauty products. Now Pixar is getting in on the collab action as well: they've teamed up with Hong Kong-based clothing brand Bossini on a line of Toy Story clothes. The collab, which includes men's, women's, kids, and some accessories, will only be available in a few select US Disney stores and will be "difficult to find." Is that because they're having a hard time finding adult women who want to wear Jessie ponchos?
· Toy Story Clothing Not Just for Jessie or Woody [GeekSugar]