For those of us determined to bypass adulthood—Hello Kitty remains a constant. The Japanese icon first hit the scene in 1974, adorning a coin purse. Designed by Yuko Shimizu, it quickly became a cult classic for both young and old. Now, the little kitty that could, is taking Italy by storm thanks to Furla.
In a creative collaboration where East meets West, the accessory brand takes Hello Kitty on a "romantic journey through the blossoming landscapes of Italy." The collection includes Metropolis crossbody inspired by Hello Kitty’s features, Metropolis crossbody with 3 digital prints starring Hello Kitty, and accessories that pick up the prints and themes. Get them while they last. Furla.com
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