When news broke, we were a gaggle of girls who inadvertently reminded each other of the perks of growing up and leaving some questionable teen behaviour behind. Now, for the motivation behind this behaviour – we weren’t sure if it was the mention of Disney, a new collection by Satya Paul, or that Masaba was the genius behind it all. Either way, this is everything. Not so much in terms of wearability or accessibility, {we can imagine some haters}, but this is what collaborations are made of. Queen of prints comes together with a long standing design studio, and effortlessly infuses Disney’s iconic colour palettes and prints.

The collection, entitled ‘MonoPop,’ features the official Disney mascot Mickey Mouse, and like every lasting union in Disney, Minnie Mouse. Every visual you’re having about Masaba and Disney is spot on {hello kitsch}, and the entire collection sticks to Disney’s primary colour palette of red, black, white and yellow. The idea was to bring out Disney archival artwork to an Indian audience, therefore the printed saris and scarves. So far. we’ve managed to get a look at the red, black and white graphic printed sari, complete with shadows of Mickey and Minnie {those ears}, a yellow, black and white polka dot sari, and a solid black with a black, white and red pallu, paired with a self embossed, black on black Mickey Mouse blouse. Besides the saris, there’s also shirts, scarves, accessories {bags} and tunics. We’d understand if the sari got too much for the conservatists, so reign the fabric in, and go with a scarf. Because, let’s face it, who ever said no to Disney.

Go the whole nine yards, for a happily ever after. Complete with a shooting star. Or scarf. You pick.

The entire Masaba, Satya Paul and Disney line should be in stores this month sometime. Keep your ears open for when and where. We promise to keep you updated.