Spine-Tingling Seatbeltbags from HARVEYS Coming to Disney's Vault 28

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It’s that time of year again … and while you can’t exactly feel the chill in the air, I can show you something that is bound to send chills up your spine. Last year’s debut of “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas” HARVEYS for Disney Couture collection was an instant hit with Disney fans, but I’m here to tell you … that you’ve seen nothing yet. If you are true fan of HARVEYS Seatbeltbags® and “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas,” then buckle up because I’m about to make your day.

As you’ve seen in the film, Jack and Sally add their own sense of style and flair to HalloweenTown. Well what if I told you that the team from HARVEYS have brought Jack and Sally to life, in a new form and fashion? Just imagine Jack’s striped suit and Sally’s patchwork dress on many of HARVEYS most popular signature styles.

While I can’t give you a sneak peek of the actual bags, check out some of the art that will appear on certain pieces in the collection!

So of course, I had to ask my friend Ashley from HARVEYS, what else makes this collection special? Want the scoop? This year, Ashley says, “Our design team has taken it to the next level! SERIOUSLY! The collections offer something for everyone! The interpretation of Jack and Sally’s signature outfits plus our latest and greatest Seatbeltbag silhouettes are a match made in heaven … kind of like Jack & Sally!”

Now remember, on the day of release, Disney Vault 28 will open at 8 a.m. which is when they will go on sale. What makes the day even more special is that both Dana and Melanie Harvey will be appearing at Disney Vault 28 from 1 to 3 p.m. Find out more on www.ArtofDisneyParks.com.

These new collections are set to launch on September 8 at Disney Vault 28 in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort and honestly, words cannot describe them. So, if this is collection is considered a “nightmare,” then I must be dreaming!

(Posted from the Disney Parks Blog)