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No optical illusions here. The bags that look like cartoons

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At first glance, these bags might look like an accessories from the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, but don't let your eyes deceive you.

These are genuine, real-life totes and clutch bags designed to look like they're straight from the world of cartoons.

Japanese brand Jump From Paper specialise in these bold and playful designs and hope to "fulfill everyone’s childhood fantasy" by selling them.

The bags have been worn by pastel-loving fashion bloggers such as Kailey Flyte of Mermaidens, Yuwei Zhangzou of Yu Yu Fashion Book and Kate Hannan of Tumblr An Artful Life.

Every season a new collection is released, alongside its classic bags in bright and fun colours such as yellow, pink, purple, green and orange.

Prices start from £70 for a bag and £30 for a purse and can be purchased from their website or saatchistore.com.

 

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