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We want this The Little Mermaid-inspired men's fashion collection

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The great thing about the printed sweater trend was that we could walk around with a giant Tiger face (thanks to Kenzo) or Bambi (Thanks to Givenchy) on our chest and not feel like a 10-year-old. So here at Stylist, we're always on the hunt for the next best sweater motif and we think we've found it.

It's grey and bears the face of Ursula, the wicked sea witch from The Little Mermaid. The only downside is it's a men's sweater.

British designer Bobby Abley has created an entire collection inspired by the 1989 Disney film. It features a jumper with Sebastian's face, a t-shirt with Ariel's bra shells and a skateboard in the shape of Ursula's pet eels.

Abley, who is known for his Cartoon-inspired prints, used iridescent fabrics to keep the under the sea vibe. The collection will be out in summer 2015.

(Images: Bobby Abley, Rex Features)

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