Complete Your Spring Season Look With Hunter's Peter Rabbit Limited Edition Wellies

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Deanna Rivera in Fashion

Last updated: 13 March 2020, 12:01 GMT

Hunter unveiled this spring season the limited-edition collection in partnership with the new film “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway.

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Sony Pictures teamed up with the British brand, best known for its novelty rain boots, to create a series of collection for women and kids which features the mischievous Peter Rabbit character and his favorite spot, the vegetable patch. The iconic original Hunter wellies, priced at £110 and available in two colours - dark grey and burgundy while there are also kids' styles, £40 - available in red, blue and green and with a pull-on style.

 

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Selection of colorful backpack and key ring accessory are also available. Peter Rabbit backpacks - also in blue, red and green for £50 - and a Peter keyring, £8, to attach and complete the look.

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The Hunter collection will arrive in store, online and retail partners from Tuesday 17th March.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, the James Corden-starring, has had its release date pushed back five months due to Covid-19.

It is set to arrive in cinemas on Friday 27th March, but have suggested to delay ‘till August 7th.



Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced on Monday, to put the whole country on lockdown after it registers to be the second largest number of cases outside China.  All of the country's cinemas have closed, along with 40 picturehouses in France and more in many other countries.

Margot Robbie will return as the voiceover for Flopsy Rabbit, Rose Byrne as the voiceover for Bea, James Corden as Peter Rabbit and Elizabeth Debicki as Mopsy.

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In the sequel to Peter Rabbit, despite his efforts, Peter can't resist returning to his mischievous ways and venturing out of the garden once again. In the trailer, he can be seen stealing food from farmer's markets and hitching lifts on the back of moving lorries. Meanwhile, with Peter's family risking everything to find him, the naughty rabbit must decide what kind of bunny he wants to be.






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