Giordano goes kawaii with Disney Tsum Tsum!

Seeing the cartoon characters we grew up with surely makes us remember the good old days. It brings back happy and carefree...

Seeing the cartoon characters we grew up with surely makes us remember the good old days. It brings back happy and carefree childhood memories—sitting at the sofa watching TV all day, singing Disney movie theme songs, and lining up at the theaters for the latest cartoon flick.

With this, Giordano treats you with the ‘Disney Tsum Tsum Collection’ featuring the most adorable Disney characters in their cutest forms. Disney Tsum Tsum, from the Japanese word ‘tsumu’ which means ‘to stack,’ is a popular Japanese mobile puzzle game that became a retail hit with a range of collectible stackable stuffed toys first introduced in the land of kawaii things. Now, these charming characters are on your well-loved high quality Giordano basics.



As part of the #WeAreFamily campaign, the collection features tsum tsum versions of classic and modern Disney characters perfect for everybody who loves all things kawaii. With printed tees featuring characters from classics Mickey Mouse, Aladdin and Dumbo, and modern favorites Monsters Inc, Toy Story, Big Hero 6 and Frozen – items in this awesome collection are guaranteed to please every generation. 




Available mostly in neutral hues, pieces from the collection balance out the playful and colorful Disney Tsum Tsums with Giordano’s signature colors.

With designs that are attractive to everyone who loves Disney and super cute things, items in this collection will be a sure hit for you and your loved ones! So, head right over to your nearest Giordano store and get your friends and family the cutest Disney Tsum Tsum tees. For more information about the collection, please visit www.giordano.ph. :)


Artsy Ava

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