»»“Remember…Dreams Come True.” has not only a golden quote from Walt Disney, the characters created by Disney has always live in our minds since childhood, which influence us deeply even we have grown up.
With more film produced by Disney, the Disney Princesses and Disney Characters (Minnie, Mickey…etc.) has often been manipulated by internet users, creating a different fashion of 21st century. Disney’s Princesses means Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Mulan, Pocahontas, Princess and the Frog, and Rapunzel are the most focused one. Under Sashii-Kami’s hands, the princesses have their own closets of ready to wear that are more chic than before. In addition, the fashion magazines were also been manipulated with princesses as models, which includes Vogue, Teen Vogue, and Harpar’s Bazaars. Aside from the princesses, the classic cartoon characters, Mickey and his friends, are also been played around in the hands of internet illustrators. With Amy Mebberon’s unique taste, Minnie and Daisy are both fashioned with Jason Wu, Giorgio Armani, Burberry, Valentino, Donna Karen, Dior, and Diana Farkhullina.
In addition to the internet world, magazines are often using characters as their muses. With fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz, princesses are portrayed by Hollywood and sports stars such as David Beckham, Scarlett Johansson, and Rachael Weisz. The princesses are 3Dized in fashion and the most fitted persons to interpret them. In Spanish Elle of 2010, the “Disney Interpret the Fashion Industry” was launched and the fashion designers were portrait through the wits of Disney character drawing group. Furthermore, 2009’s Germany and Russia Vogue has both used Disney as their main theme while 2012 January’s France Elle invited Canadian Supermodel Heather Marks to have a fashion party with Disney’s character in Disneyland.
For accessories, Fashion Arts Foundation invited Minnie as the spokesperson of 2013 London Fashion Week with 9 designers collaborated for a collection of “The Minnie Mouse Must Have” to raise money for fashion on eBay. Moreover, Disney collaborated with Swarovski to create a set of crystal that featured Disney characters (Including cartoon and princesses) with Tinkerbell as the Christmas special. In addition, there is also collaborations between Comme des Garçon and Disney’s Star Wars, creating a collaboration shirts based on the prints of the star wars character. The collection is now available on the brand’s website.
With Christmas celebration, Disney collaborates with Barneys New York and Harrods for Christmas window while turning the Disneyland around the globe to a magic wonder of Christmas. And for 2013, Disney’s new princesses’ series The Snow Queen will debut their 12th princesses, which might as well create a new fashion comeback for Disney for later of this year.««