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We may be a few years outside of their target age demographic, but we can appreciate star power when we see it, and these Disney Channel celebs have it in spades. So to give some props to the girls who will probably be ruling the red carpet in ten years time — or, if past precedent is any indication, ruling the Chateau Marmont — we’ve rounded up the best looks from the Radio Disney Awards and found a perfectly paired accessories for you to take home for yourself. Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone you’re taking style tips from a 15-year-old.
Barneys finally unveiled its controversial “Electric Holiday” video at the New York City flagship store on Wednesday night. The full five-minute digital short is available on the retailer’s website, and we got a good look at what the uproar about “skinny Minnie” was all about.
For the holiday season, Barneys and Disney teamed up on what sounded like a cool collaboration — our favorite animated characters were getting all gussied up in fashionable wares for a short 3D film. But Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, and others got more than just the high-fashion treatment — they all went on a digital diet.
Beloved Disney characters are getting a fashion makeover this holiday season with the help of Barneys. The two companies have teamed up on a three-dimensional short film featuring Disney characters as supermodels.
Gird your loins, ladies! Fifty Shades Of Grey clothing, hosiery and, yes, underwear, is on its its way. But the licensing companes behind it may come as a bit of a surprise.
Disney is rereleasing Cinderella later this year, and they’ve teamed up with Christian Louboutin to mark the occasion.
Recovering bulimic Demi Lovato has called out the Disney Channel on Twitter for airing an episode of Shake It Up in which one of the characters quips, “You are adorable! I could just eat you guys up. Well, if I ate.”
When you think about it, it really was only a matter of time before a brand as lucrative as Toy Story got its own clothing line. But also, when you think about it, a Toy Story clothing line that includes garments for people who aren’t under the age of 8 just seems really, really bizarre.
You can file this under Things We Wish Were Real. While last month we took a look at what Disney costumes would look like if they were actually historically accurate, this month gives us what their Vogue covers would look like if they were real people. (Because real princesses totally get Vogue covers.)
This week Kate Middleton‘s $400,000 wedding dress went on display, Karl Lagerfeld unveiled his plans for Macy’s, and Harper Beckham made her Twitter (and Facebook!) debut. Also, Valentino had some things to say about Christian Louboutin and Summer’s Eve proved it really is the worst.
Before Kate Middleton became the most fashionable royal around, when little girls dreamed of becoming princesses they thought of Cinderella and Snow White. But one LA-based illustrator researched and found that Disney‘s famous princess frocks just didn’t match up to the time period the princesses lived in. (To be honest, it never crossed our minds that anything Disney matched up with history, or reality for that matter.)
It takes a lot to convince adults to believe in fairy tales, but Annie Leibovitz makes a pretty good case with her new Disney Dreams portraits.
Sometimes you just don’t mess with an original. First Mean Girls, and now Minnie Mouse – what is with this week, people? Disney has redesigned the cartoon icon for Forever 21, and the resulting rodent is totally creepy looking.
Most movie tie-in products suck. So, in an attempt to do right by, well, itself and its new movie “Tron,” Disney collaborated with Canadian shoe designer Jerome Rousseau to create the gorgeous piece of shoe you see above.
Disneyland is supposed to be a place of happiness, joy, and of course, princess costumes. But one woman isn’t feeling the magic. 26-year-old Imane Boudal is suing Disneyland for discrimination after she was told she could not do her job if she chose to wear her religious headscarf.
Break out your Bik’s ladies, because in a move to remove some of those mousey restrictions, Disney recently announced that it’s female employees will have the right to bare legs.
We were pleasantly surprised when Elle Espana turned some of our favorite designers into Disney characters. Seeing Karl Lagerfeld as Goofy and Donatella Versace as Daisy Duck made us laugh and reminisce. While the days of Disney may seem far away, it’s not difficult to be reminded of the joy a cartoon can bring. Maybe that’s why fashion seems to be footnoting Disney left and right. Today, there were two separate references in WWD to the cartoon powerhouse.
One of the most memorable spreads of the last few years was when Harper’s Bazaar went all cartoony on us with their Simpsons in Paris spread. Linda Evangelista was their guide and Versace, Karl Lagerfeld, Alber Elbaz, Jean Paul Gaultier, and others all made cameos in the illustrated presence of Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa. Elle Espana has taken a cue from Bazaar and given some of the industry’s most important designers a Disney makeover.
She dazzled us on the Kids’ Choice Awards “Orange Carpet” and makes tweens across the world scream at the very mention of her name. Selena Gomez’s success can be measured by many of her Disney counterparts’ successes — Miley, Hilary, Demi, Vanessa. Their names translate into many things, among them sparkly lip glosses packaged with their respective brands and, of course, dollar signs.