Cartoon couture: Designers create Disney-inspired runway fashion

Has Minnie ditched her dots?

Disney’s leading lady made her first-ever catwalk appearance in a demure Lanvin dress Saturday night — a more mature look for the renowned rodent, whose former style might be best described as “forever young.” (Let’s just say she’s been stuck in the ’20s a looong time.)

The occasion? A fashion show at Disneyland Paris, of course. For the event, designer Alber Elbaz replaced Minnie’s signature polka dots with an ornate display of sequins and jewels stitched on a blue neoprene dress. She’s lost her girlish bow as well, in favor of a crimson, jewel-encrusted tiara fit for all those high-society events a member of Disney royalty is sure to attend. Read more
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