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Every brand has a muse: Dior has Marion Cotillard, Maje has Alexa Chung, and Lanvin has...Minnie Mouse. Disney's been getting its chic on for a few months now, beginning with the Barney's Electric Holiday campaign, and it's not ending any time soon. Not sure if these photos of Minnie Mouse celebrating Disneyland Paris' 20th anniversary in Lanvin are going to inspire any high-fashion tours of the park, but hey, they sure are fun to look at!
The dress is custom, but that goes without saying. Just like everyone who ever wore red-and-white polka dots was copying Minnie, now everyone who wears Lanvin will be officially jealous of her style. Not that she would say something so uncouth outloud, but it's implied.
We can't help but wonder who's under that Minnie costume — whoever it is, though, just earned infinite cred in the cosplay community. That said, we only have one request for Alber. Can Minnie walk in the next Lanvin show? Please?
It’s Fashion Theory 101: Even though there’s been little to indicate that hem lengths have anything to do with the economy, it’s a connection that people point to as evidence that fashion and society are innately connected. When times are good, skirts get shorter; during hard times, lengths get lengthier (never mind read
Shoes. Let's get some shoes. No, seriously. We pretty much want everything we spotted on the streets of NYC during Fashion Week. Shoes can make or break an outfit. And, that's why, this season more than ever, showgoers brought their A game in the footwear department.
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