On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Disneyland Paris, Minnie will decorate her impressive dressing room with a trouser suit, giving her many skirts and dresses for the first time in the closet. A major evolution in the style of the most flirtatious mouse in the world, which will be signed by British designer Stella McCartney, best known for her dedication to fashion that respects the planet and animal welfare.
Fashion addicts just have to be careful! Minnie, planetary icon, who shares a dressing room with more than 450 costumes with Mickey, will trade her legendary skirts and dresses for a chic pantsuit for the very first time. Leave the pink and the fringe, make way for less gender-related fashion, featuring a fully transformed Minnie. If Minnie Mouse plans to wear the new attire of the light, including an iridescent dress made especially for the park’s 30th Spring, she’ll also be donning this costume that, I must say, fits her perfectly.
Inclusion and sustainability
To mark this size change in Minnie’s wardrobe, it took a renowned designer. It’s done because it’s Stella McCartney who had the honor of making a suit for one of the two most famous mice in the world. The British designer wanted to design a blue trouser suit that was completely covered in black dots and decorated with bows. An outfit that shows a wish to change mindset, while staying true to Minnie’s signature style. And who says Stella McCartney, says sustainability. A choice that allows the famous mouse to show off a suit made of fabrics from sustainable sources.
“Minnie has always had a special place in my heart. We share the same values. What I love about Minnie is that she embodies happiness, self-expression, authenticity and inspires people of all ages around the world. In addition, she has a special style! I wanted Minnie to wear her very first pantsuit at Disneyland Paris, so I designed one of my signature suits, a blue tuxedo, using responsibly sourced fabrics. »
One collaboration, multiple collections
We recall that the late creator Alber Elbaz was chosen to reinterpret Minnie’s silhouette at a major parade staged for the theme park’s 20th anniversary. Ten years later, fashion is still in the limelight of the mouse business and is now dominated by inclusion and sustainability. Minnie will wear the pantsuit for Women’s History Month, which takes place every March.
(ETX Daily Up)