Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Cinderella is in the air!

Maybe it's just us, but lately there has been more and more designers coming up with Cinderella based themes, and it's definitely because the newest Cinderella film is coming out in just a few short weeks!

Disney asked 9 designers to create their own rendition of what Cinderella's slipper would look like! The collaborations will be featured in stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Harrods, and Galeries Lafayette, featuring sparkle from the best, Swarovski.
The designers include: Jimmy Choo, Alexandre Birman, Charlotte Olympia, Jerome C. Rosseau, Nicholas Kirkwood, Paul Andrew, Salvatore Ferragamo, Rene Caovilla and Stuart Weitzman.

The shoes are said to be available in early March!

Many other people are hopping on the Cinderella inspiration band wagon as well.

We all know and love Lauren Conrad for her impeccable style and from our favourite MTV show 'The Hills', after she's written 7 books has decided to continue on with her collaboration with Kohl's, with inspiration from Disney's Cinderella, and we are so very glad she did!

The collection features pastels and neutrals with a whimsical feel. No matter how old you get, every person has always dreamed of drifting off into one of Disney's classic fairy tales, and now you finally can!

Lauren is the star in the campaign, featuring herself in a enchanted forest setting, which includes teepees, tea cups and fairy light. Her inspiration from the collection came from Disney's 1950 Cinderella film, which is apparent in the bows, sparkle, leaves and castles. The 24 piece collection consists of dresses, skirts, sweaters and knits starting at $44-$80. This collection is perfect for anyone who has ever dreamed of being a princess, featuring a glass slipper sweater, a tulle skirt, fawn heels, and organza bow back dress and a tea length skirt!

The collection is expected to be available in stores and online for purchase on February 22, just in time for Disney's newest adaptation of the film, Cinderella in theatres March 13!

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