Disney villains who influenced fashion
Disney villains characters have long fascinated not only moviegoers, but also fashion designers. For example Vera Wong in the spring-summer 2020 collection shows a dress with a full skirt imitating the Maleficent wings, Rick Owens creates hypertrophied false shoulders resembling her horns, and Olivier Theyskens releases a cloak with a stand-up collar, exactly copying one of the outfits of the dark sorceress. Ricardo Silence in the Givenchy couture collection of 2010, Frida Giannini for the 2012 Gucci collection also used the image of this character. The most striking and at the same time not so obvious reference to the image was the work of Marc Jacobs in the fall-winter 2016 season.
Another image that impressed designers is the Worm Queen from Tim Burton's feature film, which appeared in the Disney universe in 1951. The character has become a favorite source of inspiration for Thom Browne and Yves Saint Laurent brands. The first even dedicated a whole collection of the autumn-winter 2013 season the Disney’s queen.
One of the most inspired Disney characters for fashion designers was Cruella De Vil from "101 Dalmatians". Interpreted Images of a thin aristocrat can be seen in the collections of Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent and others. Of course, the image of the evil queen has not ignored many fashion designers.