Disney Collaborates With Singapore Designers For Alice Through The Looking Glass-Inspired Fashion & Jewelry Capsule Collection
In conjunction with the theatrical release of Disney’s Alice through the Looking Glass in Singapore on 6th July 2016, The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia is collaborating with two remarkable Singapore brands – Carrie K. by Carolyn and RÊVASSEUR by Gilda Su – to bring bespoke Disney’s Alice through the Looking Glass-inspired artisan jewelry and a pre-fall fashion collection respectively to fans.
Both collections will be showcased at a fashion runway event at the Shaw Lido foyer at 3pm on 2 July. International brands Irregular Choice, OPI and Urban Decay, which also have a range of Disney’s Alice through the Looking Glass-inspired products, will be the shoes, manicure and make-up sponsors for the event.
The collaboration is part of Disney’s efforts to bring its beloved stories and characters to life through creative product interpretations with local designers. Carrie K. and RÊVASSEUR will infuse visual elements and themes of the movie into their designs, creating a collection that reflects the colorful tonality and whimsicality of the wonderland.
Both the Disney’s Alice through the Looking Glass-inspired capsule collections from Carrie K. and RÊVASSEUR will be available for sale in Takashimaya for the month of July, and will also feature Disney’s Alice through the Looking Glass-inspired pieces from Irregular Choice, BG Streets and Simply Toys.
Fans can get live updates of the fashion show at www.facebook.com/disneystudiosSG and also on DisneyAlice.Asia
About the collections
“Key Hole” and “Time” by Carrie K
Featuring two capsule collections; the first capsule collection, “Key Hole”, is a reflection of the tale’s main motif “Perspective”. Exploring the concept from all angles, each piece is designed such that the shape of the key hole can only be recognized at particular perspectives. The second collection is about “Time”, focusing on the principal character from the movie. This gregarious range features gears as the focal visual icon -reimagined into inventive artisan crafted adornments fit for any Hollywood red carpet.
The collection will be sold at the Carrie K. Atelier, Takashimaya, TANGS, and online at www.CarrieKRocks.com from 2nd July.
“ and ” by RÊVASSEUR
With some exaggerated styles from the surrealist movement that is in-line with the themes of big and small perspectives in Alice’s adventures, RÊVASSEUR’s collection features 16 novelty outfits specially crafted around the movie themes of Alice’s adventures and Time. Known for its quirky prints, RÊVASSEUR will also be showcasing several custom prints with the characters from Disney’s Alice through the Looking Glass. The collection will be sold at Takashimaya and SUPERSPACE located in Orchard Gateway.
About the movie
Disney’s Alice through the Looking Glass is an all-new spectacular adventure featuring the unforgettable characters from Lewis Carroll’s beloved stories. Alice returns to the whimsical world of and travels back in time to save the Mad Hatter. Directed by James , the film reunites the all-star cast including: Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia and Helena Bonham Carter along with the voices of Alan Rickman, Stephen Fry, Michael Sheen and Timothy Spall. New characters (Rhys ), the Mad Hatter’s father and Time himself (Sacha Baron Cohen), a peculiar creature who is part human, part clock, are also introduced.
About The Walt Disney Company in Southeast Asia
The Walt Disney Company has been active in Southeast Asia since 1995 when Disney Channel first launched in Malaysia and has grown to six offices in the region (Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam) with the headquarters in Singapore, employing close to 300 permanent staff. Disney is one of the most active and largest global entertainment companies in the region with diversified businesses in film, consumer products, publishing, mobile content, television and family entertainment overseeing content from six key brands: Disney, Pixar, Marvel, ESPN, ABC and .
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