Brides-to-be in Japan who have dreamed of a fairytale wedding will soon be able to transform into a Disney princess on their wedding day — no fairy godmothers required.
Japanese wedding dress provider Kuraudia Co. recently unveiled a line of gowns inspired by princesses from Walt Disney Company, according to Asahi.
Kimberly Money, a Vietnam-born educator in Los Angeles studying fashion design at Santa Monica College, has a penchant for creating artistic imagery, merging Disney princesses with villains using her makeup skills.
The 19-year-old makeup artist became obsessed with the beauty industry ever since her mom had her take up a makeup class at the age of 13, according to BoredPanda.
Ever wonder what the Disney princesses would look like if, let’s say, they are all from a different culture outside North America, Europe or East/West Asia? One artist made that possible.
Meet Edward Neibart III, the Filipino artist who re-imagined several Disney princesses like Pocahontas, Mulan and Jasmine, to name a few, wearing traditional Filipino clothing. The re-imagined characters are in part of the celebration for the country’s Buwan ng Wika, which translates to month of the Philippine language.