French designer Alber Elbas welcomed Minnie Mouse to Chez Lanvin to give Disney's leading lady a brand new look for the 20th anniversary of Disneyland Paris.
Minnie exchanged her trademark red polka dots for a custom-made, bejeweled dress in signature Lanvin royal blue.
"Walt Disney was the one that actually designed Minnie. It's the first time an actual designer has come into the picture and designed a dress for her," said Elbas, the creative director of Lanvin. "It was a great challenge and responsibility to do. I just wanted her to shine."
The new look was unveiled at a catwalk show at Disneyland Paris, but it won't be replacing Minnie's signature outfit: the dress will be reserved for special events in Paris.
And, unlike a controversial Barney's campaign that saw the mouse and her friends get physical "skinny" makeovers as well as fashion, this time Minnie keeps the same fabulous figure she's sported since 1928.
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