We can’t quite see where these Walt Disney princesses come from to credit accordingly, but how cute…?!
Vintage Walt Disney Princesses
We love a little vintage inspiration and the Walt Disney princesses in their Victorian finery look amazing. Though, there’s a lot of feminist discussion around what Disney princesses teach girls.
If you reduce the female character’s roles down, it can be quite alarming.
(Image from Memoirs of a Fairytale)
For more Victorian inspiration see Miss Glory Pearl Goes Behind the Scenes of Scandalous.
Recently, Walt Disney has also come under scrutiny for sexing up the strong leading lady of Brave.
(Image from Metro)
Following its release a petition was formed on Change.org and they gained support from co-director, Brenda Chapman.
“I think it’s atrocious what they have done to Merida,” she told the Marin Independent Journal.
“When little girls say they like it because it’s more sparkly that’s all fine and good, but subconciously they are soaking in the sexy ‘come hither’ look and the skinny aspect of the new version. It’s horrible.”
What do you think of female roles in Disney films? What do you think of the Walt Disney princess outfits? What do you think Disney princesses teach girls?
Check out Cruella De Ville Re-imagined.
Burlexe is a sensational London burlesque show inspired by the women who created the genre and perform the art. It fuses burlesque performance with storytelling, dancing with acting.
We look for burlesque’s influence on the world and these vintage Walt Disney princesses are some such women.