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Stella McCartney designs pantsuit for Minnie Mouse on Disneyland Paris anniversary

Published
Jan 28, 2022

Stella McCartney has created a new look for Walt Disney’s Minnie Mouse as Disneyland Paris marks its 30th anniversary. For the celebration, she’ll be seen in a blue pantsuit to replace her red polkadot dress, although her traditional bow remains a key part of the look.

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The new look will debut in March, in time for Women’s History Month, with McCartney saying the new take on the signature polka dots “makes Minnie Mouse a symbol of progress for a new generation”.

The makeover has drawn mixed reviews online with some hailing it as a positive move but one conservative US commentator on Fox News accusing those responsible for the new look of attempting to “destroy the fabric of our society”.

Minnie Mouse, a character who was introduced almost 100 years ago, will also feature on a Stella McCartney T-shirt as part of the events around International Women’s Day. And the designer will launch a limited-edition line linked to Disney’s Fantasia movie this spring.

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