Alfred Angelo Disney
October 2, 2010 by staff
Alfred Angelo Disney, Dreams do come true, especially for women who grew up dreaming of a fairy tale wedding to model their favorite Disney Princess. Alfred Angelo and Disney will debut its first collection of wedding gowns, fairy tale Disney’s Wedding Alfred Angelo, in the National Bridal Market in Chicago on October 2, 2010. Marking their first collaboration, the bridal collection is inspired by the essence, style and personality of seven iconic characters from Disney Princess: Ariel, Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Snow White and Tiana.
The Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Alfred Angelo collection will be available in sizes 0 to 30 watts, in all stores and select Signature Alfred Angelo Alfred Angelo wholesale Bridal Boutiques partner in 2011. All the dresses and will be priced at 599 and 1199. Advance footage of the dresses can be seen in this new behind the scenes video from YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch? V=fzj94IoIAws Living in Disney.
“This collaboration is a wonderful testimony of two long established and respected industry leaders … the magic of storytelling and heritage of Disney and the internationally renowned bridal Alfred Angelo,” says Michele Piccione, co-owner and creative director at Alfred Angelo. “For 75 years, our product has been known for great style, quality and affordability. We are very happy to use our experience to fulfill the dreams of brides everywhere who want to feel like a Disney princess.”
“Every bride wants to be a princess on her wedding day, and through this collaboration with the Alfred Angelo bridal experts, we can now extend the reach of Disney fairy tale wedding and make beautiful Disney princess dresses inspired access to all the brides in a broad retail distribution and affordability, “said Pam Lifford, executive vice president, global fashion and home, Disney Consumer Products.
Acclaimed designer Michael Shettel Alfred Angelo designed the Disney fairy tale wedding of Alfred Angelo dresses. Michael has an eye for trends and the ability to translate that vision into beautiful dresses. As a result, Michael tried to capture the fantasy of every girl feel like a princess on her wedding day, but inspired by the magic and the identity of each Disney Princess. With every dress, brides can show your personal style. The collection includes classic dresses, big dance in layers of tulle and net brightness, an updated and flare styles to highlight the curves and movement, and blouses with pleated and wrapped to flatter the figure of the bride.
Sea treasures Ariel inspired dress. The mermaid silhouette features re-embroidered lace, beads, pearls, sequins and glitter. Sleeping Beauty’s dress with a skirt is romantic dream, the sleeping princess slender. Belle wedding dress with a waist cover is inspired by the ballroom scene of iconic film and focuses on making a grand entrance. Cinderella dress with sparkle radiates, as his inspiration is the fairy tale enchanted glass slipper. Jasmine wedding dress conveys freedom and individuality and consequently its shiny soft satin dress with a plunging neckline is exotic jewelry and low cut back. White dress is inspired by nature, beauty and grace as the Disney Princess character real, one-shoulder taffeta dress of our new princess Tiana reflects his independent spirit, with an asymmetrical neckline and pleated skirts.
About Alfred Angelo
Founded in 1930 by Alfred Angelo Piccione and his wife, Edythe Piccione, Alfred Angelo is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses and is committed to providing beautiful dresses, bridal and formal high quality affordable prices. Besides clothes distributed manufacturing in more than 2000 stores wholesale worldwide, the company operates Alfred Angelo until firm located in Arizona, Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington. For more information about Alfred Angelo, please visit www.alfredangelo.com.
About Disney Consumer Products
Disney Consumer Products (DCP) is the business segment of The Walt Disney Company / quotes/comstock/13 *! Des / Sales / nls / DIS (DIS 33.34, 0.24, 0.73%) that extends the Disney brand to merchandise ranging from apparel, toys, home decor and books and magazines to food and beverages, stationery, electronics and fine art. This is accomplished through several business lines DCP, which include: Disney Toys, Disney Fashion & Home, Disney Food, Health & Beauty, and Disney Stationery. Other companies involved in consumer products sales are Disney Disney Publishing Worldwide, the world’s largest publisher of books and magazines for children, and www.DisneyStore.com, portal company official purchases. The chain of retail stores from Disney, which debuted in 1987, is owned and operated by Disney in North America and Europe. The Disney Stores chain in Japan is operated under a license agreement with Disney. For more information, please visit www.DisneyConsumerProducts.com or follow us on www.YouTube.com / DisneyLiving, www.Facebook.com / DisneyLiving and www.Twitter.com / DisneyLiving.
About Disney’s Wedding & Fairy Tale Honeymoons
Since 1991, Disney’s consultants and wedding planners have worked with people all over the world and received more than 40,000 weddings – no two of which have been exactly alike. The Disney Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons continually pushes the envelope of weddings and honeymoons, consolidating its position as a leading expert in the industry. Disney Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons is a global brand and welcomes more than 1,000 weddings annually between Disneyland (R) Resort in California, Walt Disney World (R) Resort in Florida and Disney Cruise Line (R). For more information, visit DisneyWeddings.com, follow us on Twitter @ DisneyWeddings, or find us on Facebook at Facebook.com / DisneyWeddings.
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