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Review with Mew; The Blonds x DISNEY VILLAINS : SS2019 w @ NYFW

Mew here, and I was feeling particularly villainous today, so to also get you in the wicked mood I did a quick review of one of my favorite runways inspired by my favorite Disney villains.
One of my all time favorite fashion runways is luxury fashion brand THE BLONDS presenting their SS’19 collection which was inspired by some of our hated? loved?Disney villains.

The designers were undoubtedly successful in capturing the essence of Disney's most wicked characters! Here’s a look at my favorite pieces and their inspirations:

The show started out with one of the baddest baddies in Disney: Malificent

Malificent's coat was the inspiration and the piece was modeled by one of the designers himself Philippe Blond.

He left the runway bloody after that walk but then proceeded to clean it up using one of my FAVE pieces of the night!

Sir I respect your vision but please no…that looks expensive.


Me, with my poison apple in tow, on my way to poison my 2nd husband after he writes me into his will:
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Next section was dedicated to Dr Facilier the CREEPiest villain to grace Disney Animation since Jafar…: Dr Facilier

He still gives me chills whenever I think about his creepy smile but as an inspiration for this number? CHILLS ..but the good kind this time.
The gold detailing on that vest is almost hypnotizing.
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Next up we have Wicked Witch of the Seas, ready to take your breath away! : Ursula


Loved the webbed finger gloves and floorlength purple feathers; pay homage to the queen.

And what is a sea witch without her cronies, eels Flotsam and Jetsam modeled by the ever stunning Dupont Twins.

We LOVE a skin-tight bodysuit and highlighter green.

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THE MAIN EVENT was definitely Paris Hilton on her Cruella De Vil ish, modeling with her cute chihuahua. : Cruella De Vil
The red lip contrast to the black and white mix thigh boots? A LOOK

*No Dalmatians were harmed in the making of this STRUT*

101 Reasons to love this fur ensemble.^

Feeling nasty yet?

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Personally I LOVED every piece but these were a few of my favorites. Watch the entire runway show here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhdsnE0BR7s


And let me know your favorite Disney villain look!
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I always love cruella deville's style/ interpretation
she had iconic looks.
I love malificent's look!
Cruella De Vil is a personal fave
the cruella deville ones omgggg
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