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Category Archives: Disney Consumer Products
Our new guest author Sabrina Jones baked a cookie cake for The Disney Store’s 28th birthday today. If you can’t make it out to your local store for the celebration, you can take advantage of today’s discounts at the online … Continue reading
While we are all excited for Disneyland’s 60th Diamond Anniversary, the Disney Store is celebrating a special day of its very own. It was on March 28, 1987 in Glendale, California that The Disney Store first opened its doors. Now … Continue reading
Just ahead of the March 13 release of Disney’s live action film “Cinderella,” Disney Consumer Products and Saks Fifth Avenue launched a fairy tale collection of luxury designer shoes that reimagine Cinderella’s iconic glass slipper for grown up fans of … Continue reading
As part of its Disney Fairy Tale Weddings collection, Alfred Angelo has introduced a new Cinderella wedding gown. Costume designer Sandy Powell’s hand-painted dress, worn by actress Lily James in the Disney live-action film Cinderella has been reimagined into a … Continue reading