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Disney and Saks Fifth Avenue Unveil Cinderella Luxury Designer Shoe Collection in New York City

Pictured top (from left to right): René Caovilla, Nicholas Kirkwood, Jimmy Choo, Paul Andrew Pictured bottom (from left to right): Charlotte Olympia, Alexandre Birman, Salvatore Ferragamo, Jerome C. Rousseau, Stuart Weitzman

Pictured top (from left to right): René Caovilla, Nicholas Kirkwood, Jimmy Choo, Paul Andrew
Pictured bottom (from left to right): Charlotte Olympia, Alexandre Birman, Salvatore Ferragamo, Jerome C. Rousseau, Stuart Weitzman

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 the classic story.

The collection was unveiled with the stars of the film, Lily James and Richard Madden, via six store windows at the Saks flagship store in Manhattan.

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Thoughts During Movies: Cinderella

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I just got out of seeing Cinderella in IMAX, and boy do I have some thoughts. Time for another “Thoughts During Movies” segment. For those unaware, I tend to have a lot of random tidbits I think about during Disney films, and instead of a regular review, I give you my stream of consciousness to show you how the movie was for me. If that didn’t make any sense…just read below and you’ll get the gist.

  • My dad coming home would be enough…an origami butterfly is just a waste of paper.
  • Lavender Blue?! I only know the Burl Ives version (especially when sung by Ashley Brown! #OnTheRecord), but this is just charming!
  • Hayley Atwell and Lily James look amazingly alike. Are we sure they aren’t related?
  • Oscar for the Costume and Hair/Make-Up. Now. I don’t have any right to hand those out, but here ya go. Exquisite.
  • This makes me, once again, angry that when a Disney film has a “regal” quality, they only make special merchandise and amazing themed clothing for women. I would like a line of Prince, or hell, Cinderella, inspired clothes and shoes and WHATEVER! I would spend hundreds of dollars…COME ON DISNEY! Rant over.

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