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Disney fan? We’ve got wicked news: Heidi Klum just launched a villainous collection with Disney, and we’re kind of obsessed.
Disney villains have been style icons ever since Snow White’s stepmother started serving up looks in 1937 (and maybe even before that—Peg Leg Pete was rocking the one-strap overalls in Steamboat Willie). Always ahead of the curve, Cruella De Vil debuted the long-stem/slim black dress combo the exact same year Holly Golightly did, and even added a fab fur coat to the ensemble.
So it stands to reason that when fashion royalty Heidi Klum wanted to draw inspiration from the Magic Kingdom for her new exclusive collection with Amazon, she wasn’t going to pull from Condorman or Those Calloways (though if anyone could pull off orange feathers...).
The Disney Villains x Heidi Klum line, a perfect mix of pop culture and pop art, offers everything from essential tees to bomber jackets—with prices starting at $30. Here are some standouts from the ultimate gift-worthy line.
This striking piece takes Maleficent, the icon of Disney’s most ornate animated film, and reimagines with the boldness and eye-popping color of a Warhol work. It’s a fun, casual look for around the house, out and about, or even a ride on the Matterhorn.
The t-shirt is forever linked to Disney in fashion history: back in the early ‘50s, when everybody was still sporting that Streetcar Named Desire-inspired plain white tee look, a small company in Miami produced the first-ever licensed graphic tee, a now-iconic Tropix Togs Mickey Mouse ringer. Since then, the graphic tee has been an essential part of any wardrobe, a canvas on which designers can experiment with iconography, and the wearer can sport a simple, stylish form of self-expression.
With her new collection, Heidi Klum taps into that classic t-shirt history in a way that also honors the story of Snow White’s Wicked Queen. The tie-dye not only creates the illusion of ominous storm clouds, but the purple shade helps accentuate the Queen’s classic technicolor look.
For a look that’s both eye-catching and comfy, the Disney Villains x Heidi Klum collection offers this matching Pullover Fleece and Skinny Sweatpants. Of course, Maleficent’s glowing green eyes are the first thing to catch your attention, but don’t let that hypnotizing gaze distract you from the fierce dragon’s face, ready to strike.
Be the envy of all your friends on the other side (of the Zoom call) with this gleefully glitchy tribute to some of Disney’s most devilishly debonair villains. With its cool digital blue design, it’ll pair perfectly with jeans, athleisure—or even a giant snake-shaped staff.
Whether you know him as Chernabog, or ‘the demon from Fantasia,’ or ‘the reason I hid behind the couch after the dancing animal scene’, you can’t deny the guy has a presence. Who can really hear “Night on Bald Mountain” and not picture that massive, muscular form rising up above the mountaintops?
Now you too can make a memorable entrance with this smart, subtle hoodie. Sporting Chernabog’s trademark wings, it’s great for lounging around the house, resting up for your big moment.
The start of the ‘Disney Renaissance’ is often credited to The Little Mermaid, and it’s not hard to see why. The songs, the artistry, and of course the inimitable Ursula. Modeled after cult movie star Divine and just as bold and brash, Ursula knew what she was, knew what she wanted, and knew what she would do to get it. For many of us, she wasn’t just a villain that was relatable, she was aspirational.
Now’s your chance to showcase that sea-witch spirit by sporting Ursula’s vibrant visage on this fun and fashionable tunic. Pair it with a belt or as is, go ahead, make your choice. But you won’t want to be one of the poor, unfortunate souls who miss out on this one.
The villainous crew all come together on this unique and intricately crafted bomber jacket. There’s eye-catching artwork on the back, but it’s the level of detail throughout the item that really make it stand out in a crowd.
The sleeves sport symbols for each of the iconic villains, from Maleficent’s raven to Cruella De Vil’s Panther De Ville. The inner lining has eyes peering out from the darkness, and you can unzip the front to reveal the ominous words ‘Lose Your Soul’. Perfect for either a casual-cool look or a conversation piece, show everyone how it’s good to be bad in this brilliant bomber jacket.
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