Who else is excited to watch Disney's Alice in Wondeland? I'm telling you that I have been excited since it was announced that Tim Burton is making one. That is about 2 years of being excited to watch a film. In fact, this movie may just very well make my 2010 the best year of my life, film-wise. So to make us even more excited, I figured I'd post some things Wonderland - and of course Alice. You might have seen some of these before but it will be nice to have all pretty and fun photos in one post. Enjoy!
This is an editorial from way back in 2003. The photos look like they were shot just this year, right? That's the beauty of Alice in Wonderland, in my opinion. Any interpretation of Alice's adventures will automatically become timeless and fit for enjoyment for years and years to come. Of course, since these particular photos were shot by Annie Leibovitz, it is only obvious that they look amazing now and will continue to look amazing even after the film is released. You must check all photos to learn more about the dresses model Natalia Vodianova wore and the designers who were photographed with her.
I dare you to dress up in one when you go and see the movie. When you do, please show us photos! If, like me, you will not be brave enough to do that, let's just be content with admiring these fun items that Tammy found. Of course, we are also free to imagine the many adventures we will encounter while wearing some of these things.
These, with their early Alice in Wonderland illustrations, are just too cute for words! I am thankful we don't have these where I live. Otherwise, I'd buy them even though I don't need them. If you do have easy access to these, I suggest buying both the Daydream and Fantasy collections. Same contents, different art but it is essential that you get both.
These nail lacquers are inspired by the upcoming film and I'm sure would go great with the Alice in Wonderland inspired-clothes up at #2. Isn't the promo photo just awesome? The best thing is that all shades fit my taste. You have two shades of red, one gorgeous glittery blue, and a black multi-glitter shade called Mad as a Hatter. Fitting, methinks.
This eyeshadow collection is perhaps one of the first promotional items I saw for the film. Sixteen shadows, two eyeliners, and a mini primerin a pop-up book style packaging. I really really want it but I'd probably have bigger chances of stumbling upon an early edition Alice in Wonderland book than snatching up this shadows collection. It is on limited release and currently out of stock.
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