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Disney Consumer Products has unveiled its first-ever line of Quinceañera gowns inspired by Disney Princesses.

April 6, 2018

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DisneyRoyalBallLogo.jpgDisney Consumer Products has unveiled the new Disney Royal Ball collection, its first-ever line of Quinceañera gowns inspired by Disney Princesses.

Created in collaboration with special occasions fashion industry leader, Ashdon Brands, the gowns are created specifically for young Latina women celebrating their Quinceañera, a coming of age celebration similar to a Sweet 16.

DisneyRoyalBallSlpBty.jpg“The Latino community has a strong affinity for Disney, and the Disney Royal Ball Quinceañera collection offers another avenue to make the Quinceañera celebration even more unique and meaningful for Latina teens and their families,” says Gilberto Martinez Kladt, vice president of licensing, Disney Princess. “Disney is thrilled to provide young Latinas with the opportunity to celebrate the elegance, grace and poise of their favorite Disney Princess characters on such a special and momentous day.”

The debut line features 21 gowns, two styles for each Disney Princess and a special new gown, la Corona de la Princesa, which will be added to the line each year.

Young women can choose from dresses inspired by the Disney Princess characters Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, Repunzel, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and Tiana.

The Disney Royal Ball Quinceañera collection is available now at specialty and formal wear retailers across the U.S. and Canada

 “The Disney’s Royal Ball collection is designed to create a royal statement and a lifetime of memories,” says Nick Yeh, chief executive officer, Ashdon. “The gowns are fun to wear and fit wonderfully into traditionally festive environments, providing a magnificent and special way for Quince girls to realize their very own princess-inspired dreams.”

The Royal Ball line is Disney’s latest addition to its special occasion business, which was launched in 2007 and also includes several wedding collections and prom dresses.

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