“This is about empowered women; this is about a princess in pants,” songwriter Kristen Anderson-Lopez said. “This is about finding your power. This is about nuanced, three-dimensional women dealing with leadership, love, and their own relationships.”
Kristen Bell wears striped frilled shirt, Self Portrait belted cotton twill straight-leg pants, and Manolo Blahnik BB pumps for Yahoo Style. Kristen Bell’s happy place is the dinner table, when she and husband Dax Shepard make multicolored grilled cheese sandwiches with daughters Lincoln, 3, and Delta, 2, that include beets and purple cabbage from their garden. My style is based on the way I’m feeling, and I feel different every day,” Bell tells Yahoo Style.
What if Ariel would rather frolic in the ocean with Jasmine, and Prince Eric and John Smith had something more than dreamy hair?In celebration of pride month, artist Isaiah Stephens created a different “happily ever after” for iconic Disney princes and princesses to show that #LoveIsLove.While Disney has a clear lack of LGBT characters, that may eventually change. Back in May, one Twitter user’s proposition to #GiveElsaAGirlfriend went viral with Queen Elsa herself (singer Idina Menzel) backing the campaign. It’d be a rather progressive move for the franchise, but with the growing support, we may just see some LGBT love on the big screen.What do you think of Isaiah’s illustrations? Let us know by tweeting to us @YahooStyleCA.
All images via Instagram/queenoflunaMalaysian makeup artist Saraswati (also know as Queen of Luna) loves Disney – and she doesn’t let the fact that she wears a hijab hinder her from expressing her obsession.While some would opt to dye their hair or wear wigs, the mother-of-two completely transforms herself using coloured hijabs. It’s pretty impressive.Click through the gallery above to see some of her best looks and let us know your thoughts by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
A new study has discovered that Disney Princesses have significantly less dialogue than their male counterparts in movies. In some cases, it was found that male characters have had over three times the amount of lines in movies purporting to be focussed on female characters. The numbers have been crunched by data linguists Carmen Fought and Karen Eisenhauer, who have analysed the dialogue in all the Disney Princess-based movies since 1989.
The non-alcoholic drink has cause fury among parents and campaigners. Alcohol awareness campaigners have expressed concerns that the drink, which comes in a champagne-esque bottle with a cork, could normalise or glamourise drinking alcohol and subsequently encourage underage drinking. “Too often alcohol is sold as if it was a normal commodity and alcohol-like products are used to entice people into the world of alcohol,” Jackie Ballard, Chief Executive of Alcohol Concern told Mashable.