Disney operate a costuming policy I call ‘Disney Historical’ and is at best a mix of 18th and 19th Century elements… I think these illustrations are simply glorious!
Happy stitching!

Chicquero

Claire Hummel was born and raised in the quiet hamlet of Los Angeles, California. She is currently working as an artist for Microsoft Game Studios Publishing.

Claire gravitates naturally towards anything having to do with her childhood haunts of Disneyland, Myst, national parks, museums, and Hawai’i, thus ensuring a lifetime interest in nostalgic escapism. She also has an extensive, practical knowledge of period costuming and snakes, in case you’re into that sort of thing.

Most of the world seems familiar with the famous Disney princesses, from Snow White to Pocahontas their likenesses are burned into our memory, fan or not. What makes them so iconic? Many would argue it was their lavish and flowing costumes, based on historical fashion. But just how correct are those period fashionable dresses? Claire Hummel, an illustrator with a passion for historically accurate costuming recently reworked many of the famous ladies, giving them new…

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