Disney Princesses reimagined as magazine cover girls

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Move over Naomi, Vogue has some new it girls and these ladies are royalty.

Image via AsuROCKS
  • Image via AsuROCKS

Image via AsuROCKS

After Kim K's notorious Paper cover dropped last week, artist AsuROCKS imagined Disney's favorite slimy villain joining in on showing off all she has under the sea. Which led us to wonder what our other Disney ladies would look like as fashions new it girls.

Thankfully our minds didn't have to wander too far before we found Hayden Williams, british fashion illustrator and designer. Curating a collection of couture covers Williams imagined for us a word where the fairest of them all is on covers here this fall.

 

His digital approach to making our royal ladies cover girls is truly amazing and the imagined gowns our girls dawn are bedazzled and ready for the runway, so watch out Naomi these girls are dressed to kill (in the most polite princessly way of course).

Check out his couture collection below:

 

Image via Hayden Williams
  • Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams
  • Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams
  • Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams
  • Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams
  • Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams
  • Image via Hayden Williams

Image via Hayden Williams

 

For more of Hayden's fashion sketches and Vogue covers be sure to check out his tumblr page.

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