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Walt Disney World Unveils Re-Imagined Diverse Dolls Coming to 2023 EPCOT Festival of the Arts

Walt Disney World today, Friday, January 20, announced a brand-new collaboration with Black-owned business, CreativeSoul Photography, featuring a special-edition artist series collection of dolls across the African diaspora, inspired by Disney Princesses.


Walt Disney World Unveils Re-Imagined Diverse Dolls Coming to 2023 EPCOT Festival of the Arts

The CreativeSoul Doll Collection, based on the work of CreativeSoul Photography founders Regis and Kahran Bethencourt, reimagines what a classic Disney Princess would look like through a diverse lens.


The dolls contain natural hairstyles and intricate Afrocentric fabrics and adornments, while paying tribute to four Disney Princesses, Snow White, Rapunzel, Tiana, and Cinderella.



The beautiful dolls will be featured at this year'’s EPCOT International Festival of the Arts where the CreativeSoul Photography founders, Regis and Kahran, will be making a personal appearance for book and doll signings between February 3 - 5.


Plus, in addition to the dolls, there will be a series of five photographic prints of the models which inspired the dolls, which will be available beginning February 3 for a limited time in large-format wall art sizes and smaller deluxe prints.


The festival, which runs through February 20, will also showcase the natural-styled wigs and life-size dresses of the models on display at the festival from February 3 - 5.



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