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Disney Villains Designer Collection

Updated on March 8, 2013

Six Beautiful and Evil Dolls

The female villains of a few of the most popular Walt Disney movies have been re-imagined in a new series, Disney Villains Designer Collection. These aren't your old gnarled wrinkled meanies from Disney past.

These dolls are breathtaking. In this new collection the fantasy world's most evil women are tall lean and dressed in runway-ready ensembles. Some have had face lifts and some have lost a few inches around their tentacles, but beware, they still possess their most potent feature, pure evil.

Old Hollywood Glamour Meets Evil Villain

The artists at Disney invoked the classic style of old Hollywood glamour when creating these lovely lethal bad girls. Think Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich and Rita Hayworth dressing in contemporary couture.

Arched eyebrows, dramatic makeup and gravity defying updos are crafted on each doll.

Six Dolls To Rule them All

The collection is comprised of six of the most famous female villains from classic and contemporary Disney movies. Each doll has commanded her own release date. Could you expect anything less from these menacing divas.

Evil Queen from Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Evil Queen from Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

The Evil Queen - Poor Snow would never have had a chance had she gone up against this B___!

She makes me want to be bad if I can look this good. It's easy to see that her fairest-of-them-all wish finally came true because she is THE most gorgeous doll I have ever seen. Emerald eyes veiled in long rooted lashes cunningly watch for her moment to snatch her prey. Regal, elegant and evil in a long purple gown, red satin cape and tall white collar. Look out Dopey and Doc. Here comes the Evil Queen!

Maleficent - Evil sorceress from Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty
Maleficent - Evil sorceress from Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty

Maleficent - Sleeping Beauty should have stayed in bed.

No evil villain scared me more than the evil sorceress Maleficent. Perhaps it was her double horn-like headpiece she donned in the Disney classic Sleeping Beauty. The doll version of Maleficent sports a double beehive hairstyle which commands your presence.

Her dress can only be described as a "Goth Chick's Fantasy Wedding Dress." The black and purple cape with high collar cloak the menacing, and stylish evil that lurks beneath; Leatherette bustier with tulle ruffle trim and matching gloves over a fit and flare skirt. Every collector should want this doll.

Queen of Hearts from Walt Disney's Alice In Wonderland.
Queen of Hearts from Walt Disney's Alice In Wonderland.

Queen of Hearts - Will the real Queen of Hearts please stand up.

The Queen of Hearts resembles nothing of her animated self. Thank God! This doll is breathtaking compared to the grouchy faced frump who spoke like a marble mouthed lush in Walt Disney's Alice In Wonderland. Her Kewpie doll face almost resembles Betty Boop. The updated QOH looks more cherub than tyrant in her red velvet bustier and peplum over gold organza ruffles dress. But don't be fooled Alice. She is still wickedly wonderful.

Ursula the Sea Witch from Disney's Little Mermaid
Ursula the Sea Witch from Disney's Little Mermaid

Ursula - Just keep swimming Arial. Keep swimming.

One of the most dramatic makeovers the Disney artists did was on the Ursula doll. Compared to other Disney Villains, her character was not tremendously scary to me. But, this doll is terrifying in person. Her blazing eyes follow you as you move around her. And her stylish sea-witch ensemble makes you want to ask her "Who are you wearing? If you dare.

Some Missing Villains and Coming Soon: Cruella De Vil and Mother Gothel

Disney has produced 10 designer princess dolls. I am sure many fans are wondering if they intend on adding to the Villain collectiom to include four more sinester sisters or if they plan on a male Villain Designer collection. We will have to wait and see.

Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians and Mother Gothel from Tangled are soon to be released. I will update this hub after their release next week.

Villainous Nails Inspired by The Collection
Villainous Nails Inspired by The Collection

Evil Breeds More Evil... Merchandice That Is

These collectibles wouldn't be from Disney if there weren't other merchandising opportunities attached to this theme. The Villains has branched out to include journals, cups, tea shirts, jewelry, scarves, lip-gloss and nail polish for all your evil needs.

Coming Soon...Disney Villain Designer Collection Baby's 1st Birthday party supplies.

Just Kidding. Don't get any ideas guys.

A Few Facts About the Dolls

  • Worldwide Limited Edition of 13000 of each doll

  • Each includes Certificate of Authenticity

  • The dolls are sold individually in a keepsake display case

  • They are NOT intended for children

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  • DIYmommy profile image


    5 years ago

    These are great! I don't think Ariel would have stood a chance against that, that was quite the makeover on Ursula!

  • LA Elsen profile imageAUTHOR

    LA Elsen 

    5 years ago from Chicago, IL

    Thank you Eva Civo! Glad you enjoyed it.

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    Eva Civo 

    5 years ago

    Great hub! Really neat and interesting.

  • LA Elsen profile imageAUTHOR

    LA Elsen 

    6 years ago from Chicago, IL

    Thanks Redberry Sky. We, my girls and I, fell in love with them. They are scary and beautiful at the same time. I'm gald you enjoyed the hub. Thanks for voting up. Cheers!

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    Redberry Sky 

    6 years ago

    Wow, those dolls are utterly gorgeous! What a wonderful read this was - made me want to go and watch all those movies all over again! Voted up and awesome :)

  • LA Elsen profile imageAUTHOR

    LA Elsen 

    6 years ago from Chicago, IL

    Awe Thanks so much for the compliment. This was a very fun hub to write. I love these dolls, and I am not a huge doll fan. I had a fear of them since the age of three(That's a whole other hub- someday)I didn't know Jim Shore did villain ornaments.

    I bet it was a lot of fun dressing up like the villains. You look great in your profile picture. I bet you have a lot of fun on Halloween. Cruella and the dalmation puppies are the costumes for next year as soon as my youngest can walk.

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    Mary Craig 

    6 years ago from New York

    Anyone who knows me knows I love the Disney female villains. I have dressed (for Halloween) as Cruella, the Queen from Snow White, and Maleficent, all big hits! I also have Barbie editions of some of them, Hallmark Christmas ornaments and Jim Shore renditions. The women you love to hate!

    This article was amazingly written. Your humor tinged your facts so well. These dolls are definitely lovely renditions and I'm sure collectors will be anxious to get them!

    Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting.

  • LA Elsen profile imageAUTHOR

    LA Elsen 

    6 years ago from Chicago, IL

    Hi Teaches12345, I am not sure if they have developed a doll collection for the series yet. I’m sure they will. It seems to be very popular pretty successful if it's on ABC's Sunday night lineup again. You know it has decent ratings. My kids are always going to sleep between 6 and 7pm so I never get to see a full episode. I have watched bits and pieces from almost every episode. I think Regina would make a good doll. I Ahhh, some day I will watch an entire episode. Dream on, right!

    It is funny to see how popular the villains have become. Most of us, as little girls loved the princesses, but I am sure that had a lot to do with the crowns and the pastel dresses. As a grown woman I am more attracted to the villains. I'm sure someone could analyze that and come up with a reason. Perhaps its the clothes again. Or maybe as we grow more confident we identify with the villains. Something to ponder.

    Thanks for reading. Glad you liked it!

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    Dianna Mendez 

    6 years ago

    I have to say that I really like the Sleeping Beauty story and the doll that goes with the theme. I wonder if they will make one for the new Once Upon A Time Series character. Very interesting read and well done!


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