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Inaugural virtual Frozen Fashion Week arrives

Abbey Clancy’s daughters take to the ‘kidwalk’ to model new Disney Frozen 2 ranges for autumn/winter.

Young models including the daughters of model Abbey Clancy and footballer Peter Crouch have appeared in a Disney Frozen 2-inspired fashion shoot to showcase the franchise’s A/W collection and kick off Frozen Fashion Week.

The inaugural  virtual Frozen Fashion Week is set in the enchanting world of Arendelle, and follows the recent London, New York, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks.

Inspired by sisters Anna and Elsa, Liberty (5) and Sophia Crouch (9) followed in their model mum Abbey’s footsteps by taking to the runway.

Highlights of the new season’s lines were captured by fashion photographer, Mary McCartney, and released to mark the reveal of Frozen Fashion Week. Mary, who has previously photographed famous faces including Kate Moss, Harry Styles, Madonna and Liv Tyler – and is the daughter of Sir Paul McCartney – has been appointed as the fashion week’s official photographer.

Five virtual shows featuring 16 children modelling over 50 outfits from 11 retailers – including Disney Store, H&M and George at ASDA – will be shown on the Disney Family Facebook channel from October 12, with the week culminating in a full virtual fashion show on Sunday October 18 at 7am BST on Disney Junior’s YouTube channel.

A taste of what’s to come can also be viewed in an exclusive teaser going behind-the-scenes at Frozen Fashion Week, which you can check out below.

The virtual fashion shows take inspiration from Frozen 2, transporting viewers to the world of Arendelle and beyond, with different areas nodding to elements of the movie including the enchanted forest and Elsa’s glacier which the river Ahtohallan leads her to.

“Sophia and Liberty are huge Frozen 2 fans and they had so much fun dressing up as Anna and Elsa for Frozen Fashion Week,” commented Abbey. “They have nearly as big an opinion as I do on fashion and I was so proud of them both in front of the cameras. It was a magical day and a special moment for us – all that was missing was my own Elsa dress.”

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