Desigual has teamed with Disney to produce a number of kids shirts this season featuring the iconic mouse and his lady friend, Minnie Mouse. Here is what we have in stock for kids at Angel Vancouver for spring-summer 2014 (put your cursor over photos for prices):
Angel Vancouver has the largest selection in Vancouver of Desigual clothing for men, women and kids. Desigual produces 1,000 new pieces every season. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, we might be able to order it in for you. We ship worldwide. (You can click on the top bar to see all the Desigual we have in stock for Spring-Summer 2014.)
If you’re looking for a custom hand-painted shirt, call Angel at (604) 681-0947 or email me: email@example.com
Angel Vancouver is located at No. 2 Powell Street in the Gastown district of Vancouver, Canada. Our store is on the corner of Powell & Carrall Street in Maple Tree Square, which is where Vancouver began. The photo above shows what my store looked like in 1886.
Desigual’s slogan is La Vida es Chula (Life is Cool)! It reflects the brand’s way of thinking, which is influenced by the Mediterranean, the sun, light, passion and a lust for life, instilled with a playful and creative attitude that says: Be confident; don’t be afraid to be yourself.
Today’s video is The Karnival Kid from 1929, the first Disney cartoon in which Mickey Mouse spoke. “Hot dogs! Hot dogs!” sings the now famous mouse:The “hootchie koochie dance” song at the beginning of the cartoon is called The Streets of Cairo. The lyrics were written by Sol Bloom, who conceived the tune on a piano at the Chicago Press Club; the music was by composed by James Thornton. Bloom established his reputation in 1893 at the age of 23 while developing the mile-long Midway Plaisance at the Chicago World Exposition. In 1903 he moved to New York City, where he sold Victor Talking Machines. He later served fourteen terms in the U.S. congress representing the affluent district of Manhattan, from 1922 until his death in 1949. He once lost a bet with Walter Johnson, the pitcher for the Washington Senators baseball team, after Johnson successfully threw a silver dollar across the Rappahannock River in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
This is the trailer for an inventive 2013 animated short film called Get a Horse!, which features Mickey and Minnie as they looked in the 1930s. It also includes the voice of Walt Disney, who used to do all the talking for Mickey in the earliest Mickey Mouse films: