Disney's 'Cruella': Shop Makeup and Clothing Inspired by the Stylish Villain
By Amy Lee
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There's no doubt Cruella de Vil is the most fashionable Disney villain, and fans will get to see how the 101 Dalmatians baddie came to be in Cruella, starring Emma Stone as the iconic character.
The film is set in London in the '70s during the punk rock revolution, and it's filled with the star rocking over 40 outfits -- ranging from edgy leather looks to show-stopping gowns -- as the story follows aspiring fashion designer Estelle who eventually becomes the notoriously fashionable criminal Cruella.
"[Costume designer] Jenny Beavan just had the time of her life. She kept saying this is how she dressed in the '70s, this is what she knew," Stone told ET. "It was the way that she built the world, these costumes, these women were just on another level entirely. It was just incredible."
Ahead of the film's highly anticipated release, ET Style has gathered fashion and beauty items inspired by Cruella herself, including a red lipstick from the limited-edition MAC x Cruella collection (and application help from Flawless.org and makeup artist Joyce Connor) and a faux leather jacket with strong, statement-making shoulders.
Shop clothing and makeup to channel the stylish villain and stream Cruella on Disney+ starting on May 28.
Veteran makeup artist Joyce Connor teamed up with FalseEyelashes.co.uk's Saffron Hughes to break down how to create Emma Stone's Cruella look. For the lips, Connor suggests lining the lips with a red pencil, creating a 'V' shape above the Cupid's bow. Then, fill lips with lipstick, blot and apply a second code.
This bright red De Vil in the Details shade is Cruella's signature lip color, and you can pre-order the limited-edition creamy matte lipstick from the Disney Cruella Collection by MAC.
In addition to a red lip, dark smoky eye makeup is the fashionable villain's go-to.
Connor advises applying black eyeshadow to your eyelid and smoke it out into a wing shape before blending the black shadow under the lower lashes.