Do you love “Minions”? I do. More than 5 years these little cuties are in our life. We were laughing with them, were learning how to understand their fancy language “BANANA”, were learning how to be stylish and hot-tempered travelers…
The first movie that has shown “Minions” to the world was “Despicable Me” which released at 2010. Movie earned $543.1 million that proves how people had fell in love with these creatures. We already have seen other 2 movies, but the last one is the core of their history and developing.
Do you really think that just children watch cartoons? No, many of adults are the same children in their souls, so all of us are enjoying watching the cartoons too. Even fashion designers emphasized that minions have changed the people perception of the fashion. Some of them told that previously they hated yellow color and playsuits, after watching the cartoon they have changed their relation.
Recently the actress Sandra Bullock sold off 10 pairs of Rupert Sanderson-designed heels (that were inspired by the film “Minions”) at auction, raising $42,425 for the charity Art + Practice.
One of the designed heels Sandra has presented on the red carpet at the Minions film premiere. Everyone was really delighted with this cute pairs. The result of the charity auction, which was held on www.Charitybuzz.com, was match-funded by Bullock and brought the total to $84,850.
Even the British edition of Vogue was encouraged with Minions, so they have decided to make mockumentary movie about the fashion changes during the years and how Minions have influenced on fashion industry at beginning of their career. In this discussion have taken part Alber Elbaz, Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana and Stephen Jones who told their way of understanding and feeling the Minions appearance and so on.
The British edition of Vogue even publishes them on the cover of Vogue issue. Minions are the first animated character on their cover. I’m quoting “I think it might “even outsell the Millennium issue” – and while, admittedly, it won’t be on sale, at least now you can Instagram it” – said Alexandra Shulman (editor-in-chief of the British edition of Vogue).
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