Alice in Chains

And Tom Binns in Wonderland

Looks like Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are set a precedent, as the current trend in movie tie-in merchandise seems to be less action figure, more style driven. For Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland film adaptation, Disney has enlisted Tom Binns to create a jewelry line. Binns designed six pieces, each based on a character, including the Mad Hatter, the White Queen and Binns’s reported favorite, the Red Queen.

At prices ranging from $1,000 to $1,500, the limited-edition pieces, including the broken-teacup necklace, can certainly break the bank. A lower-priced collection, Tom Binns for Disney Couture, will be sold at the Tom Binns Megastore in New York and other boutiques.

Alice in Wonderland opens in theaters March 5.

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2 Responses to “Alice in Chains”

  1. » Blog Archive » Stella, Through the Rabbit Hole Says:

    [...] Tom Binns is not the only designer offering up limited edition Wonderland baubles. Stella McCartney’s Disney-love has transitioned from her Bambi-fied Fall ‘09 ad campaign to her necklace and bracelet designs for Burton’s Alice in Wonderland adaptation. The pieces make use of symbols from the story, with charms mixed in with faux pearls and Swarovski crystals. Stella McCartney boutiques are set to carry the accessories in February. [...]

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    [...] Burton’s re-telling of Alice in Wonderland will be in theaters this Friday, March 5th. I’ve got plans all weekend and won’t have [...]

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