When Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs came out in 1938, she was the first Disney Princess. The fairest of them all was given a gothic Tudor-inspired fashion look, according to David Pacheco, the creative director at Disney, and her eyebrows are thin pencil lines with red ruby lips. "In order to keep the character looking young, she wore a little bow in her hair," he explained. "She was very special to Walt Disney. She set the ground rules for all the Disney Princesses."
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