alice in wonderland

The White Queen from Alice in Wonderland

Anne Hathaway brings the ethereal White Queen to life in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movies. She is the polar opposite of her sister, the wicked Red Queen, preferring kindness over decapitation of those who annoy her. She favors the color white and a Victorianesque wardrobe, consistent with the era of Lewis Carroll and Alice’s home world.

Mad Hatter

The Mad Hatter is a supporting character in Alice In Wonderland. He appears in both Lewis Carroll’s book and the Disney animated movie. In Tim Burton’s adaptation, he is portrayed by Johnny Depp. He hosts a tea party with the March Hare. When Alice arrives at the tea party, he asks the riddle: “Why is a raven like a writing desk?” To this day, no one knows the true answer. He also likes to pull various objects out of his hat. His personality is silly, flippant, and of course,”mad.”

Steamdress Alice

Steamdress Alice is from Alice in Wonderland Madness Returns. The Steamdress is the first domain dress that’s based on the steampunk and mechanical appearance of the Hatter’s Domain. It features a neck-frill like collar, a Waspie waist cincher with a harness attached and leather, buckled fingerless gloves.

Queen of Hearts

When she’s not chopping off heads or playing flamingo croquet, you’ll find the Queen of Hearts chasing after Alice. This bad tempered, tyrant might benefit from spending some time with her subjects – perhaps a spot of tea at a tea party?

Alice in Wonderland

Daydreams will get you everywhere or at least that’s the case with curious Alice who finds herself in Wonderland after chasing a rabbit into a hole. Always polite and rarely rude, Alice sure does find herself in a predicament with a bevy of characters. All this excitement just has Alice longing to be home with her best friend and loyal cat, Dinah.