Whistle while you work it!
A charity British pantomime production of "Snow White and the Seven Designers" is getting a major boost in the costume department -- from Vivienne Westwood, Giorgio Armani, and Jean Paul Gaultier, to be exact.
According to the press release, the show -- which raises money for the Dementia UK charity -- will also feature designs from the likes of Zandra Rhodes, Paul Smith, Pucci, Amanda Wakeley, Tomasz Starzewski, and Bruce Oldfield.
No bad apples in this bunch!
The annual event -- now extended to six performances -- will be performed by leading interior designers and is in its fourth year of raising money for charity.
"The Interior Designers' Pantomime has always been a way for a group of frustrated actors and like-minded designers to come together and do their bit for charity," organizer and furniture designer Tim Gosling says of the fund-raiser, which will run Oct. 12 to 16 at London's Garrick Theatre.
"This year we have really upped the ante."
No kidding. In fact, why not just 86 Dopey and Doc altogether and round up seven strapping male models? The sky's the limit, people.
Meanwhile, check out Kate Moss's dominatrix-themed "Snow White" shoot.