Chanel Iman as Minnie Mouse, Vogue Germany

It’s the close cousin of the bunny ears trend; and mickey mouse ears are proving nearly as popular of late. Model Chanel Iman does her best Minnie Mouse impersonation, wearing bow headbands and mouse ears, for the December 2009 issue of Vogue Germany.

Chanel Iman as Minnie Mouse

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Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009
Chanel Iman by Mark Seliger, Vogue Germany December 2009

Mickey mouse ears have been spotted recently on Kelsey van Mook in YEN, Karen Elson in Lula, and in the Tavik swimwear lookbook to name a few.

For more pictures of Chanel Iman in Vogue Germany, click on the gallery below.

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