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“I can show you the world

Shining, shimmering, splendid

Tell me, princess, now when did

You last let your heart decide?
I can open your eyes

Take you wonder by wonder

Over, sideways and under

On a magic carpet ride
A whole new world

A new fantastic point of view

No one to tell us no or where to go

Or say we’re only dreaming
A whole new world

A dazzling place I never knew

But when I’m way up here, it’s crystal clear

That now I’m in a whole new world with you

Now I’m in a whole new world with you
Unbelievable sights

Indescribable feeling

Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling

Through an endless diamond sky

A whole new world

Don’t you dare close your eyes

A hundred thousand things to see(Hold your breath, it gets better)
I’m like a shooting starI’ve come so farI can’t go back

To where I used to be
A whole new world

Every turn a surprise

With new horizons to pursue

Every moment red-letter
I’ll chase them anywhere

There’s time to spare

Let me share this whole new world with you
A whole new world

That’s where we’ll be

A thrilling chase

A wondrous place

For you and me”

*Lyrics Courtesy Walt Disney

I am sorry, but when I saw the name of this fabulous scarf from the Fall 2013 Zazou collection, I just HAD to post this  song from the 1992 Disney classic, “Aladdin.”

This Zazou piece, which sells under the style number 1207, comes in three colors: excalibur (shown), fuchsia and tile blue. It is 20″ by 75″ slub rayon with combed fringe and wholesales for $12.  And, with that monetary fact in mind, it is important to note that styles which are $12 and under must be associated with a minimum order of two per color, and the minimum order itself is $200.

Throw on this scarf and fly toward your dreams on you own magic carpet!

Zazou About Us Page

 

According to the Zazou website at https://www.zazou.com/z_index.php, the founders chose the name ZAZOU because around the time of World War II, Zazou was the name of a group of nonconformists in Paris who loved to dance and dress in outrageous fashions.

In 1994, however, the word Zazou  popped up again, but this time, the spelling changes and it was shown in an American, animated film made by Disney: “The Lion King”

Lion King

 

In “The Lion King,” there was a savannah filled with colorful characters, including Timon and Pumbaa, Simba and Nala, Mufasa and Sarabi, and, of course, the always-prestigious, Zazu.

Zazu

 

Zazu is the right-hand (or winged) man to the king of the jungle, and though he is not necessarily respected by the  lions, he was always an intricate part of Pride Rock.

Unfortunately, ‘Zazu’ seems to have no meaning in the Swahili language, but in the language of Disney, it translates to ‘pouncing practice’ or ‘banana beak!’

Images Courtesy Walt Disney and Zazou