PHOTOS, VIDEO: The Edna Mode Experience Meet and Greet Opens at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Starting today through September 30, 2019, you can experience the world of The Incredibles! Bask in the world of Supers at Pixar Place, which has been transformed into a Municiberg city block right out of Metroville! An Incredible Celebration hosts a number of neat activities just in time for Hollywood Studios’ 30th Anniversary. We were there to experience the celebration during its big debut, and have photos of all the fascinating props and displays to boot. Best of all was The Edna Mode Experience, which included a pop-up Super-Suit Gallery… and of course, there were no capes.

Signs around Pixar Place—or should I say the City of Municiberg—advertise “A Super Fun Time” at The Edna Mode Experience.

It’s one of three offerings as part of An Incredible Celebration. The other two being the Super Shindig Dance Party and the “Where’s Jack-Jack?” Scavenger Hunt.

Long lines of fans await to meet their favorite designer.

Upon entering, you’re greeted with framed cut-outs of newspaper and magazine mentions, as well as full fashion editorial spreads. Edna Mode’s legacy truly spans throughout fashion history.

Violet’s invisibility suit is on display.

As is Frozone’s freeze-resistant suit.

“…behind every super… is a great designer.”

And finally, the moment we’ve all been waiting for: Edna Mode in all her fabulousness.

Work it, darling.

 

NO CAPES.

Here’s a video of the full Edna Mode Experience:

An Incredible Celebration takes place every day at Pixar Place starting at 10:30 AM. Stay tuned for more updates!

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Pretty sweet. Does she sign autographs?

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Only through September 30? That’s annoying. I wonder what the rationale is. You’d think Disney would want plenty of Star Wars alternatives to keep people occupied once the new land opens.