Fairy Tale Fashion was a unique and imaginative exhibition on view at The Museum at FIT in New York City from January 15 – April 16, 2016. This exhibition examined fairy tales through the lens of high fashion. In versions of numerous fairy tales by authors such as Charles Perrault, the Brothers Grimm, and Hans Christian Andersen, it is evident that dress was often used to symbolize a character’s transformation, vanity, power, or privilege. The importance of Cinderella’s glass slippers is widely known, for example, yet these shoes represent only a fraction of the many references to clothing in fairy tales. This digital publication explores the highlights from the Fairy Tale Fashion exhibition by providing a multimedia design optimized for mobile devices, as well as offering special sections and contents exclusively designed for this content-centric app.