On May 11, 2012, famed costume designer Alice Estes Davis was honored with a window on Main Street. Fittingly, her window is next to her husband's, legendary animator Marc Davis, one of Walt's Nine Old Men. Then Alice Estes, the lingerie and dress designer was hired by Disney's Davis to design live-action reference costumes for Sleeping Beauty (1959). The two began a relationship that led to 44 years of marriage, following their wedding in June 1956.
A Disney Legend in her own right, Alice Davis worked with Mary Blair to create more than 150 costumes for "it's a small world" - which debuted at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. She also collaborated with her husband, using Marc's sketches to dress the animatronic buccaneers in Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean. A former Imagineer, Alice Davis also set up the departmental procedures for the manufacture and refurbishment of Walt Disney Imagineering's three-dimensional costuming.