Location: Blue Ribbon Bakery, Center Street - Main Street USA, Disneyland.
Renié Conley was one of Hollywood's premiere costume & gown designers, when she was asked to design many of Disneyland's original costumes. She also designed the elaborate costumes and gowns used in the Golden Horseshoe Revue.
Born Irene Brouillet, the famed gown and costume designer was also known as Renié. Renié was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning the Oscar for Best Costume in 1964 - for her work in Cleopatra. After almost 50 years of designing some of Hollywood's most elegant gowns and costumes, Renié died in 1992, in Los Angeles, California.