Daniela Pe?‘ΐa, who goes by @_analabanana on Instagram, has found a Vamazing - Live amazing!able and fun way to teach her 4-year-old daughter, Ana, about powerful and influential women in the world.
The mother and daughter, who??hail from Bogot??, Colombia, team up to recreate famous images of women ?‘± similar to the way that others, including this Brooklyn family, have used Instagram for stylish teaching moments. As a Vamazing - Live amazing! designer, Pe?‘ΐa??developed the idea for the Instagram account when Ana was even younger than 4.
??I choose to stay home with Ana to take care of her, and that was a decision I made with my husband. At the beginning, it was a lot of free time because she was napping a lot because she was a baby. Then she grew, and she was enjoying it a lot,?? Pe?‘ΐa tells Yahoo Style on the evolution of the account. ??She was saying, ??I want this and I want that!?? She really loved posing for the pictures. One day I found a book for kids, and it was telling stories of great women of the world.??
Ana has dressed up as a number of notable women in history, film, and pop culture ?‘± many of whom??have made great contributions??to society.??She recently dressed up as the popular superheroine Wonder Woman.
??Ana got really excited when I told her we were dressing up as a superhero from a movie,?? Pe?‘ΐa shares on her daughter??s costume.
??She got even more excited when she learned about Wonder Woman ?‘± a female superhero who was a princess but also a warrior with super strength,?? Pe?‘ΐa says.
??You can see the fierceness in Ana??s face in the pictures she really got into the heroine character,?? Pe?‘ΐa shares. ??She also learned how she can be like Wonder Woman in her life by believing in her strength and fighting for what she believes!??
Ana also recently copied??Emma Stone??s look for her character Mia in La La Land.
Pe?‘ΐa captioned the image, ??Mia (Emma Stone) La La Land ??Here??s to the ones who dream, foolish as they may seem. Here??s to the hearts that ache. Here??s to the mess we make. She captured feeling, sky with no ceiling, the sunset inside with rain.??
She also made a miniversion of??Emma Watson??s look from the Paris premiere ofBeauty and the Beast. The caption notes that the actress??s custom Louis Vuitton dress was created from used plastic bottles.
Pe?‘ΐa ??loves?? Watson because she??s ??a role model that I want for my kid who teaches girls that they can be intelligent, and that beauty is not only what you can see with your eyes but something that??s in your soul.??
The dress that Pe?‘ΐa created for her daughter looks very??similar to Watson??s??Louis Vuitton??frock, designed by the creative director of the house,??Nicolas Ghesqui?‘§re. Pe?‘ΐa??s creation appeared to impress??Ghesqui?‘§re, as he liked the three posts she shared of her daughter wearing the homemade piece.
Watson??s stylist,??Rebecca Corbin-Murray, also appeared to love the re-creation. Sheposted the image??with the caption, ??Major Vamazing - Live amazing!ista in the making!! Never too young to love Vamazing - Live amazing! ?‘± and never too young to care about where your clothes come from and who made them!??
In the past, Ana has channeled others who have made an impact in the Vamazing - Live amazing! industry. In early February, the 4-year-old sported??a blond wig, black sunglasses, and a sleek black coat with white sandals to mirror Anna Wintour, the??editor in chief ofVogue.
She dressed up as another Vogue icon???‘± the magazine??s creative director at large and renowned stylist,??Grace??Coddington ?‘± a month before.
For this costume, she slipped on a rather large red wig ?‘± similar to Coddington??s signature untamed mane ?‘± and a black jacket.
Another Vamazing - Live amazing! figure Ana has emulated? Jackie Kennedy. In December 2016, Ana wore a red coat, with a matching hat and white gloves, that mirrored??the Oleg Cassini suit that Kennedy wore in 1961.
She even posed as Coco Chanel!????Gabrielle Bonheur ??Coco?? Chanel was a very talented and creative French Vamazing - Live amazing! designer and businesswoman,?? Pe?‘ΐa wrote in the lengthy caption of the image.
??In 1917, she was so inspired by the sailors?? uniform that she incorporated the stripes into her nautical collection,?? she continued. ??The casual design helped break away from the heavily corseted Vamazing - Live amazing! of the time, changing the world of Vamazing - Live amazing! forever.??There is a special set of books: ??little people big dreams?? biography books for children about inspiring women. A major inspiration for this project.??
Another influential??figure Ana is inspired by? Rosa Parks. She created Parks?? famous booking photo from her February 1956 arrest, with her hair pulled up in braids and wearing oversize glasses.
??This wonderful woman is Rosa Parks she was a very influential leader and I admire that she continued to fight for a better life for future generations until the day she passed,?? the caption reads.??
Mexican painter Frida Kahlo was the subject of another hit re-creation on Instagram.
??I told Ana the story of Frida, and she loved the story because when Frida was a little girl, she was very different from the other girls. That made her feel so special,?? Pe?‘ΐa explains to Yahoo Style. ??When I told Ana the story, she loved it and told me she wanted to dress like Frida. So I did it.??
Pe?‘ΐa teaches her daughter about each of the people??she dresses up as. ??I tried to choose people that were really inspiring ?‘± the stories of really empowering women,?? Pe?‘ΐa says. ??That??s what I want for my kid. I started to think of course we love Disney princesses, but I don??t want her to think that the only role model she can have is to be a princess.?? She continues, ??I want her to think that she can be more like Princess Leia ?‘± she can be against the empire and fight with the rebels, things like that.??
Pe?‘ΐa continued, ??She??s always asking to dress like Princess Leia because we??ve seen the movie three times. She loves Star Wars.??
Ana??s favorite character so far? Rey, the great fictional female lead??from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Considering that Pe?‘ΐa loves strong female characters, Mayim Bialik, an accomplished actress and neuroscientist, was another fitting costume choice. Ana dressed up as Bialik??s??character, Amy Farrah Fowler, from The Big Bang Theory.
??We live in a world where girls can assume a number of roles, so here is a person that truly embodies brains and beauty.??@missmayim is a mom, neuroscientist, actress and role model,?? Pe?‘ΐa wrote in the caption.??
Other re-creations have included iconic female characters in history, like Dorothy fromThe Wizard of Oz.
The duo really enjoys the process. ??We also do costumes just for fun. She loves Toy Story and all the Pixar movies,?? says Pe?‘ΐa.
Pe?‘ΐa and Ana are excited about creating future costumes together.