Informations générales pour les candidats et les embauches récentes

Faisant suite à la pandémie sans précédent de COVID-19 et en accord avec les mesures prises par les autorités françaises, Disneyland Paris restera fermé jusqu'à nouvel ordre.

Durant cette période, les sessions de recrutement, auditions, entretiens et formations d’intégration sont suspendus.

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General information for candidates and recent hires

As a result of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic and in line with government measures, Disneyland Paris will remain closed until further notice.

During this period of time, all recruitment/onboarding sessions, auditions and job interviews will be suspended.

Our HR Services will get in touch, as soon as possible, with all candidates recently hired and initially due to work from March 31st onward, as well as those who are currently into the hiring process. 


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A royal dressmaker


She has been making our Disney princess dresses–and little girls’ dreams– for twenty years. Luciana Frisoni, designer-seamstress, tells us more about her job.



  • What did you do before working at Disneyland® Paris?

I worked at the Paris opera house and for Madame Grès, a specialist in fabric folding. I was then a seamstress for a big Parisian cabaret, making the costumes for the dancers.  


  • Why did you choose Disneyland® Paris?

At first, I wasn’t sure I would like a company like Disneyland® Paris. I like to be on the move and I was afraid I would get bored in a large structure. But, I had a friend who worked here and said I should give it a try. When I arrived, over 20 years ago, I worked at the sewing workshop, making stage costumes. But I knew my skills weren’t being used to their fullest. I talked with my manager and told him I wanted to show what I could do. I was pretty convincing, because he gave me a model and I started making a costume.


  • What do you like about making Disney princess dresses?

The Disney princess dresses make young–and not so young–girls dream.  It’s true that I get real pleasure from making them, because there is still a little girl deep down inside me.


  • Why did you want to become a seamstress?

My mother was a seamstress in Italy, but she never pushed me to follow in her footsteps.  For her, it is a profession without much future. When my parents started seeing my costumes on television, they finally understood that I had been right to stick with it.


  • How would you sum up your career at Disneyland Paris?

My career at Disney has been a satisfying one. I get along well with my princesses, I sometimes even dream about them at night !