Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from The Inquisitr

Behind The 'Beauty and the Beast' Costumes: On ...

The Inquisitr-Mar. 19, 2017
This iconic yellow dress was so crucial to the whole of Beauty and the Beast film that even Emma Watson had her say in how the dress was going to turn out.
Story image for iconic gown from

Kendall Jenner Talks Copying Paris Hilton's Birthday Dress in ... 23, 2017
Kendall Jenner Talks Copying Paris Hilton's Birthday Dress in W Magazine ... Kendall directly addressed the controversy over copying Paris' iconic dress from ...
Story image for iconic gown from The Independent

Woman makes pizza-inspired prom dress

The Independent-Apr. 29, 2017
If food and fashion are your two main passions in life, the dress of your dreams ... of Belle's iconic dress from Beauty and the Beast by giving it a Mexican twist.
Story image for iconic gown from Yahoo Food

Did Karlie Kloss Steal Gwyneth Paltrow's Style?

Yahoo Food-Feb. 26, 2017
And not the iconic pink Ralph Lauren look that everyone remembers the goop founder ... While Kloss's Stella McCartney gown has its slight differences, the ...

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