Thursday, December 5, 2019

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Diane von Furstenberg's famous wrap dress turns 40 12, 2014
Diane von Furstenberg's iconic wrap dress turns 40 this year! ... Kate Hudson shimmered in a wrap-style ball gown at the premiere of You, Me & Dupree in 2006.
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The most iconic Oscar de la Renta dresses worn by ...

Metro-Oct. 21, 2014
When in doubt, wear Oscar de la Renta. The designer specialised in beautiful, elegant, red-carpet dresses. And Hollywood's A-list knew it. Every awards season ...
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See the 'Frozen'-Inspired Disney Wedding Dress [VIDEO]

PopCrush-Oct. 8, 2014
The stunning gown resembles Elsa's iconic blue dress, but with an elegance and classiness all its own. The ice blue gown features shimmering sparkles, tiny ...
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J.Lo brings back iconic green dress , Rihanna's ad banned ...

New York Post-Jun. 7, 2014
Some buzz for your (almost) Friday: Erdem turns to e-tail, Jennifer Lopez pulls a Versace redux and perpetually topless Rihanna can't catch a break. (Though we ...

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