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Sunday, November 8, 2009

wedding in las vegas, part 2

You know it's gonna get freaky in Vegas, but first: Tha taaah! The Wedding Dress!

...all photographs courtesy of carl posey...

You saw me making this couture gown a couple of posts ago... it's made with sheer embroidered silk organza, which has been hand embroidered with different sized square and round sequin mirrors at the chest, straps, bottom and train. It is lined with a few layers of silk taffeta and silk satin.

The dress comes with a 2-ways-to-wear head scarf/cape, wich is made from silk organza and is also hand embroidered with large square and round mirrors. This wedding set also includes a pair of silk organza fingerless gloves and a mirror embroidered clutch! Again, please comment, comment, comment!

Although we stayed in the fabulous Bellagio Hotel, these images were created by photographer Carl Posey in the stunningly beautiful lobby hall of the Paris Las Vegas Hotel.

So, it's about time to get married!! The saga continues in one of the very next posts, where I will reveal the wedding photos taken in the Presidential Suite! Stay tuned!
In case you missed it: Wedding in Las Vegas, Part 1.


Lorianne Muster said...

I love this dress! I want the same one for my wedding! Please?

Edith Grunder said...

Es kools Chlaid, idil! Ha no nie so öppis gseh! Echt spitze!

Rhonda said...


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Yes, I'm full of myself, but I became an instant celebrity after showing my first collection in a fashion show in Zürich, 1995. It was covered by the Swiss National evening news. The Swiss press calls me "The Most Important Invention After Color TV!" This exposure lead to countless endorsements with companies such as Bernina (Sewing Machines), Philip Morris, etc. I was a judge at the Miss Switzerland 1998 competition and was chosen to design the clothing concept for the Swiss National EXPO' 02. Celebrities such as Gwen Stefani and Kelly Osbourne wear my fashion. In NYC, I gained recognition from the largest publications including WWD, Vogue, The Village Voice who called my label "The Best Name Of The Day" after Fashion Week and the New York Times declared: "IDILVICE's collection had the combination of elements that make a fashion audience sit up and take notice". Does it get better? Only The New Yorker article, which named IDILVICE one of the few lines besides Oscar De La Renta and Anna Sui to still be produced in the USA, may top that. Besides being a finalist in the Gen Art Styles 2000 and 2001 show, I have designed a couture collection for Elvis Presley Enterprises in Memphis.