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Now that the film is out, you can buy a replica of her dress from Alfred Angelo (though the design apparently has the blessing of the original designer).
The replica of Bella’s gown will set you back just $799, which is cheaper than the royal replica from ABS by Allen Schwarz. Interestingly, both dresses feature lace sleeves, so I’m sure we’ll see a lot of brides wearing that trend over the next few years.
If you would rather wait for the real thing, Carolina Herrera will start selling the “original” through her boutiques next year. No word on the price yet, but let’s assume it will be significantly more than the Alfred Angelo version.
What do you think of Bella’s gown? Would you wear a replica down the aisle?
Today we’re continuing the film series that we started last week.
Eat is one of the three films in Eat, Learn, Move, the series comissioned by STA Travel Australia. It’s a great look at food from all over the world, including some rather interesting cuisines (grasshopper, anyone?)
It makes me hungry and gives me itchy feet all at the same time! Enjoy!
As mentioned in my post about Snow White and the Huntsman earlier this week, there’s a second film coming out about the same fairytale.
In a bid to play catch-up, the trailer for Mirror Mirror has been released just days after its rival.
It looks like Mirror Mirror (which actually comes out first) is a more comedic (and Disney-inspired) affair, and I can’t help but think that this trailer was rushed through because it’s not nearly as slick as Snow White and the Huntsman.
Mirror Mirror is scheduled for release in the US on 16 March 2012.
What do you think? Which film are you more excited to see?