Wedding Dress Designer Claire Pettibone Has Been Slammed Since Mrs. Mark Zuckerberg Wore One of Her Dresses!
Here Are 6 More Dresses by Claire! Which Would You Wear?
by Kim Fusaro, Glamour Magazine
Facebook stock might be losing value, but everyone wants a piece of Claire Pettibone, the wedding dress designer behind the dress worn by Priscilla Chan, who married Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in a surprise ceremony over the weekend.
The bride wore the Sky Between the Branches wedding dress, which features an illusion neckline and matte sequins. According to Women's Wear Daily, the designer "was besieged with phone calls Sunday and Monday from buyers looking for the $4,700 laser-cut floral gown." Her website picked up 26,000 unique visitors Monday; an average day sees around 1,500 uniques.
Read the full story here.
Here are six more Claire Pettibone wedding dresses. (The top is from her Spring 2013 collection, the next four are Fall 2012, and the final one is Spring 2012.) Do you find these equally as enchanting as Priscilla's dress?
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Wedding Dress 1
Wedding Dress 2
Wedding Dress 3
Wedding Dress 4
Wedding Dress 5
Wedding Dress 6
Visit Brides.com for more wedding dresses by Claire Pettibone.
Would you wear any of the other Claire Pettibone designs? Or would you want Priscilla's wedding dress?
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I think No. 2 is my fave!
p.s. Claire had NO idea Priscilla picked her dress before she saw photos! (This makes me like Priscilla even more, because it means she wasn't shmoozing for a free dress, which plenty of people would do in her shoes!)
Photo 1: Courtesy of Facebook for Brides.com. Photos 2 & 7: George Chinsee for Brides.com. Photos 3, 4, 5 & 6: Thomas Iannacone for Brides.com.
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I am sure that the designer here paid big money to get this blurb in MSN. What is tacky, pointless, idiotic is the petty, catty and ultimately stupid remarks that form the text.
Pricilla Chan Zuckerberg is a beautiful woman enjoying the greatest day of her life and this bunch of Pomeranians who want attention and to show off their bridal gowns are despicable.,
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