All the Ways You Can Dress Like a Disney Princess

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All the Ways You Can Dress Like a Disney Princess

Google and H&M Team Up to Bring Customers ‘Coded Couture’

A garment based on your own unique lifestyle could soon be a reality thanks to the “Coded Couture” project by Google and H&M’s Ivyrevel label, currently in closed alpha testing. H&M-backed digital fashion house Ivyrevel has been working with Google on a project called “Coded Couture”, in which Android users will be able to use an app to design a personalized “Data Dress” based on their lifestyle and preferences.

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Jinger Duggar Picks Out The Perfect Wedding Dress On ‘Counting On’

On Jill & Jessa: Counting On, Jinger Duggar and family prepped for a wedding dress shopping spree where Jinger would pick out her dress for her big day — her marriage to Jeremy. Jinger made sure that the dress wasn’t immodest and proceeded to try on three different dresses that all looked nearly identical. Number three was the big winner and earned the title of “The Jinger,” by the designer.

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Brutally honest eBay post for wedding dress prompts surprising outcome

LONDON — Finding out the love of your life has cheated on you is one thing. But then having to foot the bill for the divorce? Well, that's a whole other level of awfulness. SEE ALSO: Fitness model Chontel Duncan shows us the messy side of motherhood This is the terrible situation Samantha Wragg of Chesterfield, UK,  is facing. And she's taken to eBay to sell her wedding dress. The product description of her ivory Art Deco dress is likely the darkest one to ever grace the site.  “Great condition but needs dry cleaning before wearing to get rid of the stench of betrayal,” reads the product's description.”If you want a dress that is full of bad memories and shattered hopes and dreams then this is the one for you,” it continues. Wragg apologized for the lack of photos of the dress, admitting that when she found out her husband was living with another woman, she burned and permanently deleted everything with his “disgusting” face on it.  “I didn't have time to get it dry-cleaned myself before my cheating scumbag of a husband decided to call an end to our marriage,” wrote Wragg.

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Supermodel, dancers to lead Rio opening ceremony show

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen, trailblazing transgender beauty Lea T and carnival dancers will show off Brazil in its multicolor glory at the Olympic opening ceremony Friday. Rio has a hard act to follow after London 2012's alternately humorous and jaw-droppingly sophisticated version. This opening ceremony, held in a country suffering its deepest recession in almost a century, will be more modest.

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Mario Dice takes the reins at Capucci

Italian couture house Capucci is relaunching a ready-to-wear line, with designer Mario Dice at the helm.

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Mario Dice takes the reins at Capucci

AI participated in designing this supermodel-worn dress at the Met Gala

Technology has officially infiltrated fashion, and last night’s star-studded Met Gala served as proof. The glamorous event, always known to set the fashion police’s tongues wagging, took on a very 21st-century theme on Monday, with guests offering their takes on this year’s theme — Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology. Thoroughly embracing this modern marriage are IBM and Marchesa, who debuted a so-called “cognitive dress” on supermodel Karolina Kurkova. On my way! @marchesafashion #MetGala #emotionalintelligence #wearabletech @ibm #MetGala2016 pic.twitter.com/nyI6OR22wC — Karolina Kurkova (@karolinakurkova) May 2, 2016 Calling it a “first-of-its-kind garment with cognitive inspiration woven into every step of the creative process — from concept and R&D, to design, and finished product,” the dress comes from the combined atelier of fashion powerhouse Marchesa and none other than IBM’s Watson. Not only is this AI powering hotel concierges, giving us recipes, and tracking the Masters golf tournament, it’s now designing dresses as well. Who says you can’t do it all? “This all started when we learned about the Met Gala theme,” Ann Rubin, VP of branded content and global creative at IBM, told AdAge.

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AI participated in designing this supermodel-worn dress at the Met Gala

Nicole Kidman is Wearing Alexander McQueen on the Met Gala 2016 Red Carpet

The star was striking in a caped gown on Monday at the Costume Institute.

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Alexa Chung’s Marks & Spencer Collection Makes Retro Pieces Modern

Additional key pieces from Archive by Alexa include a floral “Misty Dress,” ruffled tops, silky slips and an on-point pleated “Effie” midi skirt. The collection is accompanied by a campaign styled and modeled by Chung herself and shot by photographer Tom Craig, sees Alexa herself taking creative ownership of the mood and direction.

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Spanish maker of Princess Charlotte dress inundated with orders

By Sonya Dowsett MADRID (Reuters) – A family-run children's clothes shop in Spain has been inundated with orders from around the world for dresses identical to the one worn by Britain's Princess Charlotte in the latest official photos – but has enough cloth to make only 20 of them. “The biggest advertising agency in the world couldn't get this response, it's incredible,” said Margarita Pato, who realised the princess was wearing one of her designs when she saw the photos in Spain's Hola magazine. “In Spain interest has soared, but in England it's almost a revolution,” added the 62-year-old founder and designer of M&H. However, the shop is not going to crank up production in response to the overwhelming demand because there are only 10 metres left of the pink floral fabric used in the princess's outfit – enough to make just 20 more dresses.

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