Sex and the city gown

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Vivienne Westwood has celebrated the year anniversary of that famous Sex and the City wedding dress by creating a series of ready-to-wear pieces inspired by the look. The film saw Carrie Bradshaw swap an understated vintage skirt suit for a show-stopping voluminous gown by Westwood. The Cloud dress was first seen in the brand's Gold Label collection and was re-designed by the designer specifically for the character. The corset top was created in gold-backed ivory silk-satin duchess and the skirt from metres of ivory silk Radzimir taffeta, creating an exaggerated silhouette, nipped-in waist and a pointed sculptural bust. The brand has since launched the Wilma cocktail dress in three different styles and the Wilma corset, all made using the Wilma cutting system that Westwood used to create the original look.

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Vivienne Westwood celebrates the 10th anniversary of the famous Sex and the City wedding dress

All products are independently selected by our editors. If you buy something, we may earn an affiliate commission. With a Sex and the City reboot officially en route, fans are pondering the question of where the characters are now. As the world waits to find out, why not rediscover some of the SATC weddings that led the characters to where we left them at the close of the highly controversial second spin-off film in ? By Hayley Maitlan d. It was Charlotte — of course — who became the first of the four friends to make it down the aisle. Charlotte stayed true to the classic splendour of her Tiffany engagement ring, choosing a suitably princess-like Vera Wang gown complete with a cathedral-length train and veil for the big day.

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Rarely-seen images of Carrie Bradshaw's runner-up gowns just surfaced on Instagram. All Sex and the City fans remember this scene from the first film: Carrie Bradshaw, portrayed by Sarah Jessica Parker , trying on wedding dress after wedding dress for an upcoming magazine photoshoot. During the fashion frenzy, however, she discovers the one; the strapless, sweetheart ball gown from Vivienne Westwood ultimately informs the rest of her small-in-theory, but big-in-execution almost nuptials to Mr. While Carrie refers to the garment as "a dress so special it could bring a wedding tear from even the most unbelieving of women," the process of choosing the design, behind the scenes, wasn't as simple.
You know, the one where she almost walked down the aisle in, but then Big played by Chris Noth got cold feet and screwed everything up. I guess. The strapless gown featured two different colors of material: The corset top was made from gold backed ivory silk satin duchess while the skirt was crafted from ivory silk Radzimir taffeta. It was truly one of the most magnificent pieces I've ever seen from the television series, and I'm positive I am not the only one who's still obsessed with the gown.