Monday, November 8, 2010

Exciting News About Bella's Wedding Dress

Above: Twilight: Breaking Dawn: Zac Posen (worn here by Penelope Cruz) is apparently designing Bella Swan's

From OK Magazine:

WE spend an awful lot of our time fantasising about exactly how Twilight: Breaking Dawn will pan out on the big screen.

And one of things that is getting us ridiculously excited is Kristen Stewart's Twilight: Breaking Dawn wedding dress for the scene Bella Swan marries Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson of course).

Last month Kristen revealed she is having a tough time picking THE dress - but today we can at least reveal the designer who is rumoured to be making it.

According to reports Zac Posen whose gowns have been worn by many an A-lister (including Natalie Portman, Rihanna, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Mischa Barton and Beyoncé to name a few) is the chosen designer.

Bella's dress is described in the fourth novel as an early 1900s design that looks like it's just stepped out on a Jane Austen movie so we're imagining some SERIOUS corseting and SERIOUS volume in that skirt.

We know what Kristen is like about going for the girly look so we just can't WAIT to see what she looks like as a bride!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That description in BD has always bothered me. Early 1900's gowns would be Edwardian (Very fitting) which does mean corsetry and possibly a bustle. A Jane Austen (Regency) dress has a really different sillouhette. They usually had an empire waist and a soft more natural shape. So how are they going to reconcile these very different designs? Although a wedding gown from the Anne of Green Gables period could be a softer shape with a high neck, lots of buttons at the back, and if the bride was wealthy enough, some lace. The Gibson Girl pictures that were popular then might give an idea. I can't wait to see what they finally do!