Copycat royal wedding gown a hit

Updated: 2011-05-05 20:37


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Copycat royal wedding gown a hit
A combination picture shows a file picture of Catherine (L), Duchess of Cambridge, waving in her royal wedding gown, and Susana Xui (R), posing in a copy of the gown after purchasing it at a studio in Suzhou, Jiangsu province May 5, 2011. Yang Lifei, a Chinese fashion designer, originally made a copy of the gown for a British TV channel. After the dress was completed, her small wedding dress business received more than half a dozen orders in her hometown and other parts of China, as well as Paris, with prices ranging from 3,500 RMB ($540) in China to 8,000 RMB ($1230) in France. Britain's Prince William married his fiancee, Kate Middleton, last Friday. Her wedding dress was designed by Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton, ending months of fevered speculation in the fashion world over who would create one of the most talked-about outfits of the decade.[Photo/Agencies]


Copycat royal wedding gown a hit
A man takes measurement on a mannequin at a fashion studio, which recently copied the wedding dress of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in Suzhou, Jiangsu province May 5, 2011. In the background, a TV set is playing a repeat of last Friday's wedding between Britain's Prince William and his fiancee, Kate Middleton.[Photo/Agencies]

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