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September 16, 2011  | by: Aubrian Body

The Fashionable Stars of Twilight

Twilight has become a phenomenon over the past few years, generating millions of fans and followers.  It all started when author Stephenie Meyer wrote the first book in 2005. Kristen Stewart has captured the hearts of Twilight readers and as an actress, she has always delivered, but she hasn’t always dazzled us on the red carpet.

Stewart has evolved as a budding actress and her style has gotten a glamorous make-over. I’m so glad to see her find her own style and become more of a lady and not one of the boys.  She’s finally glammed it up!

Christian Siriano's Design

As far as Twilight: Breaking Dawn goes, this will be the part in the story where Bella (k.stew) and Edward (r.patt) get married! So as Kristen grows up and evolves, so does Bella.  But not only does the marriage defy the logic of human and vampire relationships, it is also causing an uproar in the fashion world, but why?

Because designers are biting necks and staking hearts for the chance to design Bella’s wedding gown! Designers like Christian Siriano, Max Azria, Monique Lhuillier, Lela Rose, and Zac Posen have submitted sketches, and that’s just a few!

Like any other Twilight fan, I’m crazy excited to see what designer the director went with! Are you excited too or are you over it? Leave a comment and let us know!
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