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Own a Princess Kate Middleton Replica Royal Wedding Dress Made by Top Designer Allen Schwartz

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Donated by: Allen Schwartz
Own this exclusively designed wedding gown and veil by Allen Schwartz inspired by the Royal Wedding gown worn by Kate Middleton. Allen will personally fit you in his Los Angeles showroom (if you would like), and the dress will to be custom made in your size.

Allen B. Schwartz began his adventure and ultimate destiny in the fashion world at the age of sixteen when he ventured from his home in Brooklyn to Manhattan. With drive and determination, Mr. Schwartz landed his first job at Russ Togs. Through his passion for sales, Mr. Schwartz quickly worked his way through the ranks. However it was his instinct for design that would guide his success.

Esprit de Corp would be Schwartz's next major venture, in which he founded the brand and spent ten years at the helm growing the business in San Francisco. In 1982, Schwartz decided it was time to go out on his own. With the desire to design still burning, he made several major life changes including moving to Los Angeles where he launched A.B.S. by Allen Schwartz. The media and fashion buyers alike quickly hailed Schwartz "the master of trend." He is revered and applauded for the extraordinary job he does of bringing the latest trends to the stores in record time, with his own vision and interpretation.

The media has widely covered Schwartz and aided him in reaching a national and international audience. He appears regularly on Entertainment Tonight as a style expert, as well as frequents fashion segments on CNBC, CNN, the Today Show and Oprah. Allen and the A.B.S. brand also receive consistent editorial coverage in the major fashion magazines such as Vogue, Teen Vogue, InStyle, Lucky, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Us Weekly, In Touch and People. Schwartz was recognized by Forbes magazine as heading one of the nation's fastest growing fashion companies.

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Dress will be custom created to the size of the winning bidder. Long sleeve lace bodice bustle back gown will be a replica of Princess Kate Middleton's wedding dress. Also includes veil. May not be returned or exchanged.
Lot #259485

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Race to Erase MS

Race to Erase MS is dedicated to the treatment and ultimate cure of Multiple Sclerosis.

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