Own Crystal Hefner's Wedding Gown and Shoes from Her New Year's Eve Wedding to Hugh Hefner
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This is your opportunity to own Crystal Hefner's stunning wedding gown and shoes from her recent wedding to Hugh Hefner!
Crystal and Hugh tied the not on New Year's Eve in an intimate ceremony at the Playboy Mansion. The gown is a strapless, floor-length mermaid-style in soft pink by Romona Keveza, and the shoes are designed by Aruna Seth.
Crystal is donating this dress in memory of her good friend, Mary O'Connor. Mary was Hugh Hefner's longtime assistant of 40 years, and is credited with helping Crystal reconcile with Hef last year, ultimately leading to their recent wedding. Money raised will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in Mary's name.
Donated by: Crystal Hefner
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Dress: size 4/6. Shipping charges will be determined after the auction closes, based upon the location of the winner
In condition as donated.
Cannot be returned or exchanged.
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