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Fashion News: Beyonce's wedding gown revealed in new video

November 18, 2011 |  9:14 am

Beyonce, Tina Knowles
Beyonce married Jay-Z three years ago but only now are details about her wedding gown coming out -- thanks to the video for her live performance of "I Was Here," released this week, which contains a montage of events from her life, including the wedding. It's a strapless, kind of poufy dress reminiscent of the one Carrie Bradshaw wore in the first "Sex and the City" movie. It was designed by her mom, Tina Knowles, shown with the singer, above, with some of their House of Dereon clothing line. [Us]

Speaking of Jay-Z, he was named GQ magazine's Man of the Year at an awards gala in Los Angeles on Thursday night. Other honorees included Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake and Michael Fassbender. [Huffington Post]  [Telegraph]

And speaking of weddings, Margherita Missoni confirmed she is engaged to marry her race car driver boyfriend Eugenio Amos. [Vogue UK]

Rihanna has a new scent coming out called Rebelle. The name is in keeping with her first fragrance, Reb’l Fleur. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

One never knows where James Franco will pop up next. His latest project: directing the videos and shooting photos for denim purveyor 7 For All Mankind's spring advertising campaign. [WWD]

Claridge's Hotel in London has decided to make a change when it comes to decorating its windows for the Christmas holidays. Out is designerJohn Galliano, still in disgrace after being convicted of making anti-Semitic comments and fired from Dior. In is Lanvin's Alber Elbaz. [The Cut]

Inspired by the marriage equality measures in New York and Washington D.C. this year, the editors of Out magazine have put androgynous male model Andrej Pejic on the current cover, done up as a blushing bride. [Telegraph]

-- Susan Denley

Photo: Beyonce, left, with mom Tina Knowles of House of Dereon. Credit: Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times 


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