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Glowing Dress Turns Claire Danes Into Cinderella At The Met Gala

Glowing Dress Turns Claire Danes Into Cinderella At The Met Gala

Age of Technology, and Claire Danes' dress took the cake. Designed by Zac Posen, he sourced the fiber optic woven organza in this dress from France, and there are 30 mini battery packs sewn into the gown's understructure, according to FastCo.

Claire Danes in an incredible lighted Zac Posen ball gown // The Wedding Scoop's favorite bridal red carpet looks from Met Gala 2016 {Pinterest: The Wedding Scoop}

Claire Danes in an incredible lighted Zac Posen ball gown // The Wedding Scoop's favorite bridal red carpet looks from Met Gala 2016

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Princess Wedding Dresses : Claire Danes glowing in a Cinderella-esque Zac Posen gown lined with fibre optic

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and the winner is: The theme of this year's Met Ball, fittingly sponsored by Apple, was Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, and Claire Danes' dress took the cake. Designed by Zac Posen, he sourced the fiber optic woven organza in this dress from France, and there are 30 mini battery packs sewn into the gown's understructure

Glowing Dress Turns Claire Danes Into Cinderella At The Met Gala

and the winner is: The theme of this year's Met Ball, fittingly sponsored by Apple, was Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, and Claire Danes' dress took the cake. Designed by Zac Posen, he sourced the fiber optic woven organza in this dress from France, and there are 30 mini battery packs sewn into the gown's understructure

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