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PostSubject: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Sat Jun 21, 2008 12:57 pm

October 24th, 2007 : Victoria in London working on her clothing line.

Februay 3rd, 2008 :

She has her heart set on fashion, and has assembled a team that's helping her put together a capsule collection to be shown in New York this fall; not on a runway, but to friends and insiders. It will include dresses, which she loves, and will avoid too much embellishment.

Victoria's quote : "I've been thinking about this for a long time. I'm not in the music industry any more. I'm in the fashion industry. I'm putting together a team of people now so it will be my main project when I finish this tour in a month."


Interview done on june 4th, 2008 published on june 20th on WWD :

With an upscale dress collection and a new fragrance masterbrand project that will take her scents into U.S. prestige beauty doors for the first time, Victoria Beckham is determined to prove there's more to her than the tabloids would like us to believe.

And the success of her dVb (for David and Victoria Beckham, naturally) denim and sunglasses collections and her previous fragrances (which include Intimately Beckham Women) have her thinking even bigger. "I'm working on a collection of dresses at the moment, which I plan to show in September," she said, adding that the show will likely be held during New York Fashion Week, which runs Sept. 5 through 12. "It will be something completely different from what I've ever done. I'm just putting it together at the moment, but they will be very upscale dresses and likely will start at around $1,200 retail. I'm going to be using very expensive fabrics and finishes, lots of embroideries."

But don't look for Victoria Beckham tracksuits any time soon. "I won't do sportswear — I only like to do things that are true to myself, and things I would wear myself," said Beckham. "I started the denim collection because I couldn't find the perfect pair of jeans. I did the glasses because I am quite known for wearing glasses and little dresses. It is a dream come true for me to work on a dress collection. But sportswear, sports and me don't really go hand in hand — other than with my husband," she said with a laugh.

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Mon Aug 04, 2008 7:26 pm

From her interview with Vanity Fair magazine (september 2008 issue) :

VF : "In addition to your sunglasses and denim lines, are you working on any other projects at the moment?"

VB : "I'm designing a collection of chic, classic dresses that will debut next season. Timeless pieces that you will always want to keep -and, of course, wear with a fabulous fragrance!"

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Aug 26, 2008 11:20 pm


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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Wed Aug 27, 2008 12:13 pm

Thanks Shiraz, i cant wait to see the scans! Im hoping they have exclusive pics of the collection.
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Wed Aug 27, 2008 6:55 pm

Cant wait!!!
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:09 pm

Thank Shiraz ... I am curious
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Sep 02, 2008 10:42 pm

Extract from her interview with the Sunday Mirror done on august 29th, 2008 :

Victoria is gearing up for a new assault on the clothing industry with her own very posh range of couture gowns during New York Fashion Week. In two weeks, she will take a new range of full-length dresses to a hotel suite in New York and put on a show for editors of glossy magazines like Vogue and Harper's Bazaar.

She explained : "They're very sexy dresses. Full-length frocks and bold colours - stuff that makes women feel good.

"I'm just showing it to a collection of magazine journalists and boutique retailers because I want to start off small and see what the reaction is. I really hope people will like it.
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http://www.mirror.co.uk/celebs/columnists/zoe/2008/08/31/exclusive-victoria-beckham-has-no-baby-plans-115875-20718967/

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:48 pm

I found pictures of two dresses from her line: http://www.wwd.com/markets-news/victoria-beckham-launches-dress-collection-1739344?module=today%3Cbr%20/%3E#/

they're very much VB dont u all think Smile?
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Sat Sep 06, 2008 3:11 am

They're pure VB's style!! Specially the white one!!!
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Sat Sep 06, 2008 9:29 am

I want one
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Sat Sep 06, 2008 10:40 pm

Thank you Priscilla.





NEW YORK; Victoria Beckham’s first dress collection stays true to her style.

The line, previewed exclusively to WWD, clearly follows the former Spice Girl’s fashion mantra. The 10 looks are tailored to the body, made with fabrics such as basket-weave cotton, fine gazar and georgette silks and have touches of Indian embroidery and hand-sewn beading.

"The collection was inspired by the femininity and sophistication of the midcentury silhouette,” Beckham explained. "I’ve always been drawn to intricate, seam-detailed designs, as their structure enhances the flattering shape of a woman’s silhouette.

And, with a closet full of dresses from some of the world’s best designers, Beckham sure knew which details she wished to incorporate.

"I like to focus on the posture of a woman and how she holds herself, which led me to incorporate features such as modern corsetry and grosgrain details,” she said. “All corsetry is made for comfort and support with the finest materials, and, in addition, there are finer grosgrain belts that are incorporated into the line of the softer constructed dresses to give this effect in a more subtle way, thus enabling women of all sizes to wear my dresses to create a magnificent silhouette.

After launching her dVb label with jeans and sunglasses, the dress collection is the third fashion extension for Beckham.

Looks include a black stretch-cotton, hand-sequined strapless dress with a corseted bodice, and a black-and-white fleck cotton paneled style with topstitched shoulder panels.

"Structure is an important word to use when discussing my collection,” said Beckham, who is expected to grace Marc Jacobs’ front row on Monday. “The corsets and belts that have been incorporated into my dresses have been made in such a way that they are comfortable and supportive. My clothes are designed for women from a woman’s perspective.

The label will say both Victoria Beckham and dVb, and the collection is priced between $600 and $1,400 at wholesale. The collection will be unveiled during private appointments next week. Company executives declined to give sales projections for the line, which targets distribution to upscale department and specialty stores.

"Dresses are very signature for me, as I have always dressed in a very feminine and ladylike manner,” Beckham said. “This collection may be new, but it’s been a lifetime in the making for me.

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Sep 09, 2008 2:51 pm

New York Fashion Week : Victoria Beckham launches fashion collection

Victoria Beckham has launched her first fashion collection at New York Fashion Week based entirely upon her own personal style.

Esconced in the Royal Suite of the Waldorf Towers, she talked a select group of fashion press through what she called "my dream of a lifetime."

The collection, of just 10 styles, which will cost between £600 and £1,900, is based entirely upon Mrs Beckham's own style and owes more than a little to one of her favourite designers, Roland Mouret, inventor of the 'Galaxy Dress'.

Made in luxury fabrics such as silk organza, silk crepe, gazar, taffeta, wool stretch and fine cottons, in a subdued colour palette of black, navy, cream, cobalt and flesh-tone, each dress is cut, seamed and contoured to within an inch of its hourglass life and features a long pink-gilt zip snaking straight down the centre-back seam .

Interior corsetry, grosgrain waistbands, shoulder pads and ingenious 'nips and tucks' in the bust, waist and hip area, ensure that, as the fledging designer puts it "every woman who wears these dresses can have great posture and look great from every angle."

The dresses, in sizes 6-14, would be suitable for all ages, she said, singling out Nigella Lawson and Dame Helen Mirren as ideal customers.

Overall, the collection has a surprisingly modest, almost prim attitude with all hemlines ending at least three inches below the knee and some of the bow-neck, blouse-bodices having an almost governess feel.

But, as Mrs Beckham explained, these styles could always look more sexy with the bow undone, "like David (Beckham) undoing his bow-tie at the end of an evening."

The collection is being made in London with a small atelier staff of less than five people.

Only 400 examples of the entire collection will be sold worldwide and will be available from February.

"I know I have a lot to learn, but over the years I think I have worked out how women want to look," she said.

She described her inspiration as coming from all the designers whose clothes she had ever worn, coupled with a love of 40's and 50's styles and a desire to be comfortable.

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Sep 09, 2008 3:43 pm





. Pictures of the Spring/Summer 2009 Collection :








































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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Sep 09, 2008 4:09 pm

Thank you Shiraz ... nice..
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Sep 09, 2008 4:21 pm

. Quotes about the collection :



From Victoria :

"This has been a lifetime in the making," she said, adding that she's been wearing the best designers in the world for about as long. And she's not interested in making an "It" dress. "I don't want to make dresses that will date. I've always been about clever buying. "

"To me, ankles and collarbones are what’s sexy,

I didn’t want to make this challenging,” she explained. “I want it to be sexy and flattering, but in a way women will find sexy.

When they get into the dresses, ”she said, “they’re going to love them.

"I am really excited about it - I've done what I truly love : A collection that is stylish, chic and timeless."

"I am confident - in a very humble way. I made everything on myself. I suppose I am my own muse."

"because in these recessionary times, and at these prices, women are looking for something that will be an investment, aren't they?"

"Do I draw? No. Then again, nor do lots of designers. But I put it all on myself and walk around in it, and I know what feels comfortable. I know how a dress should sit. I've worn so many in the past and when I see the photographs I think, crikey, my boobs are up round my neck again because the corsets are too short and not cut high enough. Like I knew I would spend a lot on the best-quality zips because, like many women, I've had my share of crappy zips. I wanted a zip that undoes from both ends because then you can either put the dress on over your head or, if you don't want to mess up your hair, you can step into it - and also, you know, going to the loo wouldn't be this whole big palaver.



From journalists :

"They are figure-hugging, cut to maximise curves, although with a modest below-the-knee hemline and come in sizes 6 to 14."

"this latest venture - the line of ten dresses that Victoria launched at New York Fashion Week in September - is different. For a start, it's very good: limited in scope to the wasp-waisted, just-below-the-knee pencil-skirted, Fifties-inspired silhouettes that she has latterly favoured in her own wardrobe, but beautifully executed in luxurious fabrics and with the kind of attention to detail that maybe only a woman could muster: tiny bust darts so you don't spend the evening yanking up a strapless dress; internal corsetry and countless hidden hooks, eyes and fastenings to keep everything firmly in check." (Lisa Armstrong; The Times)

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Sep 09, 2008 7:50 pm

The dresses are gorgeous. Love them.
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Tue Sep 09, 2008 7:55 pm

I like them very much as well. & number 6 is so lovely.

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Sun Sep 14, 2008 3:15 pm

Really Good article from the London Times, long but soo worth it.

The talented Mrs Victoria Beckham (no, honestly)

The fashion set has been wowed by Posh’s first collection of clothes. How did she do that?
Kate Spicer in New York

A huge bodyguard stood outside the door to Victoria Beckham’s palatial suite at the Waldorf Towers hotel in New York early last week. Inside, a tightly controlled group of the most influential players in the world of fashion were being shown her debut line of 18 dresses. Only those considered high profile enough were admitted. Those stuck outside grumbled at the “control freakery” of Beckham and predicted a critical panning for the clothes.

Yet as the chosen few emerged, there was only one response, and it was a shocking one: “It’s good – really good.”

Shocking indeed. Beckham’s critical success at New York’s fashion shows was the biggest talking point of the week.

She had arrived in typical fashion, in a flurry of fake tan and flashing cameras, sporting a new, attention-grabbing cropped haircut that evoked positive comparisons with Audrey Hepburn. On her arm was her latest A-list new best friend, the actress and singer Jennifer Lopez. So far, so insubstantial.

Her collection changed everything. “We all went in expecting it to be awful, but she was tactile, passionate and seemed really genuine,” said one fashion director. “I got the impression she has worked really hard. To sit there and do what she did, to present to us lot, that takes a hell of a lot of confidence. I didn’t just like the clothes, I came out thinking she was a nice person.”

Inside the suite, Beckham had talked through every piece in the collection, describing her reasons for each detail, fabric, structure and stitch. Word was she became a bit nervy when questions veered away from the script, but the fashionistas were convinced by her ability to talk and her unwavering enthusiasm. Yes, there have been the odd snipes at her accent and her overfondness for the word “classy” for the audience’s refined tastes, but still, last week in Manhattan, you were hard pushed to find a word against her clothing range.

The highest praise came from Sophia Neophitou, the influential stylist and editor-in-chief of the cutting-edge magazine 10. “I loved it,” she said. “You know, I even ordered a piece for myself.”

According to her spokeswoman, Beckham was “excited” and “humbled” by the response. Privately she will be recalling those who have mocked her since she left the Spice Girls as a little more than a failed singer, clothes horse, wife to a famous footballer and mother to their children. At last she seems to have moved out of the shadow of Posh Spice. So how did she do it?

In July last year the Beckhams arrived in Los Angeles to fanfare and great expectation. David was the man who was going to turn soccer into a mainstream sport in America. Victoria would bring up their three boys, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, but also pursue other projects in the biggest market in the world. Brand Beckham, sullied by his affair with Rebecca Loos, would be saved.

Almost immediately, however, it started to look dodgy. They picked the wrong people to introduce them to Hollywood society in Tom Cruise and his wife Katie Holmes. A-list movie stars they may be, but their association with the Church of Scientology is increasingly regarded with suspicion.

On the football pitch, David was plagued by injury and his games for LA Galaxy were no more than reasonably well attended. Victoria’s foray into reality TV bombed. She hoped to set herself up as a player on the celebrity circuit and an influential figure worth watching with a six-part series called Coming to America on NBC. The show eventually aired as a one-hour special, which was widely mocked for featuring actors in what was supposed to be a documentary. To add insult to injury, nobody watched it.

“The Beckhams are the biggest disappointments in Hollywood,” said one LA insider. “The Cruise association is a terrible one. Add to that, Hollywood women need to be able to do two things – dress up and dress down – and she just can’t let it all hang out, which makes Angelinos tense. There are shared cultural rules here, and she breaks them by not chillin’.”

Earlier this summer there were stories that her jeans and sunglasses line was dropped from Kitson, a boutique on Robertson Boulevard where all the young hot starlets get snapped shopping, as much of a red carpet moment as any awards ceremony. Sales were poor, apparently, and she did not make enough personal appearances, according to the owner, Fraser Ross. In the end it turned out that all had been dropped was her menswear denim line.

Every now and again she would change her hair, which always seems to get a rise from the blogosphere and the women’s weekly rags, but in terms of high-class star quality and value, it appeared the Beckham brand was running near enough on empty.

Yet while she was not shining in Los Angeles, Beckham and her svengali-like manager, Simon Fuller, who masterminded the Spice Girls and now runs the Beckhams’ nonfootballing interests, realised she appealed to a wider community.

To a lot of women, she is a fashion icon. Her stand-by-your-man post-Loos decision may not have appealed to feminist instincts, but it chimed with the kind of woman who perhaps doesn’t have the balls, money or inclination to give an adulterous husband his marching orders. And many women love her style.

Johanna Waterous, a former retail sector director for the consultancy firm McKinsey and now a serial investor in emerging fashion brands, said: “If you head out of London and you stop 25 girls in the high street and ask them who they want to dress like, most of them will say her.” Even fierce old Germaine Greer has described her as “the Damien Hirst of dress wearing . . . she knows what to wear and how to wear it”.

For the sort of woman who thinks Kate Moss or Agyness Deyn look scruffy or weird, Beckham’s extremely groomed, clean-cut looks are more identifiably appealing than a more cutting-edge style. What better way to revive her fortunes than by exploiting this status through her own line?

Naturally many have questioned quite how involved Beckham was in the creation of her collection. They point to Fuller’s financial support of Roland Mouret, a French designer of accessible dresses similar to those produced by Beckham, as the guiding hand. Yet insiders insist that, while Mouret had an influence, the former Spice Girl’s vast wardrobe and experience of wearing clothes proved enough for her to take charge of the design process.

Working out of a small atelier with four staff based near her management’s offices in Battersea, south London, she had worked via e-mail, conference call and in person on the collection with the expertise of a project manager and pattern cutter, keeping control over the fabrics used and the detailing.

Even if she had outsourced the design to somebody else, Beckham remains the prime architect of what looks like a sure-fire success. In New York the influential buyers from top department stores were lining up to say how the collection will fly off the shelves.

Cindy Ho, fashion director of Villa Moda, the most influential boutique chain in the Middle East, said: “The collection is just great. All the styles are in saleable design.” Others praised dresses that will appeal to “a wider cross section of women than the usual catwalk offerings”. Perhaps most gratifying for Beckham were the plaudits from Bergdorf Goodman, the elite New York department store. “Victoria developed a collection that was as sharp and sexy as she is,” said Linda Fargo, its fashion director. “We feel that our customers will respond with the same enthusiasm we did.”

Not only did Beckham wow the buyers with the designs but her and Fuller’s commercial acumen has shone through. Only 400 of each dress in the first collection will be made and these will sell at prices ranging from £650 to £1,900. Such rarity will give them a collectable value. Fashion analysts in New York described them as “something to buy to keep for the children”. Elle Macpherson, the supermodel turned lingerie entrepreneur, said: “She’s a very clever woman.” For Beckham it is a triumph of tenacity. She has undoubtedly worked harder than most to break into the fashion scene and acknowledged as much last week. “I’ve been working on this for 34 years,” she said. “I always wanted to be a fashion designer. Then along came the Spice Girls which opened a lot of doors for me. And, let’s be honest, closed a lot. But those days are over. I was never going to be the world’s best singer, but I hope I can be a good designer.”

Mark Frith, the former editor of the celebrity magazine Heat, detects an element of vulnerability in Beckham’s desire for success. “I feel it’s important to her to be accepted and not be derided in fashion,” he said. “What propels her is the awkward teen she was. She wants to move away from that. I’ve always found her fun, with an incredible zest for life, but people see her coming out of restaurants not smiling and don’t see that side of her.”

He also notes that, almost despite themselves, many people feel an attachment to the couple, who have lived their adult lives as stars in the celebrity age. “For me the world of celebrity started with that photograph of them both wearing black polo necks and looking really shy when they got engaged,” he said. “We saw her getting married, exchanging vows – we couldn’t help but feel involved and attached.”

Even critics are finding themselves won over. Kelly Cutrone, an American PR maven, said: “To my mind, she hasn’t done much except be Victoria Beckham. At times it has seemed she is so insubstantial, it’s almost like she’s a holographic projection. But still, she has star presence, and she seems to be getting away with it. You have got to give her props for that unstoppable strategic force – it’s a pretty balls out way to go.”

Talking of balls, perhaps the greatest irony of her success in New York was that it came at the very moment that David Beckham saw his stratospheric career enter its end-game. Last week, as she was accepting the plaudits in America, he sat forlornly on the England team’s substitutes’ bench as Theo Walcott, a 19-year-old who plays in his position, scored a hat-trick. “I don’t expect to play every game anymore,” said Beckham afterwards. Handily, his wife is finally winning hers.
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:54 pm

I'm so glad she got good reviews, she deserves some credit for once!!
And I love the dresses, very classy and chic!
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Wed Sep 17, 2008 4:35 pm

A mention on Grazia cover



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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Wed Sep 17, 2008 4:42 pm

That is Grazia Australia.
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Wed Sep 17, 2008 4:46 pm

^ yes, i got it from their site : http://grazia.ninemsn.com.au/

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Fri Sep 19, 2008 2:50 am

^ i bought it earlier in the week, the article is awesome! Very supportive of Victoria and dvb. Its about a 6 page spread + full page ad for Signature
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Sun Nov 16, 2008 6:08 pm

From her interview with Victoria Newton for The Sun newspaper done at the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel (september 2008)

“I worked hard, kept my head down, looked after the kids, looked after David and quietly got on with my fashion work."


“And now, sitting here today, I feel so proud of what I’ve achieved."


“I’ve just got back from New York Fashion Week where the dresses I’ve designed got really positive feedback."


“The response has been absolutely mindblowing, I couldn’t have asked for more."

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Fri Nov 28, 2008 8:52 pm

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Fri Nov 28, 2008 10:10 pm

^ This advert is fabulous. Love it.

Can't wait to see her new website. I hope there will be also pics and videos of her, I liked them so much on dvbstyle.com.
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:40 pm

http://victoriabeckhamcollection.com

Her new site is open now. Love it.
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:41 pm

I love her new site Love so classy and chic!

The link to her ad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYd5dBlkijY
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Fri Dec 05, 2008 6:30 am

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Dresses (Spring/Summer 2009 Collection)   Fri Dec 05, 2008 9:49 am

^ Ah, that's great news.
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