- 11 February 2013
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That big movie-screen dress that Carrie Underwood
wore when she performed at the Grammys—who paid for that and what happens to it now? —Allee Cat, via Twitter You speak of the Theia gown so smooth and white that it allowed the Grammy folks to project butterflies all over it. I was a bit surprised—and impressed—when I learned how that dress came together and what happened to it. I have that dish for you, as well as the fate of other famous red carpet dresses you may remember. First, that Theia gown. It was made especially for Underwood, and for that performance in particular. The label stitched up the creation in a breathlessly short 3 days, wrestling a total of 10 yards of...
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