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Tudor Couture
I love Tudor history.
I also love fashion.
I combine them using Photoshop.
Anne Boleyn x Dolce & Gabbana
I liked the idea of having Anne in Dolce & Gabbana. This fashion house exudes flirtation, beauty, and joy of life. While the brand is Italian and Anne grew up in the French court, she still had a worldly and seductive presence about her that perfectly represents a brand like Dolce & Gabbana.
Mary, Queen of Scots x Alexander McQueen
Mary was the Queen of Scotland. Having been crowned at only 9 days old, raised in France, and standing at almost 6 feet tall, Mary must have seemed a powerful force.  Her story leans towards the tragic though, and because of all this I found it most fitting to dress her in Alexander McQueen - my favorite designer.
Jane Seymour x Vera Wang
In every way, Jane was the opposite of Anne Boleyn. She had a more quiet and elegant way about her, which I thought perfectly fitting with Vera Wang.
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