Gold Clown prize for Merrylu & Jozsef Richter

Gold Clown prize for Merrylu & Jozsef Richter

On the 42nd International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo the GOLD Clown prize winners are Merrylu & Jozsef Richter! And on top of the GOLD Clown, the talented group won the Audience Prize as well.

They performed their great exotic animal act, with the amazing Jockey group and Pas de Deux act. They were wearing a CDP costume in the marvellous stunning Pas de Deux act, a white and brown costume what was made with over 8.000 Swarovski Crystals!

We are very proud and happy about Merrylu & Jozsef Richter’s success, and all of our team congratulate for them and wish a big luck for their future life and career!

CDP is very glad that the artists, who wear our costumes on circus festivals, are always price winners!

The Sparkle & Delight of the Greatest Showman Costumes

The Sparkle & Delight of the Greatest Showman Costumes

The Greatest Showman was released last year to great applause. This film is about circus superstar P.T. Barnum. It showcased many beautiful costumes created by costumer designer, Ellen Mirojnick. It’s not surprising that this production was performed as a musical, which is befitting the theme. Huge Jackman, Zendaya, Zac Elfron, and Michelle Williams headline the cast with their circus antics.

Sketch: Phillip Boutté/Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox; Photo: Niko Tavernise

One of the most beautiful aerialist costumes is worn by Zendaya for her performance. This aerialist costume featured a lush purple satin bodysuit with Swarovski crystals in a V-shape down the front. Ruffles surrounded the legs, with matching sleevelettes. The look was completed with gold leather boots. The fabric in her costume was actually stretch satin, making her look like a fairy, but actually giving her good movement for her aerialist act.

Apparently Ellen is quite a crystal freak, as her costume designing focused on covering them in thousands of crystals. She gained her inspiration from costumes dating back to the 19th century, just when P.T. Barnum created his circus shows.

About 85% of the circus costumes were made specifically for The Greatest Showman, so Ellen’s costume designing skills kept her busy for the show. But even of the remaining 15% of costumes that were purchased, most were torn apart and remade to suit the period.

The Greatest Showmen Costumes

Ellen also took inspiration from John Galliano at Dior. It was her goal to be true to the time period of 1845 to the end of that century. Apparently over 60,000 Swarovski crystals were sewn into the performers’ costumes.

The Greatest Showman

Ellen also gained some inspiration for her circus costumes from Las Vegas, and the romanticized jazz films of the 20th century. Her costume designing utilized different elements to create a magical and fantastic look in the film, including in the aerialist costume.

Apparently all-black is not suitable for such a flashy musical, so the goal was to use jewel tones and romantic colours for the circus costumes. Every colour of the rainbow was represented in the costumes, from blues, to greens, pinks, purples, and reds.
Ellen was aiming for a bespoke look by adding a lot of sparkle and elegance to her costume designing. She felt that it created light that lifts people’s moods, and makes every look better.

We can’t forget about the ring master costume in the film either. P.T. Barnum was played by HughJackman. Even though P.T. possessed no circus skills, he was still the greatest showman. His ring master costume featured a tailored suit with white shirt with cravat, a blue jacket and pants, and a red overcoat. He sported a tall black hat and a small black wand to complete his ring master costume.



Sketch: Phillip Boutté/Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox; Photo: Niko Tavernise Hugh Jackman as P.T. Barnum in The Greatest Showman.

If you’re hoping to be a part of the greatest show on earth, it starts with a great skill and a fantastic costume. CDP creates costumes for circus artists around the world. Please contact us now to discuss how we can add sparkle and delight to make you stand out on stage, because “The Show Must Go On”…

May the Most Sparkle Win

May the Most Sparkle Win

Each year the Miss Universe competition is eagerly watched around the world. The main questions asked are: who is wearing what? Who will outdo other costumes? and most of all, who will be crowned Miss Universe 2017?

The winners are tested on a variety of platforms, but the popular national costume display is merely for show. This year costume designs were bold and colourful.

The Venezuelan costume was a flowing blue and white confection bedecked with pearls and a large seahorse sceptre.

Miss Indonesia chose a golden gown in the theme of a golden bird goddess.

Miss Universe Panama wore a bright green costume with flowers representing her country.

Perhaps some of the most notable of all the costumes were those that had been created with genuine Swarovski crystals. This is due to the crystals being made from glass, rather than plastic, and being durable, with metal foil backings that don’t easily peel off. Each year it’s exciting to see which competitors utilized Swarovski crystals in their costumes.

One notable costume was worn by Cheryl Chou, from Singapore. She wore a colourful costume in pinks, yellows, blues, greens, and golds, with rainbow wings. Her headpiece was designed by Moe Kasim and created to represent a traditional bridal headpiece. This headpiece was topped by Swarovski crystals.

Not to be outdone, Miss Universe Malaysia also chose a sparkly white and light orange jumpsuit bedecked in clear white Swarovski crystals. Her costume represented the Patronas Towers in Malaysia. The two towers pointed up from her shoulders, with futuristic silver shoes. The crystals were arranged in square and arrow patterns around her bodice and legs, with stripes down her arms. Many applauded the direction away from a gown to something akin to a national superhero costume.

Miss Thailand wore a traditional dress with gold lamé and gems with a long cascading shawl. This costume was intensely scrutinized and labelled the “Jewel of Thailand”. The crystals in this costume were also Swarovski crystals, and the gown was inspired by old film footage of Queen Sirikit.

Host Steve Harvey announced the winner on Sunday, January 29th. Miss France, Iris Mittenaere won. She hopes to become a dental surgeon, and won with her amazing national costume in glittering rhinestone gemstone jewellery and red feather boas, much like a showgirl costume.It’s hard to imagine how next year’s candidates will top 2017’s amazing costume designs, but it should be worth the wait.

If you’re in dance or show business and are seeking a show-stopping costume for the stage, or a dance dress for a competition, we’d love to assist you in designing and sewing a masterpiece. Our seamstresses are experienced in the proper installation of Swarovski crystals on fabric. Please contact CDP—Costume Design Plans—today and we’ll take your costume ideas into reality so you outshine and out sparkle the competition. 🙂


The Rio Summer Olympics Sparkles with Swarovski Crystals

The Rio Summer Olympics Sparkles with Swarovski Crystals

The 2016 Rio Summer Olympics may have come to an end, but the memories of the beautiful leotards that the athletes worn continues to live on. Of note are the leotards that the US gymnasts wore, and the water ballet dresses worn by the synchronized swimmers.
The US women’s gymnastics team consisted of five young women. For their national team coordinator, Martha Karolyi, she felt that the right outfit would lend confidence to their performance. While the gymnasts had many changes of outfits during the Olympics, one set of leotards that stood out consisted of red, white, and blue fabric, with thousands of glittering Swarovski gems sewn onto the surface.The notable outfits had a red bodice with blue base, and a stripe of red along the neckline and waistline. The bodices of the suits were encrusted with thousands of small Swarovski crystals. Their coordinator has called competition leotards “little prom dresses”. She felt that a great look coupled with good routine preparation would give them good feelings on the competition floor. us gymnastThe leotards started out being patriotic, and then evolved into a much fancier design. These leotards were created by GK Elite Sportswear. Apparently as the suits were being made, Karolyi kept on saying, more sparkle, more sparkle. Each of the gymnasts had received a total of twenty leotards. Twelve were strictly for training, and eight were for competition, and presumably each were encrusted with crystals. Each of these Rio leotards has about 5000 Swarovski crystals on them. In the stores, a similar leotard would cost the gymnast about $1200. The official outfitter of the US women’s team said that “We may have hit peak crystal”, acknowledging that there was no way to sew even more crystals onto the outfits.
While we didn’t get to see all their leotards, we do know that there was another version with pure red fabric, long sleeves, and sparkling swirls of Swarovski crystal designs over the surface.Mexico's Karem Faride Achach Ramirez and Mexico's Nuria Lidon Diosdado Garcia_2
The synchronized swimmers also wore swim dresses that were encrusted with Swarovski crystals. This is a water ballet type of event set to music, and is done in teams that coordinate a routine together. Some notable swim dresses were sleeveless, with large black stars against a golden background, and encrusted with jewels.

Using Swarovski crystals on leotards is apparently becoming trendy. Nastia Liukin won a Beijing gold title while wearing an outfit that was adorned with 184 crystals. Douglas won a London title with a leotard that had 1188 crystals sewn on it. Apparently all the performers agree that the outfit creates part of that look good, feel good, do good aspect of the best competition. Apparently what you wear can matter like in showbiz.water balle
Despite the extra weight of the crystals, they aren’t heavy enough to impact performance. But Swarovski have a new type of crystal called the Concise Crystal. This gem is half the weight of the current crystals and it’s already available in hotfix in three different sizes and eight different colors. Get the Concise crystals from CDP! Just contact our Swarovski consultant:

Since there were thousands of shining stars in the Rio Summer Olympics this summer, it will be exciting to see if the leotard designers can sew on even more crystals for the next summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan in 2020.

The Rockettes—A Glittering New York Spectacular

The Rockettes—A Glittering New York Spectacular

When we hear the name Rockettes we think of the famous dancing company from early last century. Not just any dancer gets accepted into the Rockettes—one must have exceptional pose and balance, and fluidly follow the movements of the other dancers, so all appear to move as one. The great costume and dress designs are also another great reason to buy a ticket. The Rockettes are a famous dance company that was founded in 1925, and have been performing at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City since 1932. Each year, 500 women audition for the chance to be a star. This year’s show promises to dazzle and amaze with it’s “New York Spectacular” theme, with a variety of glittering and sparkling costumes made with crystals.

The story begins with three children becoming separated from their parents while on a trip to New York. New York’s most iconic sites come alive for them. The summer Rockettes wear unforgettable costumes, while dancing to a great soundtrack of classics, pop hits, and new compositions. In one number, the dancers are wearing black suits with long sleeved jackets and shorts, with large sparkling polka dots lit up with LED lights. Their black hats are also adorned with sparkles. In another set, the dancers are wearing 1920s-style flapper dance dresses in shimmery silver sparkles. As the dancers whirl, the fringe on their dresses moves with them, presenting a flashy and sparkly display. One of their sets called “Singin’ in the Rain” has the Rockettes performing in bright yellow raincoats with pink ruffles, and matching gumboots. Each Rockette dances with an open umbrella in hand that resembles a giant pink blossomed flower. The show even involves actual “rain”.
The show takes the kids through a variety of famous landmarks in New York: Grand Central Terminal, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Wall Street, Central Park, and more. It’s a reworking of last year’s Rockettes Spring Spectacular, but with some differences to attract revisits from their loyal audience.

The Rockettes were choreographed by Mia Michaels from So You Think You Can Dance. The show was written by Douglas Carter Beane and the costumes were designed by Emilio Sosa. Emilio is also known as Esosa, and he’s been nominated for many awards for his costume sewing designs, and has been on Project Runway, and designed for many other Broadway shows. He also worked on the costumes for last spring’s New York Spectacular. In the past, the Rockettes’ costumes have been known to be adorned with Swarovski crystals, some of the best and most glittering faux gems. During their 2012 show, one of their costumes had over 3000 Swarovski crystals on it. The Rockettes’ New York Spectacular is a glittery pageant, full of music, dance, sets, costume and dress designs. With so much to see, don’t expect a lot of story line at one of their —it’s mostly visual—but go for the enjoyment of a world-class show full of amazing dancers and incredible costumes.


Disney’s Musical Aladdin Features Two Million Swarovski Crystals

Disney’s Musical Aladdin Features Two Million Swarovski Crystals

Aladdin is one of the best loved fairy tales, and Disney has brought it to life in books, film, and now with a musical performance that began in Broadway, then moved across the pond to the UK. Their performance of Aladdin has involved some intricately designed costumes that are brightly coloured, beautiful, and encrusted with over two million Swarovski crystals at last count.

Disney’s Aladin Musical Costumes

Apparently this has been the first musical production that has ever utilized over 2 million individual crystals. A great number of hours has gone into designing these costumes and creating them for the stage.This stage production’s costumes for Aladdin has fallen under the responsibility of costume designer Gregg Barnes. He has been the one responsible for dreaming up “A Whole New World” of intricate and magical costumes. (A Whole New World is one of the hit songs of the stage production.) Gregg Barnes had to start at the beginning for his costume design. While he had books and films to reference, he wanted to create special costumes for the musical theatre production of Aladdin that stood apart from the others. You may have noticed how his costumes are brighter, shinier, and sparklier than anything you’ve seen before. When people purchase their theatre tickets, they’re expecting more than an entertaining show, they’re going for the wonder of it all. This means that not only must the stage settings wow the audience, but the costumes as well. Barnes also wanted a cohesive theme to carry throughout the show. What better way to do that then through sparkling crystals. He felt that the theatre show was a lot different than anything that has come before. You can’t have simply one or two costumes with crystals—the entire production must sparkle and dazzle and audience.

Barnes decided to take a look at shows such as Dancing With the Stars, belly dancer costumes, musicals, and Middle Eastern garments for costume inspiration. He has certainly succeeded in creating his unique vision of the show, yet still holding to the traditional imaginings of the Aladdin theme too. It took over 32 workshops to create the beautiful clothes seen in Aladdin. The Swarovski jewels have been sewn among beading, making the costume production tasks take doubly longer. These crystals were sewn into fabric that was sourced from many different countries, including China, France, India, Morocco, and Japan.aldin-jasmine-costumes

Many of the costumes also utilize modern construction techniques, such as laser cut leather, silicone moulding, and subliminal dye work. And even though the clothes look shimmery and light, they must withstand the hours of time on stage. On average the team had eight shows a week to do. That’s a lot of wardrobe changes that the Swarovski-encrusted clothing must withstand. The construction must be well-made, with each article of clothing requiring an inner layer too.

The costumes began by being cut into pattern pieces, painted, and then the Swarovski crystals applied. Then the pieces were returned to the dressmaker for final construction. The costumes still look as bright and sparkling during their first show in the UK as they did during their first opening show on Broadway.
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Selena Gomez Sparkles in 100.000 Swarovski Crystals Onstage

Selena Gomez Sparkles in 100.000 Swarovski Crystals Onstage

It can be quite an achievement to figure out how to make a world-renowned musical celebrity wear mostly sparkling Swarovski crystals and not much else. In Selena Gomez’s recent Revival Tour she not only debuted a new song, but also a bright and sparkling costume that featured over 100.000 Swarovski crystals. This costume featured a light golden coloured body-encasing bodysuit that covered her torso, but left her arms, legs, and neckline shimmering with the thousands of tiny sparkling gems.

Selena wore matching light gold boots to match the costume. This was the costume she wore during the opening number of her show, and she certainly wowed and stunned the audience. Her catsuit was completely covered with the clear colourless crystals, and apparently the official crystal count was 96.480, as apparently the designers were counting. Swarovski has created some of the best crystals for costumes, ensuring that the crystals are durable, sparkle as much as a diamond, and that they last a long time, as costumes often become part of museums or personal collections.

Selena Gomez’s costume was designed by the New York label Monse and involved a collaboration between the Austrian Swarovski company and the design label.

Selena Gomez Swarovski Costume

Surprisingly, there are actually two Swarovski-encrusted costumes on Selena’s musical tour. Every second night she wears a black version of the golden-nude one. She alternates her costumes each night of her tour. For those lucky attendees who have more than one night of tickets to her shows, they’ll get to see her in both spectacular versions of the costumes.

Her opening act begins with a costume transformation. She enters the stage wearing a full-length gown, morphs into cocktail length being short in front and long in the back, and then she discards her gown completely to reveal the black or the golden catsuit beneath. During the transformation she keeps her face veiled with black netting, before discarding this during her final transformation.

Monse is a new clothing brand that was created by Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia. Both have previously worked for Oscar de la Renta. They presented their first collection this Spring 2016. They also work for Carolina Herrera in full-time positions, but still manage time to run their own line. The Monse line has earned some CFDA and International Woolmark Prize nominations. Sarah Jessica Parker has been seen wearing the Monse clothing during the Met Gala, and she supports their line fully. Selena Gomez’s introductory performance look is called “Runway/Masquerade”. Other designers were invited to create looks for her other portions of the show.

Selena Gomez’s Swarovski catsuits are sure to be destined for the costume museums’ ranks, through not only their sparkling ingenuity, but for the sheer number of hours that must have gone into constructing the black and the golden nude catsuits. These are costumes that have been designed for Selena Gomez alone, and are so form-fitting that they’ll be retired with honours after her Revival Tour has been completed.
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Cirque du Soleil and Swarovski Costume Collaboration

Cirque du Soleil and Swarovski Costume Collaboration

Cirque du Soleil has some of the most unique costumes in the theatre circuit, so when they collaborate with the Swarovski crystal company in costume sewing and design, you know there are going to be some amazing costume creations. Every Cirque du Soleil show has continued to amaze and charm audiences. These are stage productions that encompass smaller stages, often done under tents or smaller Las Vegas venues. A show has little dialogue, choosing to show rather than tell the story. And this is why a collaboration with Swarovski has been so exciting.

Many people know that Swarovski has a line of beautiful clear colourless crystals yet they forget that their crystal line also has bright colourful gems too. If you picture a Cirque du Soleil show, most people think of unusual and yet colourful costumes. Swarovski crystals were used for one of the costumes worn during the showing of Amaluna. This was a white dress worn during the Peacock Dance. This dress comprised two pieces, a bustier and a skirt. The bustier was made from a stretch nylon tulle to enable the dancer to move fluidly. The bustier was encrusted with white beaded lace that was covered in Swarovski crystals. The dress itself was made of nearly sixty metres of white non-stretch nylon tulle. The dress was constructed with a tail made from sun ray pleats and white peacock feather designs. This skirt was also covered in white lace and was covered in Swarovski crystals. The combined dress alone was covered in over 6500 Swarovski crystals.

Cirque du Soleil’s show Totem also featured an incredible costume that while simple, still packed an amazing wow factor for the audience. This costume began as a dark blue silhouette fully covering

Marina-&-Svetlana-Tsodikova Cirque Du solei-Totem
Marina & Svetlana-Tsodikova costumes made with 4,000 Swarovski crystals.

the male performer. Crystals were then attached in amazing patterns, much like resembling tattoos on the body. When the acrobat performed in his costume, the crystals would shine and sparkle in the light as he turned and rotated. For such a simple costume, it certainly stunned the eyes.

Swarovski has even been helping costume design students in the creation of costume designs. At École supérieure de mode (ESM) students were given the opportunity to redesign popular costumes from the Cirque du Soleil shows. Swarovski believes in supporting emerging fashion talents. Teams were formed, and they transformed past Cirque du Soleil costumers into new designs by using fabric and crystals together. Their aim was to reuse garments for sustainable living and to transform old materials into new forms.

Students made purses and bags from the old costumes. One notable design was a lot like a kaleidoscope from childhood, which is one of the notable themes that could come from a Cirque du Soleil show. The Swarovski company was impressed by the talents discovered from the ESM school.

Swarovski continues to enforce their commitment to sustainability through creativity and education. It will be exciting to see what other types of Cirque du Soleil collaborations they have throughout the remainder of 2016. Let your costume made also with Swarovski crystals!
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Distinctive Costumes Designs on the Eurovision Song Contest Final 2016

Distinctive Costumes Designs on the Eurovision Song Contest Final 2016

Eurovision has been going strong since the mid-20th century. Each participating country sends their best singer to the competition. They try to not make it about politics, but with around 42 countries competing each year, you never know what may happen. This year, the finals were held in Stockholm, Sweden, and Jamala from Ukraine was the winner. The special guest of the Eurovision awards was Justin Timberlake, who was not competing, but only presenting his newest song to Europe with a live band.

Not only are the singers the best that each country has to offer, there are also some amazing and outlandish costumes to be seen on stage. Many performers had costumes that were encrusted with Swarovski crystals, known for their bright and everlasting sparkling properties.

The female host of the show, Petra Mede , wore a stunning gold dress made with Swarovski crystals. It had long sleeves, and a drooping cowl neck that tapered down her right shoulder, with a split down the front to her ankles. The entire surface of her dress was fully encrusted with small Swarovski crystals.Eurovision+Song+Contest+2016


With a stroke of brilliance to allow the performers to sparkle, the opening ceremony costumes didn’t compete, but were made of white paper and they were truly amazing. They turned models into large paper lanterns that resembled everything from panda bears to multi-armed octupi.peaper_outfit-eurovision-2016


Some of the most notable costumes were presented from countries in Europe.
Hovi Star from Israel had a unique costume which was pure black, and the stage helped to enhance the theme. The performer stood out as a black silhouette against a sparkling crystal night sky.israel_eurovision_2016


Poli’s costume from Bulgari was a futuristic black and white creation. At first it merely appeared that she had strips of cloth for stockings and sleeves, but during the last chorus, her dress lit up the stage with its many LED lights.bulgari_eurovision


Germany must have had one of the most unusual competitor’s costumes. Jamie-Lee Kriewitch wore a dress reminiscent of Japanese Lolita style, complete with a hat that was covered with tiny colourful toys. Her dress had a short but full circular blue skirt, with the bodice in white with ribbons.germany_eurovision_2016


Australia’s Dami Im sung her Sound of Silence entry atop a large black box with sparkling gems, while wearing a knee-length white dress embedded with clear Swarovski crystals. The dress had a short sleeve on one side, open in the front, and no sleeve on the other side.australia_eurovision_2016


Nina Kralijic represented Croatia and wore an interesting silver and white V-necked gown with a shawl, and a long cascading waterfall of ruffles.croatia_eurovision

Iveta Mukuchyan from Armenia wore a tight fitting long sleeved bodysuit consisting of think black sparkling cable-tie styled straps over a sheer beige fabric.


Eurovision is about a lot more than which country has the best singer—the finale is about a full evening of the world’s best superstars, and how they can shine and sparkle in their beautiful costumes.

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The Shimmering Effects of Aurora Borealis Crystals

The Shimmering Effects of Aurora Borealis Crystals

Aurora Borealis crystals are some of the brightest and most colourful of all crystals in jewellery, show costumes, and dance dress, but most people do not know that their history goes back further than they realize. While these crystals appear to have no basis for one colour, when they are turned within light, they shine and shimmer with a myriad of colours. These stone were quite a marvel back in the 1950s.

In the early 1900s, Swarovski had perfected their crystal design. They utilized a mechanical process to cut and polish their crystal stones. These crystals mingled with Paris couture, with both worlds joining together for mutual collaborations.

1950s jewellery is distinctive for its beautiful rhinestone-encrusted necklaces, earrings, and pins. Christian Diordior-swarovski01 had created an entirely New Look for his designer line of clothing. It was elegant, feminine, and not as regimental as the designs of the war era. He consulted with Manfred Swarovski to find new crystals to complement his outfits. Together, they created special kinds of Aurora Borealis crystals and cut beads. Swarovski created a scientific process to make their crystal stones sparkle with iridescent rainbow colours. Dr. Hm. Schmied led the team. Together they created a blue metallic coating for optical lenses. Manfred realized the benefits of using this same metallic coating on his stones. Manfred did experiments to find the best method of application. He developed a technique to vaporize metal in a vacuum. This application coated the lower facets of each gem with a micro-thin coating of metal. This resulted in the dramatically bright and colourful flashes of colour within the crystals.

In the beginning, it was only the wealthy who could afford Swarovski Aurora Borealis jewellery, made from stones and beads. It eventually became licensed by Corocraft for their Vendome line, making it available to most middle class housewives of the 1950s.
Aurora Borealis is also known by the abbreviation AB. Many bead and crystal manufacturers have copied the process over the past few decades, but the quality never lasts as long, resulting in peeling crystals that soon lose their rainbow flash of colours, and other cheap plastic imitations. AB crystals only lost their lustre through time, but now, they’re making a comeback.
Over time, the Swarovski crystals have been proven to retain their shine, brilliance, and rainbow of colours, and antique AB crystal jewellery is highly desirable.

Swarovski Aurora Borealis crystals are a valuable component of costume design, whether it’s a beautiful gown, dress, body suit, or jewellery. Swarovski Aurora Borealis crystals are experiencing a resurgence in popularity, as our technological age can appreciate these beautiful crystals. Even today, Swarovski keeps their AB processes closely guarded, and requires the highest quality production of its crystal line.

Costume designers of today can appreciate the quality of Aurora Borealis crystals. They have not been successfully duplicated by any other crystal manufacturer. Just like Swarovski, when you wear a costume encrusted with Swarovski Aurora Borealis crystals, you’ll sparkle and outshine everyone else.
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