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Dita Von Teese: Ready To Wear Elie Saab

Dita Von Teese: Ready To Wear Elie Saab

Dita Von Teese arrives for the Elie Saab Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2011 show during Paris Fashion Week at Espace Ephemere Tuileries on Wednesday (October 6) in Paris, France.

The 38-year-old burlesque dancer recently Tweeted, “My personal Paris fashion week icons of style are Chantal Thomass and Anna Piaggi, plus John Galliano for his theatrical end-of-show bows!”

Dita Von Teese and her boyfriend Louis-Marie de Castelbajac supported his father, Jean Charles de Castelbajac’s during his Spring 2011 presentation on Tuesday.

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19 Responses to “Dita Von Teese: Ready To Wear Elie Saab”

  1. 1
    Tellar Calcagno Says:

    She probably performs some amazing private erotic naked dances for her toyboy. I wonder if she will settle down with him. Louis-Marie de Castelbajac is lucky to have such a sexy, curvaceous and sensual woman be a cougar for him. I’m sure that she’s happier having a toyboy than she was being married to that freak ex-husband of hers. He doesn’t know what he’s missing.

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    Rachel Roberts Says:

    As an American marrying an Armenian, I feel it is my duty to be point out that Dita Von Teese is partly Armenian. Some other famous Armenians include:
    Andre Agassi
    Charles Aznavour
    Eric Bogosian
    Cher
    Princess Diana (1/64 Armenian)
    Atom Egoyan
    Arshile Gorky
    The Kardashians
    Dr. Jack Kevorkian
    Kirk Kerkorian
    Mike Connors
    William Saroyan
    Seymour Skinner (Armen Tamzarian)
    System of a Down
    Steven Zaillian
    Michael Vartan
    Gregory Peck
    Andy Serkis
    Ken Davitian
    David Hedison
    David Dickinson
    Simon Abkarian
    And many, many more!

  3. 3
    Ali Says:

    always stunning and so self-contained. love her hair down like this. gorgeous – reminds me of elizabeth taylor.

  4. 4
    Lucy Says:

    Rachel Roberts: You are a boring cow. Who cares about your marriage to an Armenian and all the other rubbish you write. Is it not enough that you wrote the exact same rubbish the other day?

  5. 5
    Lucy Says:

    And again: Princess Diana was NOT ARMENIAN, she was British. It does not become more true if you keep repeating it you delusional bore.

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    em Says:

    Is it me or she looks different than usual? Oerfect, but something has changed, her face looks very young, younger than in the past, she might done something, not sure, but she looks fantastic.

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    em Says:

    @Rachel Roberts: Your duty? Ridiculous. Besides, i think you forgot that when America has been discovered only true Americains were Indians, the rest has become from imigrants from Europe, so who cares who is half Armenian or who isnt? And why would it be embarassing? Cause that is what youre suggesting here all the time!

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    Rachel Roberts Says:

    Even though Princess Diana was only 1/64th Armenian (as per the articof England will be blessed with Armenian genes. Her Armenian ancestry is traced to Eliza Kewark (an Armenian lady from India).

    Some years ago letters with “funny writing” were found in the ancestral home of the late Princess Di. After investigation they realized that it was “Armenian” and that they were written by grandmother Eliza to her children and grandchildren…

    Eliza Kewark, married the Scottish merchant, Theodore Forbes. From this union was born Kathleen Scott Forbes who married James Crombie from Aberdeen. They had a daughter Jane who married David Littlejohn and their daughter Ruth married William Gill. Ruth Sylvia Gill, the grandmother of Lady Diana, married Lord Fermoy and their daughter, Frances Ruth Burke Roach married the 8th Earl of Spencer who is the father of Lady Diana.

    It is noteworthy that Eliza Kewark was also referred to as “Mrs. Forbesian” (a characteristic ending of Armenian surnames).

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    Paul Says:

    wow. Awesome.

    @Tellar Calcagno:

  10. 10
    xxxxxxxx Says:

    Cute dress

  11. 11
    mailey Says:

    she is really vampire pretty.

  12. 12
    Lisa Moran Says:

    @Rachel Roberts:

    Wow, Rachel thanks for mentioning this is interesting trivia. I learned in my Global Studies class about the ancient roots of the Armenians and Greeks. They have also invented many things 1) ATM machine 2) MRI machine 3) 1 handed faucet.
    Not to mention Columbo Yogurt (Columbasian family) and Rice a Roni. I have been to a few Armenian restaurants and they are fantastic. I also learned about the Assyrians who are an ancient group of people and the true indigenous people of what we know today as Iraq.

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    SuperSonicGirl Says:

    Adorable, cute, elegant, perrrrrrrrrrrfect!

  14. 14
    Hm Says:

    Her face does look a little younger maybe, but she has great skin anyway.. she’s in ‘sunlight’ which makes her look better/different than artificial light

  15. 15
    andrew Says:

    lucky you ´re not a nice people just this , i can say.
    thanks guys

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    andrew Says:

    very good rachel roberts you know many things about the armenians
    the armenians are very intelligent , riches and beautiful people like kim kardashian and tamar kaprelian and others powerful like kirk kerkorian , richard manoogian ……

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    Lucine Keseyan Says:

    @Rachelroberts thank you for the insight. I am full Armenian myself ad knew about princess Di being 1/64, but u did not know how. I just wanted to say I think it’s beautiful how you are so interested in your husbands Armenian culture. We truly have a great history but it is annihilated often. It’s refreshing to know that there are other Americans out there who are interested, however many don’t have the pleasure to meet Armenians or be interested to learn about other cultures, so they have no idea.

    I am impressed by your knowledge, and ignore the ignorance of those who only show hatred.

    Also, one of the founders of colored television was Armenian who is not well cited nowadays, as well as a Harvard graduate who founded plastic surgery. Many other notable works in the field of science, physics, engineering and mathematics. A man known as Komitas was a scholarly bishop and one of the greatest composers of time. He has a statue in the heart of Paris. ( but was not born in Paris). He became insane during the Armenian Genocide. His works may now be found in the lord of the rings trilogies and reproduced in numerous compositions today.

  18. 18
    Lucine Keseyan Says:

    @Rachelroberts thank you for the insight. I am full Armenian myself ad knew about princess Di being 1/64, but u did not know how. I just wanted to say I think it’s beautiful how you are so interested in your husbands Armenian culture. We truly have a great history but it is annihilated often. It’s refreshing to know that there are other Americans out there who are interested, however many don’t have the pleasure to meet Armenians or be interested to learn about other cultures, so they have no idea.

    I am impressed by your knowledge, and ignore the ignorance of those who only show hatred.

    Also, one of the founders of colored television was Armenian who is not well cited nowadays, as well as a Harvard graduate who founded plastic surgery. Many other notable works in the field of science, physics, engineering and mathematics. A man known as Komitas was a scholarly bishop and one of the greatest composers of time. He has a statue in the heart of Paris. ( but was not born in Paris). He became insane during the Armenian Genocide. His works may now be found in the lord of the rings trilogies and reproduced in numerous compositions today.

  19. 19
    Lucine Keseyan Says:

    @Rachel Roberts thank you for the insight. I am full Armenian myself ad knew about princess Di being 1/64, but u did not know how. I just wanted to say I think it’s beautiful how you are so interested in your husbands Armenian culture. We truly have a great history but it is annihilated often. It’s refreshing to know that there are other Americans out there who are interested, however many don’t have the pleasure to meet Armenians or be interested to learn about other cultures, so they have no idea.
    I am impressed by your knowledge, and ignore the ignorance of those who only show hatred.
    Also, one of the founders of colored television was Armenian who is not well cited nowadays, as well as a Harvard graduate who founded plastic surgery. Many other notable works in the field of science, physics, engineering and mathematics. A man known as Komitas was a scholarly bishop and one of the greatest composers of time. He has a statue in the heart of Paris. ( but was not born in Paris). He became insane during the Armenian Genocide. His works may now be found in the lord of the rings trilogies and reproduced in numerous compositions today.

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