Recession? What recession?
For "just" $15,000, you can be fitted with your very own tailor-made version of the Vivienne Westwood gown that Sarah Jessica Parker dons as Carrie Bradshaw to get hitched in the Sex and the City movie, right before her emotionally-unavailable door prize leaves her at the altar. (Oh, um - spoiler alert.)
The Post's Page Six reports today that Gabriella Risatti, owner and head needle of the Meatpacking District's Gabriella New York bridal salon, is making reproductions of the sought-after dress. But there's a catch: The designer -- whose website's homepage features a snapshot of a bride who looks disturbingly like the late Diana of Wales on her wedding day -- is only taking measurements today and tomorrow, and only 30 lucky ladies will get to walk down the aisle in the iconic garment. This is the kind of scenario that has us licking our chops -- the bridezilla possibilities are almost endless!