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Carrie Ann loves Aidan Mattox brand
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May '09
Choreographing several television series and films--including American Idol, In Living Color, Hannah Montana, Austin Powers and The Miss America Pageant--Carrie Ann Inaba has established herself as an icon in the world of entertainment. Not only is this former "Fly Girl" famed for her choreography, she is also making headlines for her style.

Stunning in floor length figure flattering silk gowns with a Grecian vibe, Aidan Mattox is Inaba's favored brand of choice when judging celebrities on Dancing with the Stars. Inaba has no trouble finding the perfect dress to make her glow on camera.

Daniella Gschwendtner, Costume Designer for Dancing With The Stars, states; "Aidan Mattox is the dream dress brand for dressing Carrie Ann. The fit is amazing, the colors pop and the fabrics are really rich and have a great flow. You don't often see workmanship like this in a brand at this price point."

Offering an array of colors and styles in sizes 0-14, Aidan Mattox allows anyone, including celebrities, to look Hollywood ready at a price that is affordable. The Spring 2009 collection is turning heads with its exotic hues of passion, citron, spearmint, and sherbet, while also offering fabulous floral prints, exquisite detailing, trendy shapes and unique necklines. Whether it be a girls night out, a cocktail party, or an evening on the red carpet, you'll find that an Aidan Mattox dress can go from day to night. Watch out for the paparazzi--as they might head your way.

Aidan Mattox can also be seen on Blake Lively, Lauren Conrad, Stephanie Pratt, Rachel Bilson, Leighton Meester, Jessica Lowndes, AnnaLynn McCord, Keira Knightley, and many more. Available nationwide including: Bloomingdale's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, and Neiman Marcus to name a few.

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