Pamela Love And Other Cool People Give Us Totally Dreamy (And Fake) Weddings

Believing that weddings ought not bring out the bridezilla in each of us, Stone Fox Bride — a high-fashion boutique in Manhattan — was founded on the principle that planning a wedding is also a process of self-discovery. Molly Guy, creative director at SFB, will be our source for the nontraditional bride.
One of the many bummers of being a mere mortal is the very limited number of years we get to spend on this earth. After all, there are only so many decades of wild times to enjoy before we retire to the rocking chair on the front porch to knit and reminisce about "way back when." Ever dream of traveling back in time or far into the future so you could attend the most fab parties and outlandish celebrations ever known to man? We do. Especially when it comes to weddings. Sometimes we lay awake at nights thinking, "Oh, to be a fly on the wall when Angelina walks Maddox down the aisle in 2030," or "If only we could've been there when Keith Richards serenaded Stone Fox Bride Patti Hansen at their beach wedding in Cabo, 1982."
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Check out what some of our fave Stone Foxes had to say when we asked them to stretch their imaginations to the limits — and conjure up the fantasy wedding they always wish they could have attended.
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Lorraine Kirke, Owner of Geminola
"Grace Kelly’s wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco. I would wear a scarlet red dress and take Montgomery Clift as my date. We’d spend the after party in a bar — and I’d spend our whole conversation trying to save him.”

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Cat Popper, bass player and vocalist
“I’m a redneck underachiever, so it would have to be a potluck. I’d wear a second-hand dress with a necklace made out of arrowheads that my grandfather dug up in North Carolina.”

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Elizabeth Wurtzel, Writer and journalist
“I would go to George and Martha Washington’s wedding with Thomas Jefferson as my date and wear a Mandy Coon gold lace dress. I’d spend the after party snorting heroin with Tom’s wife Sally and a few of Washington’s designated mistresses.”

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Domino Kirke, singer, songwriter, and co-founder of Carriage House Doula
“Definitely Janis Joplin and Rick Danko, the bass player from The Band. I’d wear a floral print fifties housewife dress and a hat with a mini veil. Kris Kristofferson would be my date, and we’d spend the after party in a pub dancing.”

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Candice Brokenshire, Creative consultant
“I would take my sweetheart Marc to some huge 1930s wedding with big bands and swing dancing.”

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Laura Cattano, Professional Organizer
“I would go to the wedding of my paternal grandmother. She was a singer in a speakeasy in Queens. I’d wear the Stone Fox Bride cream “Lola” dress and take Ewan McGregor as my date. We’d spend the after party making out in a vintage Model A Ford.”

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Pamela Love, Jewelry designer
“The marriage of Stevie Nicks and Kurt Cobain. I’d wear Dries Van Noten and bring my husband as my date. We’d spend the after party jamming with Mick Fleetwood and Krist Novoselic.”

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