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A Fashion Editor's Wedding; Shareen Vintage Helps Brides

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TRIBECA—Harper's Bazaar senior market editor Joanna Hillman just got married, and it was glorious. Hillman, who's known as a street style star, had the downtown wedding of a thousand rom-com dreams, from the menu (pumpkin ravioli with brown butter and sage at Locanda Verde) to the gown (Rochas). Writes Hillman: "Marco Zanini of Rochas and my editor-in-chief, Glenda Bailey are my wedding fairy godmothers! They joined forces to ensure I got the dress of my dreams from Rochas's archive." If you're looking to end the day feeling insanely jealous, there's a gallery right here. [Harper's Bazaar]

CHELSEA—Hey brides: Even if Glenda Bailey isn't your fairy godmother, you might be able to get a sprinkling of that old wedding magic this week. Shareen of resale wonderland Shareen Vintage will be at her W. 17th Street store Thursday and Friday of this week and the next (December 1st and 2nd, and 8th and 9th) to consult with wedding parties about bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses. For an appointment, email Dora at [Facebook]