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We've always adored the gowns created by Priscilla of Boston, and can't say we're ready to see this brand go. But on the bright side, for 2011 brides wearing this designer, there will be an extra bit of nostalgia attached to their walks down the white aisle. And after Priscilla of Boston brides have said their I Do's, they can hold onto their gowns until they're bona fide heirlooms, and pass them down to future generations or resell them to deserving future brides.
"She said she wouldn't work with me because I'm gay," Genter told Philadelphia Daily News columnist Ronnie Polaneczky. "She also said that I came from a nice Jewish family, and it was a shame that I was gay. She said, 'There's right, and there's wrong. And this is wrong.'"
I think it's safe to say this was not a good PR move for Here Comes the Bride. Yelper Donna B. wrote "Someone capable of such hatred has no place in an industry built on love," while S.J. chimed in "This business is no different than the places that turned people away due to their race 50 years ago." More to the point, however, Doug R. said: "In an economy where it's hard to find new business, you had the perfect opportunity to really increase yours."