Professional Dancing With the Stars two-steppers, Derek Hough and Anna Trebunskaya, rocked the sleek outfit, local costume designer, Amanda Wolff designed Tuesday. Wolff, an apprentice costume designer for The Walnut Street Theatre, won first place in a design contest sponsored by Macy's and Dancing With the Stars.
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Concidentally, Woff sewed most of the costumes in The Walnut Street Theatre's production of Rodger & Hammerstein's The King and I. Read that full story here.
The star-couple flawlessly danced the paso doble to Lady Gaga's tune, Bad Romance, in Wolff's black and red hombre studded hombre ensemble. It was absolutely identical to the sketch - except to Wolff's chagrin, there were no studs on the shoes. Bummer. "Just glitter," Wolff said via cell phone early Wednesday as she prepared for her flight back to Philly from Hollywood.
"I was so excited," said the 22-year-old designer. "The whole thing is exhausting."
Three cheers for Dresher-based Amanda Wolff!