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BRIDESHEAD REVISITED: Vera Wang, Mark Badgley, James Mischka, Rebecca Taylor, Douglas Hannant, Mark Ingram and Kenneth Pool were among the fashion types who helped Brides magazine celebrate its 75th anniversary last week at Top of the Rock. For editor in chief Millie Martini Bratten, the milestone was a reminder of the magazine’s pioneer status in the bridal magazine industry and its “enduring success.”

“To be founded during the Great Depression — who was thinking of doing anything in the Great Depression?” she said.

One of the evening’s adornments, a gigantic bed that had been slumbered in the previous night by Brides-selected newlyweds certainly wouldn’t have happened way back when. In fact, even in 2009 the Mile High Honeymoon Suite left several partygoers shaking their heads.

— Marc Karimzadeh

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