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Bianca Lapus shares design of Isabel Granada’s last dress

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Bianca Lapus shares design of Isabel Granada’s last dress

By: - Content Strategist / @ABayleINQ
/ 07:15 PM November 07, 2017

Image: Instagram/@biancalapus

Actress Bianca Lapus, a close friend of the late Isabel Granada, has been hard at work preparing for her friend’s wake. She recently shared a sketch of the dress which Granada will be wearing.

According to Lapus’ Instagram post, the dress was sketched out by her friend Bea Bianca according to Lapus’ description.

Image: Instagram/@biancalapus

“I’ve been up staring at the design of my friend @beabianca.ph drew based on the description i imagined you to wear for the last time… Simple, classy… like an angel… ikaw na ikaw (it’s so you),” she said in the caption.

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Lapus went on to reminisce about her friendship with Granada and how the late actress would always laugh at her corny jokes. She noted how their friendship didn’t involve any falsehoods or fakery, “Walang halong kashowbizan.

Image: Instagram/@biancalapus

She ended her long caption with a description of the custom dress: “When you arrive, you will wear this Ethereal gown, created with fine French lace and flowy Gaze Faconne fabric, accentuated w/heavy embroidery lace & white Topaz Swarovski crystals you will look just like sleeping beauty.” JB

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