MARILYN MANSON's Wife Is The New Face Of Australian Fashion

The Sydney Morning Herald is reporting that Australian fashion label Wheels & Doll Baby is paying Marilyn Manson's wife Dita Von Teese (real name: Heather Sweet) $10,000 to appear as the autumn/winter face of Melanie Greensmith's 10-year-old fashion label. The "campaign" will reportedly only involve a one-page advertisement that will appear in a coming issue of Harper's Bazaar Australia. More information is available at this location.

Manson married Von Teese on December 3, 2005 in Ireland in front of about 60 guests. They had been dating for four years and Manson proposed at their Los Angeles home in March 2004. Manson, 36, wore a black silk taffeta tuxedo and Von Teese, 33, was in royal purple silk taffeta with a corset. They traded vows and were married in a non-denominational ceremony conducted by underground filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky, a friend of Manson.


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