Once again the Italian style is confirmed the most famous in the world for elegance, subtle sexiness, and inherent appeal. It is no coincidence that Valentino Garavani created the dress worn by Princess Madeleine of Sweden as she married businessman Christopher O’Neill at the Royal Palace in Stockholm last Saturday.
The dress was made from silk organdies and ivory Chantilly lace with an incredible veil, also made from silk organza, that trailed almost five metres long covered with Chantilly lace flowers and edged with silk tulle, and was worn with a royal tiara decorated with fresh orange blossoms.
Valentino Garavani, despite his retiring from the label bearing his name in 2008, continues to work on special commissions. Valentino has a track record of creating wedding dresses for famous clients, having designed Anne Hathaway’s wedding dress when she married Adam Shulman, as well as gowns for the weddings of Jacqueline Onasiss, Queen Maxima of Holland and Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece.
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