Celebrity Wedding Dresses We Love
Olivia Palermo gained international fame by playing the bad girl on the “reality” TV show The City, however she has maintained her place in the public eye by becoming somewhat of a style star. Her wedding to model Johannes Huebl may have been the original news, but the real talk of the day was what the young socialite was wearing. Bridal wear has always and will always be one of the most fascinating aspects of fashion. Wedding dresses can be unique, iconic and breathtaking fashion creations. Here are some of our most iconic wedding dresses to date.
We must admit, her wedding getup does impress. Rather than a traditional gown, the young socialite chose a snowy white sweater, stitched to a slitted silk skirt, embroidered with white rosettes. The sheer skirt showed the outline of a pair of ivory shorts and her cerulean Manolo Blahniks completed the look.
The supermodels wedding to rock star Jamie Hince appeared in a multiple page spread in Vogue magazine. The British icon’s wedding dress was a confection by none-other than maligned former Dior designer John Galliano. However, despite the controversy surrounding the designer, it cannot be denied that Kate’s delicate, shift—like wedding gown was a work of art. The crystalline, sheer number fell over Kate’s famously waif like figure as if it were only a sheet, yet it still managed to maintain a fabulous air of elegance.
The model and socialite married James Cook in a private familial ceremony, dressed in a classic Chanel gown. The wedding dress was a classic short sleeved look, stitched with white floral embellishments and a streamlined shape.
A much publicized wedding and a now iconic wedding gown which has been featured in an exhibition in England. The Canadian model married artist James Conran in a custom made Zac Posen mermaid dress with a tulle botton and fitted torso. A iconic look, fit for an iconic model.