The most anticipated Royal Wedding of all time took place on May 19, in the St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, where a series of noble guests and members of the Royal family saw the union between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Today, Paris Design Agenda will talk a bit about the refined wedding that Markle wore on her big day. The dress was designed by British designer Clare Waight Keller, the very first female artistic director of Givenchy, the renowned Parisian luxury fashion house.
Keller and Markle worked closely together on the design of the dress. The fashion designer was chosen due to her “timeless and elegant aesthetic, impeccable tailoring and relaxed demeanour”
The majestic white dress in a minimalist style featured a boat neck, which framed the shoulders and highlighted the Markle’s waist. The Haute couture dress also had three-quarter length sleeves and was made of double-bonded silk cady, cushioned by an underskirt in triple silk organza.
The mesmerizing veil was another element that completely stole the show, as Meghan Markle wore a five-metre-long white silk veil which included floral details with references to all 53 countries of the Commonwealth of Nations. Keller made sure that every flower detail truly represented the essence of each country.
As tradition commands, Markle also wore a stunning Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara, which the Queen loaned to her. The astonishing headpiece featured a detachable brooch of 10 brilliant diamonds at the centre as well as diamonds and platinum in 11 sectors.
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