Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got married in an instant. The whole ceremony is plunged into darkness; we believe it took place in their Provençal chateau with 22 guests, but otherwise the couple remained beautifully quiet. But what about the outfit? Angelina Jolie has worked for a long time with big names in fashion, oscillating between Valentino, Atelier Versace and Elie Saab. Our bet is on Versace and Saint Laurent, but we can only guess who the designer is. With that in mind, here are six facts about Angelina Jolie’s wedding dress. She put on a dress, It was “very conventional, but extremely Angie”, It may seem obvious, but consider that she was dressed in a white shirt and pants. Not thinking it would be foolish, she brought a vial of her fiancé’s blood to her wedding to actor Johnny Lee-Miller. It was possible that the outfit was vintage. We also know that the dress was made of “antique lace and silk”. Of course, antique lace can be added to a garment, but given that Brangelina’s marriage was partly a promise made to her late mother, Marcheline Bertrand, it’s likely to have come from her. But it is undeniably “white”. “Comfortable” is another word that comes to mind. Again, this is based on sources who were present at the wedding, so it’s just a guess he was wearing a necklace with a picture of his mother on it. They were also both banded. Robert Procop, a friend, would have created their alliances. Angelina Jolie’s 16-carat emerald-cut diamond engagement ring was also fashioned by him. Estimated at $500,000. Brad’s is considered much less valuable. Finally, Angelina put on a veil, which is quite traditional. I hope this clarifies a few points.
Meghan Markle wore it to her wedding. Clare Waight Keller, a Briton who was Givenchy’s first female designer, created haute couture for the legendary French house. And it met everyone’s expectations. It wasn’t a Cinderella choice, nor one that spoke of fantasy or old-fashioned fairy tales, but rather one that boldly showed off the lady. He emphasized Ms Markle’s independence by stripping her of frills while adhering to tradition and keeping her covered. The strict character of the line – six seams placed with precision – the material of the fabric (double-glued silk cady), and the choice of the designer: a Briton who, according to a press release from Kensington Palace, “served as a model with feminine power. And he crossed the ocean: to Europe, where Ms. Waight Keller travels twice a week by Eurostar to her Paris headquarters. all Commonwealth countries, which were represented in Ms Markle’s veil.
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