It has been hailed as the ‘wedding of the year’.
When Isabelle Junot whose father was once married to Princess Caroline of Monaco, tied the knot with Álvaro Falcó, the 4th Marquess of Cubas, the whole of Spain had its eyes on the dress!
The gown in question was created by Pronovias Atelier, the Pronovias haute couture collection.
Each and every dress that carries the Pronovias Atelier label is handmade by expert seamstresses in our maison in Barcelona using the finest fabrics and laces imported from France and Italy.
Alessandra Rinaudo, Pronovias chief artistic director, oversees the creation of each and every gown, resulting in an extraordinary experience for the bride as her dream dress unfolds before her eyes.
Isabelle Junot said ‘I do’ in a spectacular dress that echoed the exquisitely understated looks of other recent royal weddings, such as those of Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton.
Tailored in the finest silk organza to an iconic, faultless ballroom silhouette, a square, Regency-inspired neckline and wide-sash waistline present the latest bridal trends. Stylistic details such as the high, button-down backline and three-quarter French sleeves are pure haute couture classicism. The voluminous skirt features hidden pockets in the side-seams and elegant box pleats around the waistline, which supported a spectacular, cathedral-length train for Junot’s dramatic entrance on the aisle.
Her reception outfit was also created by Pronovias Atelier. For the lavish reception held in an ancient palace and attended by the crème of Spanish society, Junot wore a two-piece outfit (midi-skirt and crop top) made of combination flocked tulle and French lace. Raglan sleeves, embellished waistband and a gentle fit over the hips lent the look a contemporary feel that contrasted with the regality of her wedding gown and perfectly expressed the two most important moments of her dream day.
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