Charlene Wittstock walked down the aisle in a Giorgio Armani’s creation as she and Prince Albert of Monaco made their relationship official by exchanging wedding vows on the 2nd of July, 2011. She wore an ivory coloured duchesses satin off-shoulder gown, with finely embroidered crystals and pearls on the front, and it had a double cathedral train along with a long off-white embroidered silk tulle veil.
According to media reports, the Italian designer’s craftsmen put in 2500 hours of work to create the stunning outfit with 700 hours of dedication towards the embroidery alone.
Post the ceremony, the bride looked lovely as she adorned another creation of the well renowned designer – an Armani Prive gown. Often chosen by top Hollywood stars to walk the red carpet, every Armani Prive gown is unique and gorgeously designed. Charlene wore a white Armani Prive gown with tiered ruffles and embellished with Swarovski crystals.