Ah, Margherita Missoni! We already knew you were one of the coolest fashion kids on the block – a girl who knew how to handle the heavy Missoni legacy with nonchalance and rock a wicked headband. But should we need any further proof, your wedding this weekend gives us just that.
The fashion heiress – daughter of creative director Angela Missoni – married her beau Eugenio Amos in Italy this weekend in a ceremony that was, well fashion-tastic. There was the dress: a Giambattista Valli creation made with Missoni silk and organza, which has made us fall in love with the OTT, embellished style all over again.
The bride got married in a traditional ceremony in the Santa Maria Annunciata church. And there was that tiara: a glitzy gothic number that secured her Heidi-esque braids in a way that only Margherita could pull off. Sigh.
Breaking news alert! Grazia Daily has just heard that the frothy dress Margherita Missoni wore to get married this weekend was not, in fact, the handy work of Giambattista Valli as previously reported but was designed by the bride herself! Although Mr Valli did consult Margherita on the couture elements, the dress was created by tailors in Sumirago and was made with Missoni silk and organza.