In the latest US Vogue exclusive wedding (you could don’t forget they had the rights to Kate Moss’s nuptials) the glossy has given us a glimpse inside the wedding of Caroline Trentini. The Brazilian model married photographer Fabio Bartelt final month in Brazil. She wore an ivory and lace wedding dress which looked rather equivalent to that royal wedding gown worn by Kate Middleton last year. Produced from a dense gold satin coated in white pigment, the dress was overlaid with delicate lace which formed the sleeves and featured a deep-V neckline.
Though there is no mention of the Duchess within the Vogue write-up, what we do know is that Caroline’s dress was custom developed for her by Olivier Theyskens. A collaboration which came about after a operating joke was created by the Victoria’s Secret model back when she was just 15. Little did either know that one particular day it would come true.
“It was just ideal,” she says, “my dream dress with my dream designer.”
In actual reality Theyskens designed not one but two dresses for Caroline’s huge day. The second a single for the reception was a white leather, three-quarter-sleeve dress which included a attractive wide open back. “I mentioned, ‘Are you kidding? In Brazil!?’ ” Theyskens tells Vogue. “We transformed my notion entirely, but each and every fitting with Caroline is intriguing due to the fact she is so inspiring – the answer often becomes evident.”
[through US Vogue]