The longest “yes” in history

Written by: Francesca Marotta
Category: Fashion
04 August 2015

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This morning a colleague exclaimed: "Enough about the marriage of Beatrice Borromeo and Pierre Casiraghi: this ithe longest “yes”in history. I am fed up". Indeed, since Sunday, 1 August was pronounced the fateful yes, everybody never stopped talking about it. But I can not remain indifferent in front of to such beauty, of the woman and of the dresses signed by Giorgio Armani Privé. And then, she is Italian, the designer is Italian .... how do I not talk about it. I find it was very refined and sophisticated the dress of the ceremony: chantilly lace lined with layers of silk impalpable. The one of the ceremony was in silk tulle and has enhanced the silhouette of the bride with a plunging neckline and the drapery that leaves from the shoulders: here were pinned two gold and diamond pins the shape of wings, old family jewels. With the second dress Beatrice looked like a goddess. A beautiful Italian goddess.

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