White fur cuffs provided a touch of winter wonder to a wedding garment created by designer Yves Dooms. The gown’s four meter-long train gently swept the aisle not only of Mechelen’s town hall, but also the ancient aisle of St. Rumbolds Cathedral. The satin silhouette was paired with a diaphanous lace veil, the fabric once belonging to Empress Eugenie. Adding the crowning touch to the ensemble was a tiara from the Luxembourg family.
Photo of Archduchess Marie-Christine’s Wedding Dress
December 6, 2008 by