Details of Princess Charlene's Giorgio Armani Prive Wedding Gown

Posted on July 3, 2011

Princess Charlene Giorgio Armani Prive Wedding Gown


Princess Charlene wore a Giorgio Armani Prive wedding gown for the formal, Catholic ceremony of her wedding to Prince Albert of Monaco. The Prince's Palace of Monaco released the following details of her dress.
Giorgio Armani Prive wedding dress with a flowing line, in off-white silk duchesse, with a long train. Crossover detail on the front and back forming a second "a l'andrienne" train. Ramage embroidery depicting flowers, crafted with stones in gold shades, and Swarovski crystals and mother of pearl teardrops in white and gold hues, embellish the front of the dress, the trim and the central main section of the train. Long veil made from off-white silk tulle, with front tier and subtle embroidery.
Here are some of the unique features of Princess Charlene's dress, including how much work the dress took to make. Prince's Charlene's wedding bouquet was also designed by Armani. It was assembled by gardeners of the Prince's Palace. It contains freesias, dendrobium orchids and lilies of the valley. The Prince's Palace says the cascade design fits with the smooth lines of Princess Charlene's gown. The lily of the valley is the favorite flower of H.S.H. Princess Charlene.

Princesss Charlene Religious Wedding Bouquet


Photos: Prince's Palace of Monaco