12 Hidden Details On Amal Clooney’s Wedding Dress You Didn’t Know About
On September 27, 2014, Amal Amaluddin, an acclaimed human rights lawyer and activist, married George Clooney in the glittering city of Venice among a star-studded audience of all their closest friends and family. The glamorous affair consisted of an emotion-filled speech from Clooney’s father, a five-course traditional Italian meal and of course a jaw-dropping and whimsical wedding gown that made everyone’s hearts skip a beat. Although by now you’ve probably had a glimpse or two at the stunning garment, there are still quite a few facts you didn’t know about the gown. Follow along for 12 hidden details on Amal Clooney’s wedding dress:
12. Designed in partnership with Oscar De La Renta
Acclaimed fashion designer Oscar De La Renta was the mastermind behind the stunning gown, but definitely took a lot of Amal’s ideas into consideration in the designing process. The duo clicked instantly and became quite fond of one another throughout the multiple fittings. “He is the man every woman wants to hug,” Amal gushed about De La Renta. “George and I wanted a wedding that was romantic and elegant, and I can’t imagine anyone more able than Oscar to capture this mood in a dress,” she explained to Vogue. “Meeting him made the design process all the more magical, as he is so warm and such a gentleman.”
11. Made with fourteen yards of Chantilly lace
The stunning and luxurious De La Renta gown definitely did not skimp on lace, material, and detail! “The dress is an exquisite mille-feuille of ivory tulle appliquéd with fourteen yards of Chantilly lace, its bodice hand embroidered with beading and crystals,” Vogue disclosed while sharing the details of the stunning gown in their wedding dress exclusive.