WEDDINGS

Naomi Biden’s Wedding Reception Gown Was Created By Lebanese Designer Reem Acra with This Special Detail

Naomi Biden’s Wedding Reception Gown Was Created By Lebanese Designer Reem Acra with This Special Detail

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Naomi Biden‘s recent nuptials have gone down in history as the first wedding of a grandchild of a sitting US president at the White House. And now, photos exclusive to Vogue reveal that an Arab designer was a major part of the bride’s big day. While she wore a Grace Kelly-inspired wedding gown by American brand Ralph Lauren to exchange vows with Peter Neal, Biden slipped into a sleek dress from Lebanese designer Reem Acra’s namesake label for the reception and cake-cutting ceremony.
Photo: Norman Jean Roy
The ivory Mikado silk gown created by Beirut-born Acra came with a delicate strapless neckline, and was made notably special with pearls belonging to Biden’s grandmother Roberta Buhle sewn into the sweeping six-foot train. Biden paired the dress with pearl jewelry of her own, and sheer gloves. Acra was also the designer of choice for First Lady Jill Biden, who wore two dresses from the brand on the day: A custom couture silk chiffon vintage blue dress with a teal wool crepe coat for the ceremony and a gold embroidered seafoam blue dress for the black-tie reception.
Photo: Norman Jean Roy
Naomi Biden is the daughter of US president Joe Biden’s younger son, Hunter, and his ex-wife Kathleen Buhle, and is an associate at the DC law firm Arnold & Porter. She first met her now-husband Neal after being set up by a mutual friend in 2018 and got engaged in September 2021. As for Acra, she launched her bridal line in 1997, expanding to ready-to-wear in 2003, and has since become known for her dreamy designs worn by Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, and Angelina Jolie among other stars.
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Tiffany Trump Wore a Elie Saab Wedding Gown to Marry Lebanese Businessman Michael Boulos in Florida

Tiffany Trump Wore a Elie Saab Wedding Gown to Marry Lebanese Businessman Michael Boulos in Florida

From left: Marla Maples, Michael Boulos, Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump. Photo: Instagram.com
Tiffany Trump, the youngest daughter of former US president Donald Trump tied the knot with Lebanese businessman Michael Boulos on Saturday in Florida. The stunning wedding ceremony took place at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, a property owned by her father, after Hurricane Nicole passed through the state.
Tiffany and Ivanka Trump. Photo: Instagram.com
For her big day, the 29-year-old bride chose to honor the heritage of her husband-to-be via her wedding gown, which was designed by Lebanese couturier Elie Saab. The custom-made white number came with full-length sleeves, a voluminous flared-out skirt, and Saab’s signature crystal embellishments all over. Soft waves and fresh, peachy makeup completed her beauty look for the ceremony.
Marla Maples and Tiffany Trump. Photo: Instagram.com
Elie Saab was also the designer behind the dresses worn by the bride’s mother, Marla Maples, and her half-sister and maid of honor, Ivanka Trump. With the wedding’s theme being pastel shades, Maples and Ivanka wore dresses in lilac and light blue colors respectively.”It’s a Lebanese American wedding, so we were so happy to have Elie Saab create the magic,” Maples shared with People magazine. The groom and the men from the Trump family were all dressed in black tuxedos with floral lapels and bow ties.
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Donald Trump and Tiffany Trump. Photo: Instagram.com
The couple also enlisted Toni Breiss, a renowned wedding and event planner from Lebanon to bring their dream nuptials to life. Pictures from the ceremony see Trump walking with her father down the aisle which was decorated with pastel-hued floral arches. According to People, the family chose the venue as it was “Tiffany’s childhood home and where she was brought into the world.”

Trump announced her engagement to Boulos in January 2021 after he proposed to her in the White House’s Rose Garden with a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond by Lebanese designer Samer Halimeh.
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Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid, Naomi Campbell, and More: 17 Spectacular Supermodel Brides On The Runway

Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid, Naomi Campbell, and More: 17 Spectacular Supermodel Brides On The Runway

Seeing a supermodel own the runway can be a breathtaking experience – let alone a supermodel dressed as a bride. Karl Lagerfeld famously closed his Chanel couture shows with bridal looks, worn by the likes of Claudia Schiffer, Alek Wek and Devon Aoki during his tenure. His successor, Virginie Viard, continued the tradition and cast Jill Kortleve and Vittoria Ceretti as couture brides for autumn/winter 2022 and autumn/winter 2019 respectively.
In the 1990s, Gianni Versace recruited his beloved supers to walk as brides in his finales. Naomi Campbell famously wore a sparkling minidress at the autumn/winter 1997 show and Kate Moss wore a dazzling disco ball dress to close autumn/winter 1995.
As one of the most in-demand models of the moment, Bella Hadid has been a bride several times in recent seasons. The super went viral as a dagger-wielding bride at Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood’s autumn/winter 2020 show, and she wore a purple gown at Versace’s recent spring/summer 2023 showcase.
Scroll on to see the best bridal moments on the runway, brought to you by supermodels.
Alek Wek

At Chanel couture spring/summer 2004.

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Jill Kortleve

At Chanel couture autumn/winter 2022.

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Naomi Campbell

At Elie Saab autumn/winter 2003.

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Bella Hadid

At Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood autumn/winter 2020.

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Claudia Schiffer

At Chanel couture spring/summer 1993.

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Linda Evangelista

At Chanel couture autumn/winter 2003.

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Kate Moss

At Versace couture autumn/winter 1995.

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Mona Tougaard

At Richard Quinn autumn/winter 2020.

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Christy Turlington

At Valentino spring/summer 1993.

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Debra Shaw

At Off-White autumn/winter 2022.

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Devon Aoki

At Chanel couture spring/summer 2008.

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Lila Moss

At Richard Quinn autumn/winter 2022.

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Gigi Hadid

At Moschino spring/summer 2019.

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Lily Cole

At Chanel couture autumn/winter 2005.

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Kaia Gerber

At Givenchy couture spring/summer 2020.

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Naomi Campbell

At Versace autumn/winter 1997.

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Precious Lee

Modelling for Area spring/summer 2021.

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Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

10 Timeless Rings You Need To See if You Love Jennifer Lopez’s Wedding Band From Ben Affleck

10 Timeless Rings You Need To See if You Love Jennifer Lopez’s Wedding Band From Ben Affleck

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are officially married, 20 years after they first fell in love and parted ways. With their intimate ceremony in Las Vegas’ Little White Wedding Chapel being the most talked-about one this wedding season, all eyes are on the details of the couple’s nuptials, including their newly exchanged rings. “We read our own vows in the little chapel and gave one another the rings we’ll wear for the rest of our lives,” the star shared in her announcement of the happy news earlier this week.

The world first caught sight of Lopez’s wedding band when the 52-year-old shared a photo of her taken the morning after the wedding. It appears to be a dome-shaped platinum band studded with a small diamond—a classic and timeless design owing to the couple’s enduring partnership. Earlier in April 2022 when Affleck proposed to Lopez for the second time (the first time was back in November 2002), he did so with a rare diamond in the singer’s favorite color, green, and it quickly became the most coveted piece of jewelry for brides-to-be. Given Lopez’s influence, her new wedding band is bound to be just as enviable.
Above, check out 10 timeless designs similar to Lopez’s ring, for you to get married or drop hints with.
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Karen Wazen, Jessica Kahawaty, and More Show You How To Be the Best Dressed Summer Wedding Guest

Karen Wazen, Jessica Kahawaty, and More Show You How To Be the Best Dressed Summer Wedding Guest

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Whether it is one, or several wedding invites in your mailbox, finding the right look for the occasion is essential. The dress must strike the right balance—stunning enough to make it celebration-appropriate while also not overshadowing the bride—and choosing the ideal one can be challenging. Thankfully, with wedding season in full swing, there’s plenty of inspiration to look to already, seeing as the guests at many of this summer’s ceremonies were a few of the region’s most stylish women.
From minimalistic numbers apt for when you are seated among the guests to statement pieces to wear when you are a part of the wedding, below are the best styles to take your pick from. Mothers, if you are looking to match with your children, there are a few ways to do that as stylishly as possible too.

Metallics and sequins
Jessica Kahawaty. Photo: Instagram.com
Nour Arida and her daughter. Photo: Instagram.com
Jessica Kahawaty. Photo: Instagram.com
What can be more fitting for the happiest day in your loved one’s life than a dress that sparkles and shines in all the right ways? Metallics were chosen by both Nour Arida and Jessica Kahawaty this season, whose shiny gray numbers earned all the glamour points without going overboard. To keep the look fresh and modern, go for figure-hugging silhouettes with cut-outs like the two’s picks, and pair them with matching metallic strappy heels and a dainty purse. For weddings that call for going the extra mile, turn things up a notch in a black sequined dress like Kahawaty’s second look this season.
Fail-safe monochrome
Karen Wazen. Photo: Instagram.com
Hala Abdallah. Photo: Instagram.com
Color is always appreciated at a summer wedding, especially when it comes to monochrome pieces that stand out without ever being distracting. Hala Abdallah said yes to a deep red dress recently, which came in a calf-grazing length and a flattering silhouette that was equal parts stylish and comfortable. Speaking of which, a kaftan also makes for a great wedding guest look, more so if worn with a statement detail such as Karen Wazen’s lime green pick with feathers.
White, but not quite
Mthayel Al Ali. Photo: Instagram.com
Dana Hourani and her daughter. Photo: Instagram.com
While all colors may be welcome at weddings, white is strictly reserved for the bride as a universal rule. However, it doesn’t mean that you can’t wear a few shades well off of white when going for a sophisticated look. Take cues from Dana Hourani, who wore a sheer dress with light beige rope work all over, or for a more modest approach, Mthayel Al Ali’s cream-colored dress and abaya with mesh henna gloves is also a statement-maker.
Silk and satin
Jessica Kahawaty. Photo: Instagram.com
Karen Wazen and her children. Photo: Instagram.com
A wedding favorite of both, the bride and the guests, silk and satin pieces are the go-to choices when effortless and pared-back elegance is on the mood board. They look best when worn in soft hues, such as Karen Wazen’s muted mint gown, which had its gleaming fabric contrasted with matte panels. An elevated take on the slip dress is also fitting for a summer wedding, such as Kahawaty’s strappy pink number with a flared hem.
Read Next: 15 Gorgeous Wedding Gowns From the Fall 2022 Haute Couture Shows

15 Gorgeous Wedding Gowns From the Fall 2022 Haute Couture Shows

15 Gorgeous Wedding Gowns From the Fall 2022 Haute Couture Shows

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. If you’re currently planning your big day, there’s no way you haven’t already started thinking about all the special elements that will make your wedding day look one to remember. If you’re struggling with zeroing on the perfect bridal gown, however, a great place to look for some inspiration is on the runways of this season’s haute couture showcases.
The Fall 2022 shows had Alexis Mabille, Chanel and Dior making a case for pared-down bridal wear via pastel folk-style embroidery, universally flattering cuts (think mermaid silhouettes, high-low summer-ready hems, and sweet A-line pieces), and easy fabrics. While the strapless wedding-ready maxi at Chanel was topped off with a matching stole and ivory bow on the head, Dior’s models styled their romantic ensembles with barely-there makeup and soft low ponytails.
For the bride who’s up for a sartorial experiment, there was no missing Antonio Grimaldi’s sculpted silhouettes, which brought together unconventional necklines, cut-out detailing, and for accessories, jewels that ran from the top of the head down to the chin for that extra dose of drama. The not-so-basic bridal trend also found itself spotlighted on Rome’s Spanish Steps, where Pierpaolo Piccioli sent out a slinky white gown, complete with thigh-high slit, hidden metallic bustier, and black bows at the Valentino show. Over at Giambattista Valli, another conversation-starter piece was a feather-trimmed, semi-sheer bodycon number that enveloped the model’s shoulders in a larger-than-life snowy white bow.
Love it or hate it, there’s no denying the fact that the one bridal trend that never seems to fade away is the more-is-more gown—and Fall 2022’s haute couture shows serve as proof. At Zuhair Murad’s presentation, a sparkling strapless gown doused in stars closed the show, while Rami Al Ali added a little color to the mix with a blush pink sequined number trimmed with pleated ruffles. Elie Saab’s bride walked the runway in a gold gown complete with matching veil and embellished bouquet, Balenciaga presented an equally dramatic bejeweled gown in shades of ivory and silver, and Dolce & Gabbana replaced traditional veils with a headpiece that’s not for the faint-hearted.
Below, scroll through the most interesting wedding gowns from the Fall 2022 haute couture shows.
Elie Saab. Photo: Gorunway.com
Alexis Mabille. Photo: Gorunway.com
Antonio Grimaldi. Photo: Gorunway.com
Balenciaga. Photo: Gorunway.com
Chanel. Photo: Gorunway.com
Dior. Photo: Gorunway.com
Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Gorunway.com
Elie Saab. Photo: Gorunway.com
Zuhair Murad. Photo: Gorunway.com
Giambattista Valli. Photo: Gorunway.com
Balenciaga. Photo: Gorunway.com
Rami Al Ali. Photo: Gorunway.com
Valentino. Photo: Gorunway.com
Alexis Mabille. Photo: Gorunway.com
Zuhair Murad. Photo: Gorunway.com

23 Years of Marriage and… 15 Engagement Rings? Inside Victoria Beckham’s Incredible Jewelry Collection

23 Years of Marriage and… 15 Engagement Rings? Inside Victoria Beckham’s Incredible Jewelry Collection

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Victoria Beckham is celebrating 23 years of marriage to husband David Beckham – and rumor has it she has some 15 engagement rings to show for it. When the England footballer proposed to his Spice Girl other half in 1998, he did it with a marquise cut diamond set on a yellow gold band. But according to celebrity jewelry lore, VB has been acquiring added extras ever since.
Shortly after the couple’s star-studded wedding in Ireland on 4 July 1999, Victoria switched to a platinum eternity ring on the fourth finger of her left hand, and – while that marquise cut stone undoubtedly remains the most precious piece in her collection – the fashion mogul has been snapped wearing different diamond, ruby, emerald and sapphire stones in the years since.
As Mr and Mrs Beckham celebrate their anniversary, take a closer look at some of Victoria’s dazzling rings below.

Marquise cut diamond

When David proposed to Victoria in 1998, he gave her a marquise cut yellow diamond set on a yellow gold band.

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Eternity band

Soon after they wed, VB switched it up in a glimmering eternity band.

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Emerald cut diamond with baguettes

By 2003, Victoria was wearing this emerald cut diamond with side baguettes.

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Pink champagne halo diamond

Look closer and you’ll see VB’s pink champagne halo diamond ring, a gift from David on her 30th birthday. At the time, it was worth a reported $1.1 million (AED 39,01,178).

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Pear cut diamond

Victoria wearing a whopping 17-carat pear cut stone in 2005.

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Yellow diamond

David chose a yellow emerald cut diamond ring for Victoria in 2006, which she wore flanked by an eternity band on either side.

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Cushion cut emerald

Diamonds aren’t the only precious stones in Victoria’s collection – she first wore this cushion cut emerald ring in 2007.

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Another emerald cut diamond

Chopard designed VB’s larger emerald cut diamond, which is not dissimilar to the smaller ring she added to her collection in 2006.

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Ruby set in diamonds

She debuted a deep-red ruby ring set in white diamonds in 2009.

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Sapphire sparkler

VB wore this breathtaking sapphire on the fourth finger of her left hand in 2010.

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Pink oval cut diamond

In 2010, Victoria wore a pink oval cut diamond set upon a yellow gold pavé band.

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Round cut diamond

VB wearing a round cut diamond surrounded by two side stones in 2015.

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Meaningful moonstone

In 2015, Victoria showed off a moonstone ring made by Jacob & Co.

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Square cut diamond

Beckham wore a dazzling square cut diamond and platinum ring at Cannes in 2016.

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Square cut yellow diamond

Victoria’s most recent addition, which she was first seen wearing in 2018, is a square cut yellow diamond on a pavé band.

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Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

Exclusive: Sandra Mansour’s New Bridal Collection Is a Celebration of Hopes, Dreams, and the Beautiful Uncertainty of Life

Exclusive: Sandra Mansour’s New Bridal Collection Is a Celebration of Hopes, Dreams, and the Beautiful Uncertainty of Life

Photo: Aly Saab
For couturier Sandra Mansour, the past few years have been anything but easy. As was the case for creatives all over the globe, the onset of coronavirus brought with it a avalanche of challenges, and just as the world began navigating its way through a new era shadowed by a pandemic, Lebanon saw one of the worst disasters in its history—the Beirut blasts of August 4, 2020, which saw some of the city’s most-loved creative hubs suffer heartbreaking levels of damage. The statistics were astounding: Close to 200 dead, 6,000 casualties, and 300,000 people left homeless, and in Mansour’s case, the tragedy resulted in a maison engulfed in flames, years of hard work reduced to rubble. “I will always cherish my boutique’s location, with its marble mixed terrazzo floor and traditional characteristics,” the much-loved designer had shared with Vogue Arabia at the time. “The tragic events of August 4 will forever echo in my heart, but I will always keep on building and believing in the power of my dreams. That is the only way forth – to overcome and create light.”
Photo: Aly Saab
True to her words, Sandra Mansour has risen from the ashes like a phoenix, presenting the world this season with an unapologetically bold bridal collection that sings of victory. Named ‘Ad Astra Per Aspera’, the brand new line of ready-to-wear wedding ensembles celebrates the uncertainty of existence via intricate hand-and-thread embroidery, unexpected elements like pops of red and blazing gold suns, and artful drapes. “After the pandemic I wanted to create a collection filled with hope and dreams,” the designer shares with us during a special chat, describing how she leaned on “the delicacy of Lyon lace and lightness of tulle to pave the way for a lifetime of bliss amid a universe of doubt.” The result? A line of wedding ensembles that seem to have it all, from buttery soft gowns that stand the test of time, to sheer wedding numbers doused in glistening pastel 3D blooms, sharp ivory blazers, and when you least expect it, romantic scarlet pieces that demand to be admired.
Photo: André Wolff
With As Astra Per Aspera, Mansour paves the way to a brighter, lighter, gleeful future, rebuilt on a foundation stronger than before. Below, find out everything about the bridal collection that’s bound to make it to your dream wedding list.

Ad Astra Per Aspera — this is the inspiration behind your newest creations. How did you stumble upon this phrase, and what makes it so important to you? How does it translate in your bridal collection?
The inspiration behind this collection was from the Book of Miracles. The ready-to-wear bridal collection takes after its title, which denotes that our aspirations take us to the stars, to radiate a spectrum of subtlety and craftsmanship that spells out a new chapter in the story initiated by its Renaissance-inspired predecessor.
This is your first bridal collection after two difficult years. How has your journey through it been?
The past two years have been a challenge globally but a great learning curve. Deciding not to design a bridal collection during these times was a personal choice because bridal is unique. Bridal portrays peace, unity, love and hope, and for me now was the perfect time to bring it back.
Photo: André Wolff
Each collection you put forth tells a personal story. What’s the story behind this bridal collection?
This collection is dear to my heart mainly because the fabric and hand embroidery used were part of the unharmed inventory that were in the atelier on the day of the August 4 explosion. Giving them a new life was extremely emotional and a sign of resilience to me.
Second chances, miracles, and the idea of bliss are some of the themes that stand out in the pieces of Ad Astra Per Aspera. How did you reach these themes? What part of your personal life inspired you to create a collection that explores such deep points?
The Book of Miracles is the main inspiration for this collection and has allowed me to look at art in a different way. Living in the world we live in, with all of its changes, having an escape to dream is essential. While designing this collection I fully immersed myself in a different paradigm.
Photo: Tara Sakhi
This bridal collection spans from classic white wedding gowns to unexpected looks featuring gold suns and red tones. What’s your take on wearing unconventional hues on one’s wedding day?
Bridal for me is an expression of feeling, and ones feelings aren’t limited by colors. A bride wants to feel unique on her day and beauty isn’t conventional. I aspire to make any women feel special on her day.
How would you describe the Sandra Mansour bride?
The Sandra Mansour bride is an empowered woman, a woman who isn’t afraid to express herself, yet a women who is soft and sophisticated. There is no single description… She is a woman that looks at our collection and feels connected.
Photo: André Wolff
Your journey grew from a love for painting to now designing, and it seems like every creation tells a story. Is your designing process the same as when you create art? Do you share your visions and thoughts in the same way through both? What’s different?
Yes, creating a collection is like art. I don’t set boundaries to my designs. I like to explore the fabric, colors and patterns to create something that moves me. The difference is that both art and clothes are interlinked, yet designing a collection requires a further step, which is reconnecting to reality in order to make the dress wearable.
Art—and therefore fashion—has a knack for reaching out and leaving a lasting impression on everyone it touches. What’s the message you’d like to send with your designs?
My message would be for every women to feel that what she wears expresses and represents her. To know that there are no boundaries and no norms and that clothes are not simply pieces to wear, but art to connect with.
Lastly, what’s next for Sandra Mansour?
Many plans are in store for the brand, how they will manifest will show in time.
Photo: Aly Saab
Photo: André Wolff
Photo: André Wolff
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Photo: Aly Saab
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The Secret Messages Hidden in Avril Lavigne’s Heart-Shaped, and Jennifer Lopez’s Green Engagement Rings

The Secret Messages Hidden in Avril Lavigne’s Heart-Shaped, and Jennifer Lopez’s Green Engagement Rings

Avril Lavigne and Mod Sun. Photo: Instagram.com/avrillavigne
In a week that saw the engagements of two much-loved singers—Avril Lavigne and Jennifer Lopez—also come two unique rings with jewelry inspiration in tow.
Photo: Instagram.com/avrillavigne
On Thursday, Canadian star Avril Lavigne announced her engagement to fellow musician Derek Ryan Smith, known as Mod Sun, who popped the question in Paris on March 27. Given that engagement rings with an emotional meaning have been a trend for long, and that Lavigne is known for her stand-out pop punk style, the ‘Sk8er Boi’ singer’s rock had to be just as special. While in the City of Love, against a romantic backdrop of the Eiffel Tower, Mod Sun asked Lavigne to marry him with a heart-shaped diamond ring. What’s more, the ring is also marked with a personalized inscription. “It has the words ‘Hi Icon’ engraved in it, which were the first words he ever said to me,” the 37-year-old told People. “And it has Mod + Avril on the inside. He knew from the very beginning I wanted a heart-shaped diamond because on the day we met, we had matching heart-shaped pavéd rings on. We’ve worn them every day since, so it’s only fitting to have a heart-shaped engagement ring. I love it so much.”
Photo: Instagram.com/avrillavigne
Mod Sun enlisted Lavigne’s friend and designer Caryn Alpert at the celebrity-loved XIV Karats for the custom-made ring. “He knew that he really wanted to do something with hearts and have the most dazzling, biggest, flawless heart-shaped ring for her,” Alpert told Page Six of the 5-carat stone set in a royal setting and featuring little diamond hearts on the band. “They also have a connection to France and royalty and he wanted it to look like a crown too, so there’s a lot of beautiful detail around the heart shape itself,” said the designer.

Major announcement!!!! https://t.co/G5oGxtX0z5 pic.twitter.com/HTIqbHMJ2M
— jlo 💍 (@JLo) April 9, 2022

While Lavigne’s sparkler made headlines for its distinct shape, Lopez’s did the same for its extraordinary color. The star announced her engagement to actor Ben Affleck for the second time, via her newsletter On the JLo, and showed off her ring which appears to be a 8.5ct natural green diamond set on a silver band. According to an older newsletter from Lopez, the color of the stone is particularly meaningful. “I always say the color green is my lucky color. Maybe you can remember a certain green dress,” the 52-year-old had written, referring to her viral moment in the iconic Versace jungle print dress. “I’ve realized there are many moments in my life where amazing things happened when I was wearing green.”
Lopez’s engagement ring as seen in the announcement video
Previous engagement rings received by Lopez have been equally noteworthy, with Affleck presenting her with a ring featuring a pink stone set between two diamond baguettes for their first engagement.
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Crash Landing on You Star Son Yejin Wore an Elie Saab Bridal Gown for Her Wedding to Hyun Bin

Crash Landing on You Star Son Yejin Wore an Elie Saab Bridal Gown for Her Wedding to Hyun Bin

Hyun Bin wearing Tom Ford, and Son Yejin wearing Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/vast.ent
Son Yejin and Hyun Bin have tied the knot today, as confirmed by the agencies of the Korean stars. The couple, known for playing each other’s love interest in the hit show Crash Landing on You, got married on March 31 in a private ceremony held in Aston House, Grand Walkerhill Hotel, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul.
The official announcement was made by Bin’s management, Vast Entertainment, via two photos of the couple, wearing different outfits in each. In one, Yejin can be seen wearing a gown picked from the Spring 2022 Bridal collection of Elie Saab, the Lebanese designer known for his dreamy pieces. This particular one from the couturier features a sleeveless, fully embellished bodice, lightly cinched at the waist with a delicate belt, and a puffy tulle skirt embroidered with a spattering of petals. Wearing minimal makeup, Yejin’s hair is tied back in an elegant low bun, with a few loose curls framing her face. The photo also sees Bin standing next to the smiling bride, holding her hand, and wearing a silk Tom Ford suit with a cream-colored blazer, black pants, cummerbund, and a bowtie.

For those who have kept up with the couple’s on-screen-turned-off-screen relationship, the selection of the princess-style wedding dress must come as no surprise, especially given Yejin’s announcement of their engagement. Posted on February 10, the actor’s confirmation of the happy news described their relationship as a fairytale-like story. “Boy meets girl, recognizes each other in the crowd, promises to build a future together…” read the post. “It happened so naturally… But, isn’t that destiny?”
Photo: Instagram.com/vast.ent
In the second, more formal, picture, the couple stand against a backdrop of pink and white roses, once again holding hands and wearing matching white ensembles. This time going for a modern design, Yejin is wearing the Camellia wedding dress from Vera Wang‘s Bridal Spring 2022 collection. While the top features a one-shoulder corseted bodice with wrappings of tulle, the skirt also comes with a delicate layer of the same fabric on top of lace. For this look, the bride swapped the bun for a half-up-half-down hairstyle adorned with a floral band.
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