Couture designer Ralph Lauren shares intricate details of Priyanka Chopra’s wedding gown

In a subtle and intimate wedding ceremony with close friends and family in Jodhpur in December, Bollywood diva and International star, Priyanka Chopra and singer, Nick Jonas turned man and wife.

After dating for a few months, the couple got engaged in a roka ceremony in September and been in news for their adorable PDA on their social media accounts, something #NickYanka followers still ain’t getting over.

If you recall, Chopra-Jonas and husband Nick Jonas first met on the red carpet of MET Gala in 2016 where the actress was donning the much talked-about trench coat, designed by Lauren himself. 

To mark their special and first meet, the designer took charge of giving her the dreamy bridal look in one-of-a-kind gown.

“Mr. Lauren began the months-long design process by showing Priyanka Chopra sketches for her custom gown, which combined the glamour of a sequin-embellished strapless dress with the romance of a sheer, hand-embroidered coat,” the team posted on Instagram.

“One of the fittings for Priyanka Chopra’s wedding dress was held in Paris, where she saw the full look come together for the first time, complete with a veil.
The sweeping, 75-foot veil she wore on the day of the ceremony was actually comprised of two different cuts of tulle—a shorter fingertip-length veil worn under the epically longer one, which was carried behind the bride by six attendants.” 

Beyond images, the team of the designer took to their social media sites to share the work behind the wedding gown and the secret messages intricately visible, such as Nick’s name – Nicholas Jerry and their wedding date – 1st December 2018.

As tweeted, “This isn’t about a dress,” Mr. Lauren said. “It’s about a woman and a moment. @PriyankaChopra knows exactly who she is, and so I wanted the dress to reflect, not only her love story and the romance of India, but also her unique sensibility: strong, smart, and beautiful.”

Take a look at the video below:

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