When: 1956 Where: On film in . . . And God Created Woman ("Et Dieu . . . créa la femme”) The Groom: Jean-Louis Trintignant The Dress: A collared and belted shirtdress designed by Pierre Balmain The Drama: During filming, the leading lady, directed by her husband, fell for her leading man. In 1956, the press “was informed that the love scenes were the most realistic ever filmed, so much so that they continued after the cameras had stopped.”
A Look Back at 120 Years of Stunning Vanderbilt Weddings
Camera Ready - Stella Tennant and photographer (now turned-osteopath) David Lasnet, 1999The bride wore: Helmut LangHow they met: On set when the French-born (and not yet English-speaking) Lasnet was assisting Mario Testino
Royal Weddings - Jemma Kidd and Arthur Wellesley, Earl of Mornington, 2005The bride wore: Christian Lacroix CoutureAbout the dress: It arrived in a six-foot-long custom-made wooden box in order to fly from London to Barbados in a first-class seat.