We can’t stop staring at these photos of Princess Iman of Jordan’s Dior wedding dress.
Everything We Know About Princess Iman’s Dior Wedding Dress
Earlier this month, the daughter of Queen Rania and King Abdullah II tied the knot with her now-husband, Jameel “Jimmy” Alexander Thermiótis. After the wedding, Dior posted not one, not two, but three slideshows on Instagram highlighting the gown (which was designed by the brand’s creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri).
Not only did the posts reveal close-up images of Princess Iman’s gorgeous wedding dress, but they also featured captions that described the gown and how it was made.
The first slideshow featured photos of the bride, along with a portrait of the mother-daughter duo. The caption read, “The House is honored to share the wedding dress specially designed by @MariaGraziaChiuri for H.R.H Princess Iman’s wedding to Mr. Jameel Alexander Thermiotis at Beit Al Urdun in Amman, Jordan. Photographed alongside her mother, Her Majesty @QueenRania, the Princess embodied a revered grace and elegance.”
The second post featured close-up shots that focused on the stunning neckline. “Contemporary yet timeless, the white gown is adorned with immaculate lace work and precise tailoring as a testament to the refined excellence of the House’s atelier,” the caption read. “The glowing bride beautifully embodied the irresistibly feminine silhouette for her special day.”
The last slideshow offered a rare glimpse of the designing process, featuring Chiuri putting final touches on the gown. “The gown is imbued with beloved codes of the House like flourishes of florals on the lace neckline and sleeves,” the caption read. “Paired with her gossamer veil, the result is a poetically enchanting look for the modern bride.”
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