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The Glam Details From Misha Nonoo’s Star-Studded Rome Wedding

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With guests such as Meghan Markle, Ivanka Trump and Katy Perry, Misha Nonoo's wedding could be the most elegant ceremony of the decade.

On Friday, September 20, the designer married Michael Hess in Rome at Villa Aurelia, and the stars appeared in style.

Since Friday's bride and groom attended the royal wedding in 2018 at Windsor Castle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex showed their support in prominent looks.

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While Prince Harry kept him simple and sharp in a classic black tuxedo, the new mother surprised her with a $ 13,500 black Valentino prom dress. The large number had silver ornaments and puffed sleeves. She wore her hair in that classic, flawless Markle style, sweeping it to show off her gold feather earrings.

Nonoo and Markle have been friends for some time and have even worked together on the Duchess's Smart Works capsule collection this year. “She is the most generous and genuine person,” Nonoo told the New York Times in 2017, continuing to say that she is “a sister in the sense that if you are her friend, she will do anything for you.

Royalty was not alone. Other fashion participants included the first daughter, who looked like a modern-day goddess in a red chiffon dress with a dramatic cape. She further enhanced her look with soft make-up and a metal belt strapped around her waist.

As if that wasn't enough, Perry and fiance Orlando Bloom walked hand in hand looking cool, elegant and seriously modern. He spun around in the classic tuxedo, opting for loafers without socks and slightly cropped pants to flaunt them. She was also a little bolder, wearing a pink tulle dress with rows of embroidered flowers on the transparent skirt. She completed the look with white accessories that included cat eye shades and kitten heels.

Keep scrolling to see all the chic and incredibly glamorous style details of Nonoo's A-list guests.

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