Granted, we're still somewhat obsessed with Margherita Missoni after spending some serious time poring over her weekend wedding pictures. Did you snoop? Margherita and her husband (new!) Eugenio Amos skipped the honeymoon to attend the family's men's Spring/Summer 2013 runway show in Milan just yesterday. The new bride stuck to her signature boho-style for the presentation — donning a sequinned halter dress in a suitably graphic print then ramped up the gypset vibe via a turban, crochet bag and coral jewellery. Get a better look at Ms Missoni's signature style inside . . .
Margherita Missoni got married in Italy this weekend, and with her Heidi-inspired headband braid and signature minimal makeup, she looked almost angelic. To celebrate her wedding to long-time beau Eugenio Amos, we're taking a look back at her top 10 beauty looks. One of only a few celebrities to consistently rock a minimal makeup look, Margherita always stays true to her signature style of beauty. Whether she's walking the red carpet at the Met Gala or sitting front row at a fashion show, Margherita tends to steer clear of heavy makeup, opting instead for a bold lip and natural hair. Ah yes, that hair. Join us as we celebrate the beautiful bride.
With her family's signature pattern on show from the guests, Italian fashion darling Margherita Missoni married her long-time beau, Eugenio Amos, in Brunello Italy yesterday. The bride looked whimsical, staying true to her bohemian style with silver sandals, and a bright bouquet and delicate headpiece. The dress spoke to her family's design aesthetic — original and creative — with an off-the-shoulder piece full of life and rufffles. The bridesmaids wore bright dresses and their own colourful veils, the smallest even sported one Margherita's signature fashion choices — the midriff top. Margherita is the eldest child of Angela Missoni, and her grandparents founded the iconic brand. Friends and family were in attendance, including the likes of Anna Dello Russo who tweeted a picture of her amazing outfit for Margherita's big day. Click through to see the beautiful pictures.