Angelina Jolie wore her kids' creation on D-day

By Ritika Handoo | Last Updated: Sep 02, 2014, 15:26 PM IST
Angelina Jolie wore her kids' creation on D-day

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New Delhi: When undoubtedly the most beautiful woman on earth decides to walk down the aisle with the most good-looking male, girls ever saw—the outcome is two stunning personalities taking the world by storm. There is no prize for guessing that we are talking about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. Yes, quite literally, the two rocked the look on their secret wedding day.

Much has been written about the hush-hush wedding ceremony of Brangelina (as they are fondly called) in France, but what has lately become the talk of the town, is Angelina's wedding day dress. The 'Maleficent' actress in the cover of 'People' magazine is seen in her wedding gown, and many surely will skip a heart beat.

Reports suggest that Jolie's dress was designed by none other than ace designer Atelier Versace's Luigi Massi, who is quite pally with the couple. According to People magazine, Jolie in an interview said that Luigi is more of family to them and no one else could ever design her wedding gown. The couple has also featured in the cover of 'Hello' magazine, where Jolie is seen in her super white wedding gown and in the inset, we can see the couple lock lips as man and wife.

Interestingly, it's not just the Versace label that's garnering attention from the media worldwide but also the fact that this talented designer used their children's drawings and put them in the dress. Yes, innovative no? Well, Luigi has reportedly made excellent use of the designs drawn by Brangelina's kids and it has been made an intricate design pattern on the dress.

Jolie also said in that interview that Luigi understands the kids and cares about them, therefore, this idea of clubbing the kids' art into his own designer perfection came out.

Well, all we can say is that—whatever the power couple Brangelina decides to do, it has to be a class apart. In this case, they set the bar too high!