Designer Tabitha Simmons' Wedding Was a High-Fashion Affair

You have to see the fashion mogul's gown

Jamie McCarthy

When a prominent member of the fashion sphere says "I do," you know the wedding looks are going to be out of this world, as was the case with Tabitha Simmons this weekend.

The shoe designer, Dolce & Gabbana stylist, and Vogue fashion editor married financier Topper Mortimer June 9 in New York City, surrounded by plenty of A-list friends and close family members. The duo walked down the aisle of Manhattan's Church of the Resurrection in front of the likes of Lily Aldridge, Sienna Miller, and fellow Vogue editor Hamish Bowles. Both of the bride's sons, Dylan and Elliot, from her previous marriage to photographer Craig McDean stood with the couple at the altar during the church service. But, naturally, the fashion-forward bride's dress largely stole all the attention.

Simmons sported a head-turning, very Victorian-style Dolce & Gabbana lace frock, complete with a high neckline, long sleeves, and a ruffled bodice. The 47-year-old topped off the look with three white floral accessories in her hair, which she pulled back into an updo. According to Daily Mail, she also wore a pair of shoes from her namesake collection—the Tie the Knot heels.

Following the ceremony, the festivities continued at restaurant and bar Dorrian's Red Hand. Simmons slipped into a second, short sleeve Dolce & Gabbana dress, and both the newlyweds donned matching "Just Married" sashes. The bride also topped her second look with a unicorn veil headpiece.

Simmons and Mortimer, who was previously married to Tinsley Mortimer of Real Housewives of New York City, have been dating since 2014. The couple announced their engagement last August, with Simmons posting a photo of a Tabitha and Topper necklace to Instagram. The newlyweds have one daughter together, 5-month-old Violet.

We have a feeling Victorian-esque wedding gowns may have a resurgence following this star-studded ceremony!

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