Giovanna Battaglia dazzles in Alexander McQueen wedding gown as she weds Oscar Englebert

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Giovanna Battaglia looked stunning in a lavish Alexander McQueen wedding dress as she wed her fiancé, Swedish realtor Oscar Englebert, in a spectacular ceremony at the Punta Carena lighthouse on the Italian island of Capri.

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The fashion editor's custom McQueen dress had an elaborately embellished fitted corset with an incredible frilled skirt with a long train, accessorising her stunning look with a long veil. The bride wore her long brunette hair in a sleek high bun, and decorated the look with white flowers, matching her bouquet of white roses. She also posed for photos with a matching white embroidered parasol.



The bride looked stunning in her lavish wedding gown

Fans of the Italian-born stylist were quick to praise her stunning gown, with one commenting: "So gorgeous," while another wrote: "When I get married I'm gonna wear this dress."

On saying their vows, heart-shaped confetti was released into the air, and wedding guest New York Times bestselling author Derek Blasberg posted a photo of the moment on Instagram, writing: "LOVE IS IN THE AIR!#gioandoscar"

Her six bridesmaids wore matching, loose summery gowns in a variety of pale colours from pink to peach, and were seen cheering as they witnessed Giovanna and Oscar's first kiss as a married couple.


The couple married in a beautiful ceremony on the Italian island of Capri

The couple then celebrated with an after party, in which Giovanna changed into a short, white dress made up of laced flowers, with matching over-the-knee boots as the couple cut their amazing wedding cake, with Oscar fed to Giovanna before fireworks began.

The celebrations began on Thursday when the pair enjoyed a rehearsal dinner at Piazza Umberto, where Giovanna wore a white Alaia dress with a feathery skirt.

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