There is little more than a month left for the wedding of the year to take place. Tamara Falcó can breathe easy because she already has a dress for her wedding. After her sudden break with the firm that she was going to design the piece at first, the Marquise de Griñón traveled to New York to meet with Carolina Herrera and designer Wes Gordon to find the dress of her dreams.
Íñigo Onieva, for his part, has also already chosen the suit in which he will parade down the aisle. However, one of the unknowns that hovered over these last days was Isabel Preysler's decision. But it seems that Tamara Falcó's mother has everything well tied up and she already has a firm for making her dress.
Last Wednesday, Beatriz Cortázar assured in The Ana Rosa Program that Isabel Preysler had several wardrobe options for Tamara Falcó's wedding: "Óscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Silvia Tcherassi and Johanna Ortiz". This morning, the journalist has announced that Carolina Herrera will finally be in charge of the piece's design.
"They are going to play it safe. In the end, two for one. That everything remains in the same place to be combined in the photos and that there are no messes," Cortázar assured in It's Federico's morning. It seems that mother and daughter will go through Herrera's workshop to avoid any possible error.
It is not surprising that Isabel Preysler has chosen Carolina Herrera as the brand for her dress. And it is that the designer and the socialite have been close friends for a long time. One of the information that had emerged in recent weeks is that Preysler would have been the one who encouraged Tamara Falcó to choose Herrera and not another of the more than 50 proposals that she received.
Among other things, Beatriz Cortázar announced this morning, too, the three options that are being considered for the tiara of the Marquise de Griñón. The one that Xandra Falcó used at her wedding, that of Isabelle Junot or, if not, that of Amparo Corsini, Manolo Falcó's wife.
The wedding of Tamara Falcó and Íñigo Onieva will take place on July 8 at the El Rincón palace, owned by the Marquise de Griñón since the death of Carlos Falcó, her father. With the choice of dresses and suits, the bride and groom would already have everything ready for the wedding of the year to begin.
A link that will begin the day before with a party at the Ritz Hotel in Madrid and whose menu will be designed by the Basque chef, with three Michelin stars, Eneko Atxa.