Tamara Falcó was left without a wedding dress less than two months after the wedding. The firm Sophie et Voilà broke contractually with the Marquise de Griñón for an alleged plagiarism that the businesswoman would have requested. However, she is already happy with her new Carolina Herrera model, by the designer Wes Gordon, whom she has gone to see in New York.
Íñigo Onieva, for his part, did not want to reveal anything about the outfit he will wear on July 8. According to himself, he has told the portal 20 Minutes, he already has the suit ready and will not reveal the designer until the day of the wedding. However, it has been Leticia Requejo who has been in charge of telling all the details about the design that Onieva will wear to go down the aisle.
Íñigo Onieva has recently traveled to Lourdes to meet several pilgrims and thus be able to pray for their future wedding. It seems that he is very calm, unlike his partner, and it is that the businessman already has everything well tied up to say 'yes I do' with Tamara Falcó.
As Leticia Requejo explained in El Programa de Ana Rosa, there would be numerous "national and international firms" that have been interested in making the suit for the Marquise's future husband. "Classic morning suit, frock coat, waistcoat and straight pants" would be the garments chosen by Onieva for the occasion.
And not only the pieces that Íñigo Onieva will wear have transcended, but also the details of these. According to the journalist, the businessman will leave behind the "rare" prints and the "frills" to go in a more classic way. Neutral colors are chosen by Onieva for his design.
Tamara Falcó would be very surprised, not only with the proposed designs, but with the number of brands that have offered to dress her partner. "Tamara believes that her boyfriend will be sponsored by all sides," Requejo has assured. And it is that the marquise would think that Onieva will have too many marks on her.
The Marquise de Griñón has already returned from her express trip to New York to find a wedding dress in extremis. A few hours ago she landed at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas airport, where she has tried to avoid being caught by the press, without good results.
The couple will say yes in the chapel of El Rincón, the small palace owned by Tamara Falcó, located in the Madrid municipality of Aldea del Fresno. The menu chosen for the occasion will be in charge of the Basque chef, with three Michelin stars, Eneko Atxa. Of course, the party will start earlier at the Ritz hotel in Madrid. Without a doubt, a wedding that will leave images for history.