Bride and joy! Soprano Laura Wright selects dress by Israeli designer Alon Livne
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Bride and joy! Soprano Laura Wright selects dress by Israeli designer Alon Livne

Renowned singer selected dressmaker chosen by many other celebrities, including Lady Gaga, Naomi Campbell, Kim Kardashian and Beyonce

Francine Wolfisz is the Features Editor for Jewish News.

Laura Wright with Harry Rowland on their wedding day as they appear in this week's edition of Hello magazine. Photo credit: Hello!/PA Wire
Laura Wright with Harry Rowland on their wedding day as they appear in this week's edition of Hello magazine. Photo credit: Hello!/PA Wire

Soprano Laura Wright married her personal trainer boyfriend Harry Rowland this week – and all eyes were certainly on the bride as she appeared in a breath-taking ivory lace dress by Israeli designer Alon Livne.

“She looked absolutely amazing – stunning. I’ve seen her in a lot of glamorous dresses, but this topped it all,” Harry told Hello! magazine, which exclusively covered the event at St Michael’s church in Framlingham, Suffolk.

Livne’s designs are a firm favourite with celebrities, including Lady Gaga, Naomi Campbell, Kim Kardashian and Beyonce.

Last year, his Spring-Summer 2017 collection became the first by an Israeli brand to appear on the official schedule of Paris Fashion Week.

Laura Wright with Harry Rowland on their wedding day as they appear in this week’s edition of Hello magazine. Photo credit: Hello!/PA Wire
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