Saturday, July 26, 2014
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Margherita Missoni announces wedding timeline

On Thursday, Margherita Missoni, the face and baby of the family-owned and operated brand, announced that she will tie the knot to her fiancé this coming spring.

Margherita Missoni announces wedding timeline

It has been a monumental year for the Missoni family.

First, Missoni's Target collaboration line, which debuted this fall, crashed the Target website, sold-out in stores across the country, and ultimately caused a retail crisis for frenzied buyers who wanted more zigzags for less. Soon thereafter, select Missoni for Target items re-emerged on eBay for three times the original amount.

The success of the line generated an overwhelming amount interest in mass retailer-designer collaborations, where fashion-focused men and women could add designer collections to their closets, without breaking their banks.

Second, the Italian knitwear family was recently honored in Beverly Hills for their contributions to the fashion world. The Italian fashion dynasty received the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Awards, where a plaque was placed in their honor on the SoCal shopping stretch.

On Thursday, the face and baby of the family-owned and operated brand, Margherita Missoni, announced that she will tie the knot to her fiancé Eugenio Amos, this coming spring.

The wedding will be held in or near Sumirago, a quaint Italian town where the company is headquartered. With her beautiful looks and composure, we're sure Margherita will be an absolutely stunning bride. Unfortunately, the event is closed off to the press.

Nevertheless, that doesn't mean speculation surrounding her gown is off-limits. Does anyone think zigzags can go well with a wedding dress? Will her mother design it? Or will the bride-to-be tap one of her favorite designers- Marchesa- to design a tulle gown for her big day?

Questions, questions, and we want answers.

Esther Lee Philly.com
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