Paris is not just about romanticism, the Eiffel Tower or the Château, it's also about fashion and sophistication. Truthfully, it's a whole vibe, and it's exactly what inspired this provocative wedding dream set at The Laurent, an old 17th century hunting lodge, and photographed by Camy Duong. The collaborative creative team, led by Ivy Cousin and Janemary, envisioned a rich and exceptionally-elevated editorial moved by the masculine ambiance of the venue. With delicate flowers by Kahina Events, chic rentals from Maison Options, and filming by Anh Pictures, the cohort told the story of a classy American couple who stepped onto Champs-Élysées and immediately owned the scene. All of the images are in the full gallery and ahead, more explanation from Camy Duong on the details that brought all things entrancing from a romance novel into real life.
A place that has never been shot before
Le Laurent is one of the best-kept-secret places in Paris, located on the most beautiful avenue in the world: the avenue des Champs Elysées, full of old charm and unique architecture. The venue is such a phenomenal place that has never been shot before, so in their storyboarding, the talented wedding creatives were proud to show another facet of the faultless City of Lights.
And ensembles unmatched with their modern energy
The bride wore an Oksana Mukha gown and a very glamorous bespoke suit from My Philosophy Paris. Together, the looks effused elegance and edge that could only describe Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, and a touch of Coco Chanel and Dior.