Celebrations for the likes of Anna Dello Russo, Lauren Santo Domingo, Sabine Getty, Peter Dundas, Natasha Poly and Micol Sabbadini continued long into the weekend, with parties taking place on yachts on the riviera on Saturday, and a continuous stream of Instagram snaps.Fashion editor and street style star Giovanna Battaglia married Swedish real estate tycoon Oscar Engelbert over the weekend, in what many are already hailing to be the wedding of the summer.Taking over Instagram with their official wedding hashtag, #gioandoscar, and in turn taking over the Italian island of Capri, the couple’s big day was a who’s who of the fashion industry’s finest, and of course warranted some seriously gorgeous gowns.The ceremony took place at the Punta Carena lighthouse, where Ms Battaglia wore an extravagant Sarah Burton for Alexander Mc Queen gown, which featured both an embellished corset and a miles-long statement train.Instead, the Instagram star, Ms Battaglia, donned yet another dress for the wedding reception, this time opting for a Giambattista Valli party dress for all of the dancing, along with a pair of thigh high boots.Giovanna has also worked for magazines such as L’Uomo Vogue, W Magazine, Italian Vogue, Vogue Japan.Weddings, honeymoons and romantic breaks are the name of the island's game, but this one might just beat the rest of the season's impending fashionable nuptials - not least for its three impeccable costume changes.
Giovanna Battaglia, born in Italy on 26 September 1979, is one of the most colourful personalities in the fashion world.
Her career started from cooperation with one of the fashion giants Dolce & Gabbana.
The bride herself wore three – the biggest and best of which being a frothy Alexander Mc Queen confection, made bespoke for her by Sarah Burton.
As the couple said their vows on the rocks, the dress was a scene-maker as pink confetti cannons exploded all around when the couple shared their first kiss as husband and wife.
The festivities continued long after the confetti cannons had gone off with a stunning dinner, an enormous dancefloor and two photobooth set-ups.
There was a pop-up news stand, an art deco-style gold room of Gatsby standards and an enormous firework display to finish.