Chanel Unveils Lily Allen's Whimsical Wedding Reception Gown

06/17/2011 at 03:00 PM ET

Lily Allen Chanel Wedding Reception Dress
Courtesy Chanel

Lily Allen looked lovely in her Delphine Manivet dress as she married Sam Cooper in England on Saturday. But if the singer chose a gown by the French designer, then why did she visit Chanel’s Paris studios in March, telling the front desk she was there to “see Karl for my wedding dress?” Answer: Chanel — led by longtime pal Karl Lagerfeld — designed her wedding reception dress. Lagerfield’s dress sketch — along with a photo of Allen’s fitting — was revealed on the Chanel News website Thursday. The sheer, empire-waist gown, which had bell sleeves and a flowing skirt, looked perfect for her post-wedding ‘English cricket and afternoon tea’ themed party. We only hope that Lagerfeld creates equally gorgeous looks for the couple’s future baby! Tell us: Was Chanel a good choice for Allen’s wedding reception dress? Caroline Slutsky


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