In case you missed it, Zoë Kravitz got married on June 29, 2019. And it’s wholly likely that you did miss it, seeing as she hadn’t shared any pictures from the day — until this week. On January 1, the singer and actor finally shared photos from her summer wedding in Paris to Karl Glusman, the actor she’s been dating since 2016.
Kravitz shared two grayscale photo slideshows to Instagram, captioned with their wedding date and filled with photos of her walking down the aisle, kissing Glusman, and celebrating at her reception with a live band. Glusman also shared a few of his own snapshots of the couple posing before and after the ceremony — and a behind-the-scenes shot of Kravitz getting ready.
But enough about the event, because we need to discuss the look. Kravtiz opted for a fashionable yet timeless dress with a scoop neckline, drop waist, and a poofy skirt that looks a hell of a lot like Audrey Hepburn’s gown from Funny Face. It hit right at her shins, revealing what appear to be ballet slippers made of either satin or silk. Later in the night, she changed into a matching strapless top and low-waisted skirt. As French Vogue reports, the gown and reception set were both custom-designed for her by Alexander Wang.
For her hair and makeup, Kravitz also went the route of sleek and classic with a simple low bun and a white headband adorned with an itty bitty bow to match her wedding dress. Sadly for us, there aren’t any detail shots of her makeup yet, but from the black-and-white photos, we believe she was wearing a fresh complexion base, something to emphasize her already-bold brows, and a nude lipstick.
We’re not sure, but these are likely the only photos of Kravtiz and Glusman’s wedding that we’ll see because the couple is notoriously private. Hell, no one even knew about their engagement until Kravitz casually mentioned it during a Rolling Stone interview well after it happened. Though it’s a slight bummer we might never know the specifics of Kravitz’s wedding beauty look, we’re glad to have gotten a sneak peek at her wedding day. Congrats, you wild kids.
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