Seven seamstresses are filmed tackling this stupendous gown by Dubai designer Michael Cinco…
It’s the dress you’ll wear on one of the greatest days of your life, so most brides look for something extra-special for their big day.
However Dubai-based designer Michael Cinco takes wedding dresses to the next level with his couture creations.
Indeed, there’s no off-the-rack repetitiveness to the designer’s creations, as a new video posted by Cinco proves.
A giant team of seven dexterous seamstresses are pictured working on a strapless gown with a ruffled train that looks fit for a princess.
And, in fact, it actually is.
“The making of this exquisite wedding dress for a beautiful princess from Qatar,” Cinco, who is originally from the Philippines, captioned the clip.
It’s unknown exactly which royal the gown was created for, but we imagine it induced several gasps on its way down the aisle.
Just look at the finished product:
من اجمل ابداعات المصمم العالمي مايكل سينكو دبى . شكرًا مريم المُلا من قطر على الثقة الغالية لفستان أحلامك ونتمنى لكى التوفيق . احذرو التقليد نحن فقط مايكل سينكو دبى .#baku #bahrain #azerbaijan #almaty #kazakhstan #russia #moscow #philippines #paris #mood #fashion #weddingdress #wedding #dubai #mydubai #ajman #oman #qatar #doha #kuwait #ksa #ksa🇸🇦 #bahrain #cairo #egypt #paris #italy
Cinco is a favourite of Middle Eastern brides-to-be, and has created gowns for everyone from social media stars to real-life princesses.
The couture designer, who set up his eponymous label back in 2003, is also a go-to for celebrities for red-carpet events, and has dressed Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, and 2016 Miss Universe winner Pia Wurtzbach, to name a few.
Of course, with such star power comes a weighty price tag, with Cinco’s wedding dresses rumoured to cost in the tens of thousands of dirhams.
So for now, we’ll just be wearing one in our daydreams…
Image: Michael Cinco/Instagram