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“But we move around quite a lot,” says Haas, with some understatement. There was only one place they wanted to get married: the Treville Beach Club on Laurito Beach, a tiny cove just along from Positano. "It’s an incredibly special place for Charles and me,” says Haas. “We fell in love and spent our first holiday together here seven years ago, and have returned every summer since.” The couple was married on the sand just before sunset, with the composer Joep Beving, a close friend, officiating and playing the piano as 130 guests filed on to the beach. Haas arrived by speedboat, having got into her gown with her Galvan-clad bridesmaids in the Zeffirelli Suite at Villa Trevilla, two coves over from the beach – a hotel owned by her friend Govind Friedland, who helped the couple plan the wedding. As for the dress? Haas describes it as a “true labour of love” that took 200 hours to create. “Everything began with an Italian embroidered lace, which I had had in my archives for years, and the design followed from there. The style shifted and evolved over time as we worked with the lace and observed how it fell and draped.” Flowers were all local, picked out the morning of the wedding from the flower market. She opted for deep red Gianvito Rossi shoes. “Sola [Harrison, Galvan’s creative director, and one of the bridesmaids] and me thought it felt very Italian to have red accessories!” she says.
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