Bieber thanked Abloh in one of a series of Instagram posts shared on Monday night, writing: “Thank you for making my vision come to life and creating my dream dress.You and your @Off___White team are incredible and I'm forever grateful I got to wear your beautiful creation.”
For his part, the designer said in an Instagram post of his own: “When @HaileyBieber asks if you want to design a wedding dress.. that's a “yes”.” Black and white wedding photographs shared by the bride offer a closer look at details of the gown, including the floral lace sleeves studded with pearls and the deep scoop at the back.
“I’ve known Off-White since it started and I’ve known Virgil for years, so it’s cool to see the evolution of his creativity,” Bieber told Vogue in the April 2018 issue, which spotlighted Abloh’s modern vision of luxury. “Virgil’s ideas and his aesthetic are so based on culture and what is cool for young people, which is something I pay attention to... Off-White has got to a place where it keeps getting better and better and better.”
The couple initially wed in a courthouse ceremony in the autumn of 2018, ahead of their star-studded nuptials at the luxury Montage Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina, which spanned three days from September 29 to October 1.
In addition to the Off-White gown she wore to walk down the aisle – what she has called “the most special day of my life” – Bieber also chose a Vivienne Westwood minidress with the brand's signature corsetry and draping for the rehearsal dinner, and a simpler white halter neck dress for the after-party.