The world's fastest Olympic champion walked down the aisle and said "yes, I do" to his Nicole at Torre San Marco on Lake Garda. For him tuxedos and star sunglasses, for her a white mermaid gown and a four-meter train, a symbol of their long love story.
Getting married on her 29th birthday: for Nicole Daza, September 17 from now will be a day of celebration squared. The influencer and model born in Ecuador but who has always lived in Italy, a lover by her own definition, of fashion and sports, crowned her dream of love on this very date, already special for her, with Marcell Jacobs, Olympic 100-meter champion, with whom she has been together for four years.
Four like the meters of the long veil with a train embellished with a rhinestone-studded floral clip in her hair, chosen by the tattooed Nicole to complete her wedding look: perhaps not a coincidence, but a symbol and a wish for a love that will hopefully last until death do us part.
In the evocative setting of Torre di San Marco in Gardone Riviera, famous because it was purchased in the 1920s by the poet vate Gabriele D'Annunzio, the couple exchanged vows and rings, the latter made by a workshop in Rome (where the two live) where Jacobs had also entrusted the engagement ring for Nicole, namely a central brilliant-cut diamond of nearly a carat. The "yes, I do" rings, on the other hand, are 18-karat white gold, studded with natural brilliants weighing a total of three carats, and were apparently made in record time.
The groom, looking very elegant in a classic tuxedo with bow tie, accessorized the outfit with a pair of round sunglasses and patent leather shoes.
Nicole Daza, on the other hand, relied on the maison Nicole Milano (also chosen by Federica Pellegrini for the most beautiful day) arriving by boat accompanied by the mayor of Desenzano sul Garda who brought her bouquet of roses. For the wedding, the model opted for a mermaid lace gown in nude tulle, with an elegant all over tattoo effect and mischievous transparencies.