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Julio Santo Domingo and Nieves Zuberbühler Had a Halloween-Themed Wedding

From Town & Country

Billionaire Julio Mario Santo Domingo III wed television journalist Nieves Zuberbühler over the weekend in a ceremony full of ghouls and goblins.

The couple embraced the date, two days before Halloween, by organizing a bash with a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-meets-enchanted garden theme at the Pioneer Works art gallery in Brooklyn, according to the New York Post. Guests like Princess Caroline of Monaco, Jean Pigozzi, and Nacho Figueras dressed as everything from Fred Flintstone to Cher to matadors to, in Figueras's case, Batman.

Zuberbühler's dress was by her close friend, Brandon Maxwell, who also planned her hair, makeup, and jewelry for the occasion. With a 10-foot-long train, the off-the-shoulder piece comprised 250 yards of satin-faced chiffon, Vogue reports. The bride, an Emmy award-winning producer for 60 Minutes, also wore a veil made of 10 yards of silk toile. "I wanted something romantic, inspired by Pre-Raphaelite art," she told Vogue.

For the reception, Maxwell added shoulder straps and cut the train off his creation. At 1 a.m., he cut it again to transform it into a minidress that would pair well with the light-up sneakers Zuberbühler wore on the dance floor.

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