Gottfried Helnwein is best man and Hamish Bowles reports exclusively about this event in VOGUE, March 2006.
THE BRIDE WORE PURPLE
Text by Hamish Bowles
Portraits by Steven Klein
..Their house's dining area, high-ceilinged and nave-shaped, seems well suited for tonight's ceremonial purpose. The couple will wed beneath a brace of stuffed peacocks and a giant 1930s-style portrait of Marlene Dietrich by Gottfried Helnwein, the German artist who will host the Irish wedding ceremony at his Gothic castle in Tipperary.
Dita Von Teese, wearing Dior's peacock jersey dress and a thirties tremblant brooch, dances with Manson to Max Raabe and his orchestra in the Great Hall of Gottfried Helnwein's Irish castle.
In the double-height Great Hall, a baronial table covered with Swarovski ruby-colored crystals bear some of the 4,000 black and crimson roses that florist Hayley Newstead has arranged in great volcanic eruptions. Black and gold skull-shaped candles gutter, and a roaring log fire crackles in the hearth. In the dining room, the newly-weds will sit together between two long banqueting tables, lit by the candlelight from towering candelabras spilling with the garnet fronds of love-lies-bleeding, roses and clusters of dark-burgundy grapes...
The tablecloths and napkins have been custom woven in crisp black Irish linen; the napkins are monogrammed black on black with the couple's elaborate Victorian initials. This motif also decorates the Wedgwood side plates and is woven into the black lace curtains that hang at the high windows of the principal reception rooms and invest them with a disquieting, Edgar Allan Poe air of mystery...
Her second husband is a son of Jean - Charles de Castelbajac, fashion designer born in Marocco, creating in France, French nobleman.
Louise is around 11 years younger than Dita and maybe this is a secret to a happy marriage.
You can fallow her short messages on Twitter or check some photos made by her on Twitpic.
Which is funny because she's no really a great photographer.
...and find posts like her shoes, pets and other...
She is promoting Cointreau, even on Twitpic. Cointreau
Her wonderbra project ,as it would be a surprise, is of course very stylish.Wonderbra
She appeared in short movie 'The death of Salvador Dali' which won Jury's Special Award for Excellence in Cinematography at the Aarhus Film Festival, in Denmark in 2006.
Dita Von Teese won the award for Best Female Performance for her depiction of Dali's wife Gala, at The Beverly Hills Film Festival in 2006.