If your dress train is two miles long, then a hot air balloon is a practical method of transportation. As the latest record-we-didn’t-know-you could-break, a Romanian design house debuted the longest bridal train known to man.
The Andree Salon, a Bucharest fashion label, hired 10 seamstresses to toil away on the Guinness World Record-breaking dress for 100 days. The imported material alone, including French lace and Italian taffeta, cost around $7,300. That’s not including labor and the dramatic floating runway show.
On Tuesday, a model wearing the dress was hoisted into the air outside Bucharest’s Palace of the Parliament, for all the world to see- in particular- The Netherlands. The Dutch country previously held the longest train record (it wasn’t even a mile).