The train, which took 100 days to stitch, was crafted by a team of 10 seamstresses, said salon spokeswoman Lavinia Lascae.
4,700 metres of taffeta, 5.5 metres of Chantilly lace, 45 metres of lining, 1,857 sewing needles and 150 spool threads were used in the creation of the gown and train.
The lace was imported from France, while the taffeta and other fabrics were purchased from Italy, costing approximately £5,000, she added.
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