There was not one celeb wedding in France this past weekend but two! Zoë Kravitz and now husband Karl Glusman decided to tie the know in the City of Love which is where they originally met. Paris has to be one of the most romantic wedding destinations of all time, especially with all of the amazing buildings and monuments as the perfect wedding photo setting. But as it is Zoë Kravitz you know the whole affair was going to have a very chic yet avant-garde feel to it which it most definitely did.
There was no French chateau for Kravitz to host her wedding at but one could argue she had an even better option: Lenny Kravitz’s restored mansion that was built in the 1700s. This is about as cool as it gets. Not only is his house full of eclectic art from the likes of Andy Warhol and Basquiat but the old wine cellar is also a Speakeasy which we are sure was the scene of the exclusive reception. One thing guests of the bride and groom may have been surprised by was the fact that Lenny does not allow shoes in his house. Whether this is to protect the floors or is just a quirk we’re not sure.
One could argue that this wedding was even more star-studded than Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’ one. The Big Little Lies cast in which Zoë stars were out in full force with Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley, and Nicole Kidman all in attendance. To top it off, model Cara Delevigne was there with her new girlfriend, Ashley Benson, Jason Momoa as the step-father to Zoë through his marriage to Lisa Bonet, and Chris Pine. All this wedding seemed to be missing were some foreign dignitaries.
Word is still out on what exactly Zoë opted to wear for her walk down the aisle but for the rehearsal dinner, she was effortlessly chic wearing a pearl-encrusted white crochet dress over white bikes shorts and a bra. Since Paris is notoriously hot in the summer this seems both like a wise choice to help her stay cool but to also increase the style icon image she worked so closely on curating.
We bet with such a musical family that if her dad decided to perform for them it must have been a night to remember.