Nicole Trunfio just reached peak hipster with a Coachella wedding.

Think your John Lennon sunnies and your combat boots make you a certified hipster? Think again.

Australian model Nicole Trunfio, notable for last year’s stellar breast feeding Elle Australia cover, has just reached peak hipster by  getting married at Coachella.

And her dress is fire.

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Designed by iconic Australian designer, Steven Khalil, the sleeveless, empire-waisted dress features a deep v neck and corset-style waist.


“When Nicole and I first met we had a really in depth conversation about what she envisioned for her wedding dress–it was sheer, sexy, form fitting and quite ethereal,” stylist Anita Patrickson told Harpers Bazaar.

“We distinctly said we weren’t really going to try any large gowns or princess cuts…. I am always amazed how 90 per cent of the brides I have dressed end up in a dress that is completely different to what they had imagined they would wear.”


The delicately embroidered dress with a princess skirt was complete with a cathedral-length veil, which Trunfio wore on her big day.

“I want my client to truly feel like themselves, to wear something they will still be in love with 30 years from now,” Patrickson said.

The model wed her beau and father to their son Zion, American guitarist Gary Clark Jr. in a lavish ceremony, with the groom decked out in a suit complete with a skinny-leg pants, a scarf and hipster staple, a trilby.


After the outdoor ceremony for the pair who met at a previous Coachella festival, Trunfio slipped into a slim-line creation from Barcelona-based design house, Yolan Cris.

The semi-sheer dress had a unique square train, which Trunfio accessorised with a Marchesa bag and headpiece.


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