Lebanese fashion designer, Sandra Mansour, has made headlines all over the world this week for dressing Ekaterina Malysheva for her wedding to Prince Ernst August Jr. 

August Jr. belongs to Germany's now-deposed royal family. 

Held in Hanover on Saturday, his wedding marks the first time a Hanoverian prince marries in the city's historic Market Church in 66 years

Malysheva wore three custom-made gowns at the festivities; all designed by Mansour - a long time friend of the bride. 

“I always knew Sandra would design my wedding gown,” Malysheva told Vogue Magazine. 

 “All three gowns were inspired by my Russian heritage and had a very ethereal, romantic feeling,” the bride added.  

The "Royal" Dress

"Embellished with elaborate beaded details"

A closer look

The pre-wedding gown

A rising Lebanese star in the world of fashion

Mansour was born and raised in Switzerland. 

After graduating from university in Geneva, the young Lebanese designer returned to Lebanon where she worked alongside renowned Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab.  

Working with Saab, Mansour "received first-hand experience with fabrics, textiles, embroidery, prints and cuts." 

She has now become well known "for her tasteful embellishments like hand-placed sequins, beading, and embroidery," Vogue wrote.