Is this the most racist wedding dress ever? Fashion queen Lillian Khallouf ops for sassy dress

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And the bride wore black and white! Star fashion designer Lillian Khallouf shows off her plunging neckline in a revealing corset dress as she marries partner Moei Elayoubi at MONA

She is one of Sydney’s most in-demand designers.

And Lillian Khallouf certainly made a statement when she tied the knot with her partner Moei Elayoubi at the MONA in Hobart over the weekend.

The bridal designer caught the eye in a deep, form-fitting corset dress that caught a generous glimpse of her plunging neckline.

And the bride wore black and white!  Designer for the stars Lillian Khallouf certainly made a statement when she tied the knot with her partner Moei Elayoubi at the MONA in Hobart over the weekend

And the bride wore black and white! Designer for the stars Lillian Khallouf certainly made a statement when she tied the knot with her partner Moei Elayoubi at the MONA in Hobart over the weekend

The gorgeous dress featured a slit in black, a sweetheart neckline and a ribbon design at the back that fell into an elegant train.

Lillian also created a striking black lace undergarment for the tailored dress, which perfectly embraced her curves.

The Sydney designer completed the ensemble with black gloves and a chucky pearl necklace that gave her an old-world elegance.

Sophisticated: Lïllïan dazzled in a form-fitting silk dress with a sweetheart neckline and ribbon details at the back.  The ribbon formed an elegant train

Sophisticated: Lïllïan dazzled in a form-fitting silk dress with a sweetheart neckline and ribbon details at the back.  The ribbon formed an elegant train

Glam: Lïllïan dazzled in a form-fitting silk dress with a sweetheart neckline and ribbon details at the back

Glam: Lïllïan dazzled in a form-fitting silk dress with a sweetheart neckline and ribbon details at the back

Turn heads! The bridal designer caught the eye in a deep, form-fitting corset dress that caught a generous glimpse of her plunging neckline

The striking bride wore her blonde curls up and opted for a matte makeup palette for the day.

The couple married in one of the venue’s beautiful rooms, with guests sitting on transparent chairs to watch the romantic moment.

Later, the party sat at a long table next to one of the museum’s exposed mountain walls.

Wowzers: Lillian also created a striking black lace undergarment for the tailored dress, which perfectly embraced her curves

Wowzers: Lillian also created a striking black lace undergarment for the tailored dress, which perfectly embraced her curves

Beauty: The eye-catching bride wore her blonde curls up and opted for a matte makeup palette

Beauty: The eye-catching bride wore her blonde curls up and opted for a matte makeup palette

Wowzers: Lillian also created a striking black lace undergarment for the tailored dress, which perfectly embraced her curves

Lillian and her guests put some moves on the dance floor with a DJ playing club hits before the party.

Playfully the fact that it was in a gallery, the pair welcomed guests with a cheeky sign that read, ‘F ** k art, let’s party.’

A number of friends of the couple were there to celebrate, including Googlebox hunk Jad Nehmetallah.

MONA is the largest privately funded museum in the Southern Hemisphere and is located outside the city outskirts in Hobart.

Part of the museum is built underground and into the side of the cliffs around the Berriedale peninsula.

Lillian is one of Australia’s hottest young bridal wear designers with a focus on elegance and craftsmanship.

When Lillian spoke to Bed Threads about her career in June last year, she called herself a ‘natural creative’ in the studio.

Queen of Style: Lillian is one of Australia's hottest young bridal wear designers with a focus on elegance and craftsmanship

Queen of Style: Lillian is one of Australia's hottest young bridal wear designers with a focus on elegance and craftsmanship

Queen of Style: Lillian is one of Australia’s hottest young bridal wear designers with a focus on elegance and craftsmanship

“I am a natural creative, which is why my designs allow me to express my mood and thoughts,” she told the publication.

‘I consciously work around my values ​​and ethics when it comes to the process, how [the garments are] detected and connecting to the wearer.

“The LK woman is intelligent and sophisticated, so I enjoy meeting her needs.”

Creative: In a conversation with Bed Threads about her career last June, Lillian called herself a 'natural creative' in the studio

Creative: In a conversation with Bed Threads about her career last June, Lillian called herself a 'natural creative' in the studio

Creative: In a conversation with Bed Threads about her career last June, Lillian called herself a ‘natural creative’ in the studio

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