Swarovski heiress and Austrian pop star Victoria Swarovski is the newest addition to Filipino designer Michael Cinco’s A-list brides.

Victoria wedded real-estate tycoon Werner Muerz in Trieste, Italy, on June 17, in a "crystallized couture MICHAEL CINCO wedding gown encrusted with full crystals, paillete and laser-cut flowers."

As the heiress to the crystal empire, Victoria’s gown was encrusted with 500,000 crystals from head to toe.

It weighed 46 kilograms and had a six-meter train.

The cost: $1.3 million or P65.4 million.

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Michael Cinco is a favorite among brides-to-be in the Middle East and parts of Europe.

The Dubai-based couturier is known to make gowns for real-life princesses in the Middle East.

Check out some of the wedding gowns he designed for Qatar royalty:

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Locally, Michael Cinco is best remembered for creating  Marian Rivera’s two-million-peso wedding gown.

The world-renowned designer made the Kapuso primetime queen's gown with “Solstiss French lace with French pailllette, minute Swarovski pearls, chalkwhite Swarovski crystals, and studded with full transparent Swarovski crystals.

“The flower motifs were made of laser-cut velvet and organza”

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This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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