On Monday evening, the model shared a series of photographs on Instagram from the day of the nuptials, which took place last month.
The black and white pictures gave her 22.4m followers a first glimpse at the custom gown that featured a bardot neckline and mermaid skirt.
The dress was covered in pearl-like embellishments and floral lace, which adorned everything from the full-length sleeves all the way down to the billowing train.
One of the most striking aspects of Hailey’s bridal ensemble was her elegant veil, which was adorned with the phrase: “Till death do us part.”
Thanking Abloh in an Instagram caption for his design, the 22-year-old said the fashion designer made her “vision come to life”.
“You and your [Off-White] team are incredible and I’m forever grateful I got to wear your beautiful creation,” she wrote.
Abloh shared a photograph of Hailey in the dress on Instagram, stating in the caption that he gave an immediate “yes” after being asked to design the gown.
“Love you guys since time, for time,” he added.
The Louis Vuitton menswear artistic director also posted a sketch of the dress’ design on the social media platform, revealing that it was created in Off-White’s design studio in Milan, Italy.
Several high-profile members of the fashion industry praised Abloh on his design.
“What a vow, what a veil!” commented fashion designer Marc Jacobs.
“Was perfect,” wrote celebrity stylist Karla Welch.
Justin, who wore a custom Celine tux for the wedding, also shared a couple of pictures with his new bride on Instagram.
“Even thugz get married [sic],” the singer captioned one of the photographs.
Hailey and Justin first married in a private ceremony last year, before celebrating their wedding for a second time in September in South Carolina.
The couple became engaged in July 2018, having first met as teenagers.
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