Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh and husband Jean Todt continue their marital bliss hosting more wedding receptions for family and friends.
This time around, it was the Malaysian star's unique wedding dress that captured the attention of netizens.
The Oscar winner posted several photos on her Instagram on Wednesday and Thursday featuring an intimate wedding reception at Geneva.
At the reception, Yeoh wore an ivory corsetted bridal gown with a mini train. But what stood out was the corset with a face constructed on it, complete with eyes, a pair of lips and a nose with a septum piercing.
The surrealist wedding outfit was designed by French fashion house, Schiaparelli.
Yeoh made sure to thank Tod's (which owns Schiaparelli) CEO Diego Della Valle and Daniel Roseberry, the label's creative director, for the one-of-a-kind dress.
"Thank q my darling big brother Diego and Daniel for my stunning Schiaparelli Face of Happiness dress to say hello as Mr and Mrs Todt," the 60-year-old wrote.
Yeoh's fans went gaga over her fashion choice, flooding her Instagram comment section with praises.
"OMG the bodice," one wrote. "You are stunning dear Michelle! Bravo to talented @schiaparelli team..." another commented.
"The dress is fantastic!" wrote one fan. While another added: "Many years of happiness, as your dress depicts."
Yeoh married Todt on July 27 after 19 years of being engaged.
Todt, 77, first met the Ipoh-born actress in Shanghai, China on June 4, 2004. After dating for one-and-a-half months, Todt proposed to Yeoh on July 26, 2004.
According to Los Angeles Times, Yeoh said that she and Todt were supposed to be married last year but procuring the paperwork had been time-consuming as the former motor racing executive is a Swiss resident and the country has exacting requirements.