Recently, two DJ/fitness experts with successful Instagram accounts were married in a four-day Marrakech, Morocco extravaganza. Many outfits were worn, many photographs were taken, and I’ve been thinking about it so hard that my jaw is stuck in a clench and I keep trying to open it and it pops very loudly. Let’s dive in.
Hannah Bronfman: DJ, fitness enthusiast, woman, Seagram heiress, fitness entrepreneur, “it girl,” influencer, fitness expert, model, lifestyle blogger, majored in sculpture at Bard, minimalist homeowner, appeared briefly on Tinsley Mortimer’s terrible 2010 reality show High Society, American, age 29, 370k Instagram followers.
“Guys, I don’t think I need to tell you how incredible May has been to me and I can’t believe it’s already June. As I reflect on the amazing memories that were made over my wedding and honeymoon I am also ready to get back to the grind and hit the ground running this month,” says hbfit.com.
Brendan Fallis: DJ, fitness enthusiast, model, international DJ, entrepreneur, Theophilus London’s manager, minimalist homeowner, open-format DJ, Canadian, influencer, age 37, 76.2k Instagram followers.
“Fallis gained worldwide attention from both the music and fashion industries for his production abilities when he created a track, ‘Day and All Night,’ using Kate Moss’ vocals for Stuart Weitzman’s Fall 2013 campaign,” says brendanfallis.com.
They were introduced at a nightclub pop-up called “Le Baron.” Via ManRepeller:
BF: But we had been sitting in the back of the club, in a weird corner, and there was no one left in the club, and then Hannah realized she lost her cell phone. She panicked so we went out to the cab, and then I realized I lost my cell phone. I was like, hold on here, I’m gonna go back in and find it.
LM: What time was this?
HB & BF: 4:30
LM: People are always trying to convince themselves to leave a party because they think nothing good can happen after 2 AM but I guess that’s not the case.
HB: So he was like, “You wait here. I’m gonna go back to the club.”
BF: I remember the door being open and her sitting there being like, “Yeah, no problem.” I was like, “Sweet, she’s gonna wait.” I’m banging on the door because they’re closed, and a busboy answers. I go in and shake down every couch in the place and start yelling, “You have my iPhone. C’mon. Someone has it. I’m the last guy here.”
HB: So I obviously left. I was like, “Who is this guy?” And in my head what happened next was I went home, I told my girlfriends I met this really cool guy — and then I saw him the next night.
Yes, she did. A Missoni turban was involved in “the perfect pool look for me to greet my guests in”; later, she wore a custom Cucculelli Shaheen emblazoned with “secret symbols, the constellations of our two astrological signs colliding together, our initials, and the date of our wedding night embroidered into it,” a customized lace robe for the after-wedding brunch, a Naeem Khan cape that was “an homage to my mother, who wore feathers to her reception,” and a wedding gown by Vera Wang.
A little overheated? Warm-ish, I don’t have a fever, but I do feel warm and my legs are itching.