Sunday 29 March 2020

Cheltenham Superdry co-founder marries designer in the Cotswolds

Superdry co-founder, Julian Dunkerton, has married designer, Jade Holland Cooper, in a ceremony in the heart of the Cotswolds.

Tying the knot in the Cotswolds, Julian Dunkerton and Jade Holland-Cooper celebrated their marriage on Saturday 11 August 2018.

The Superdry co-founder and owner of the Lucky Onion Group, Julian Dunkerton, 53, married lifestyle fashion designer, Jade Holland-Cooper,31, with guests including Craig David and Idris Elba.

Wearing a lavish lace gown with an incredibly long train, Jade revealed it was the ‘dress of her dreams’.

Catering for the wedding was supplied by The Lucky Onion Group and the newlyweds are now celebrating on their honeymoon.

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Friday 17 August 2018

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