Wedding bells rang on Thursday for billionaire real estate magnate Harry Macklowe and French businesswoman Patricia Landeau, who tied the knot at Brooklyn’s Weylin inside the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank.
Though Landeau, who is in her early 60s, skipped the traditional white wedding gown, she didn’t skimp on her outfit for the nuptials. The bride wore a pink and orange tweed Chanel dress from the luxury label’s resort 2019 collection that retails for $8,150, along with a matching pink scarf and statement earrings.
She also carried a custom Edie Parker clutch ($1,895) monogrammed with “HMP,” the newlyweds’ initials.
Landeau topped things off with a calf-length fur coat; according to Marc Kaufman of Marc Kaufman Furs, prices for Russian sable outerwear like hers can exceed $100,000, depending on the place of purchase.
Macklowe — whose long and messy divorce from Linda, his wife of 58 years, was recently finalized — wore Brioni for the occasion, and selected a pink tie and socks that matched Landeau’s ensemble.
As Page Six previously reported, Macklowe surprised his new wife with an interesting wedding present ahead of their ceremony: a gigantic portrait of the couple spanning 42 feet by 24 feet, which he had plastered across the northwest corner of 432 Park Ave., his landmark residential tower.