Miranda Kerr's Wedding Dress: Inspired By Grace Kelly's Iconic Dior Haute Couture Gown
Nearly two months from their fairy tale like backyard wedding, Miranda Kerr finally revealed the breathtaking wedding gown inspired by Grace Kelly’s iconic Dior haute couture gown she wore as she tied the knot with Snapchat CEO, Evan Spiegel.
Though the Australian model had never met Chiuri, the new Dior designer, here was the chance to live out a fantasy. “I think it’s every girl’s dream to have Dior design her wedding dress. I thought, if she’s up for it, I’m up for it,” Kerr said.
Miranda enlisted the help of Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri
The amazing dress that Grace Kelly wore for her wedding in 1956 to Prince Rainer III of Monaco- a long sleeve, lace piece made by Helen Rose- still serves as the inspiration for many brides around the world. And the Victoria Secret Angel was one of the many brides who looked for the actress and royal for her big day.
The couple got engaged in July of last year and it was since then when Kerr started dreaming about her wedding dresses. They tied the knot in late May in a family-centered ceremony in the garden of their $16 million Brentwood Mansion.
The model’s wedding dress was inspired by vintage icons
In the photos published in this month’s Vogue, the supermodel looked flawless and regal as he channeled the custom-made Dior dress and pearl-encrusted headpiece.
Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel married in May
According to the magazine, Kerr’s mother and grandmother cried out of happiness when they first saw the dress on her.