Miranda Kerr unveils her copyable couture wedding dress

Back in May, Miranda Kerr married Snapchat supremo Evan Spiegel in the most intimate of ceremonies. 45 guests! How private and sweet.

But why would one wear a couture gown to an intimate affair? Especially when you're Miranda Kerr and can wear the sh!t out of anything.

Turns out Miranda has done the supermodel version of an exclusive wedding photo reveal with Hello magazine, by giving Vogue the inside scoop on her couture wedding gown. Because when your intimate, private wedding is featured in Vogue, you can't wear a dress from Topshop's bridal collection.

By her own admission, Miranda's dress was inspired by Grace Kelly's iconic bridal gown, one of the most copied designs of all time (well, since 1956, the year she got married to Prince Rainier III). The designer was Helen Rose, a costume designer with MGM, FYI, but Miranda's was conjured up by Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri.

Thank you Maria Grazia Chiuri and @dior for creating my dream wedding dress ✨❤️???

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She told Vogue, "I think it’s every girl’s dream to have Dior design her wedding dress." Speaking of the demure style, she said, "A dress that fully covers you creates a sense of purity and mystery." Quite.

Even if it's not that original, it's a beautiful dress and a truly 2017 version of Grace's gown. Long sleeves and modest cuts are popular trends in bridal design right now, and we predict that this pic will be pinned to many the engaged woman's wedding board.


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