An inside look at the Austrailian supermodel's custom Dior wedding gown.
This May, Miranda Kerr married Evan Spiegel in the backyard of their Brentwood, California, home—but not before her wedding dress fitting with Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiuri was captured exclusively for Vogue. Here, the model reveals the inspiration behind her one-of-a-kind gown and a glimpse at how her fairy-tale fashion moment came together.
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It wasn’t long after the couple got engaged in July of last year that Kerr began to dream of dresses, her imagination never straying far from the iconic gown worn by Grace Kelly at her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco, designed by the Hollywood wardrobe Maestra Helen Rose and spun out of antique Belgian lace, silk, taffeta, and tulle by some 35 seamstresses in the MGM studios. Another thing happened last July: Maria Grazia Chiuri became the artistic director of Dior (and the first woman to lead the house in its 69-year history). Though the Australian model had never met Chiuri, here was the chance to live out a fantasy. “I think it’s every girl’s dream to have Dior design her wedding dress,” Kerr says. “I thought, If she’s up for it, I’m up for it.”
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