If you love yourself a bit of Miranda Kerr, do we have news for you: her Dior wedding dress is going on display at the National Gallery Of Victoria later this month.
The insanely intricate custom gown – which was dreamt up by artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, who’s the first woman to lead the house in its 69-year history – is a last-min addition to the lineup of upcoming world-first exhibit The House of Dior: Seventy Years of Haute Couture.
Everyone’s fave Aussie model export was the picture of understated elegance when she got hitched to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel in front of just 45 family members and mates in the backyard of their Brentwood, California mansion in May.
Inspired by Grace Kelly, her dress featured a high neck, long sleeves and lily-of-the-valley embellishments that were painstakingly handsewn, because Dior.
“Honestly, I couldn’t have imagined a more beautiful wedding dress,” she told US Vogue after their lush honeymoon in Fiji.
Kerr topped off the look with a floral headpiece designed by the French couture house’s resident milliner Stephen Jones, who’s also restoring and creating more than 160 unique headpieces for the NGV exhibit.
If you missed the influx of pics she shared post-wedding, here are some highlights:
While Kerr’s more than happy to loan her dress to the NGV for the length of the exhibit – which runs from August 27 to November 7 – she won’t be accompanying it due to work commitments.
Supermodel presence or no, it’s tipped to break attendance records so you best really the troops and buy tix now.