Miranda Kerr in Dior When Kerr married Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel in 2017, she wore this divine sleeved gown, designed bespoke by Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri. The supermodel later revealed that it was inspired by Grace Kelly's wedding dress, from her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco.
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Princess Eugenie in Zac Posen Though Princess Eugenie wore Peter Pilotto for her October 2018 wedding at Windsor Castle, her post-wedding party involved this divine peach-coloured gown by American designer Zac Posen. Like Miranda Kerr, Eugenie's gown was also based on a style once worn by Grace Kelly, with the princess revealing: "I wanted something reminiscent of Grace Kelly in [the Alfred Hitchcock film] To Catch a Thief, so I showed that for reference."
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Ellie Goulding in Chloé Goulding married contemporary art dealer Caspar Jopling in September 2019, and wore a Chloé gown by the brand's creative director, Natacha Ramsay-Levi. Fashion enthusiasts were quick to notice that the gown almost identically resembled Audrey Hepburn's Balmain wedding dress, from her 1954 wedding to actor Mel Ferrer.
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Charlotte Casiraghi in Giambattista Valli Couture Unlike many brides, Charlotte Casiraghi actually has Old Hollywood lineage (her grandmother is none other than Grace Kelly). Though the Monégasque princess's gown from her 2019 wedding was actually modelled off the wedding dress of her mother, Princess Caroline, it had a distinctly Old Hollywood feel.
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Kate Moss in John Galliano Moss's gown, designed by her close friend John Galliano, was strikingly simple, and hearkened back to an even older era of Old Hollywood style. The supermodel's look resembled the flapper dress aesthetic of the '20s and '30s, which was made more contemporary by the low neckline and Moss's free-flowing waves.
Nicky Hilton Rothschild in Valentino When Hilton wed financier James Rothschild, of the famous Rothschild family, she was also inspired by Grace Kelly. Discussing her Valentino gown from her 2015 nuptials, the socialite said: "I love Grace Kelly. She can do no wrong."
Pippa Middleton in Giles Deacon Pippa Middleton's highly-anticipated wedding gown was less conservative than her sister, Kate Middleton's dress—but the high neck, understated diamond headpiece, and long veil gave the impression that Middleton was channeling the vibe of an old-school bride.