Lots of women love flipping through magazine pages to look at dream wedding dresses. Seeing the elegant classic Wedding Gown of former Victoria’s Secret Angel Miranda Kerr for her altar date with Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel is especially fascinating.

The 34-year-old supermodel shared snaps of herself wearing the long-sleeved wedding gown inspired by Hollywood legend Grace Kelly on her Instagram account. In one day, the post has garnered over 720,000 likes on Instagram.

While it is the first marriage for Spiegel, Kerr has been down that road before.

The famous supermodel disclosed that she is open to the possibility of having another child with the Snapchat CEO.

Rise of a supermodel

Kerr glided into the modeling world during her teenage years. She eventually became the first Australian model to land a contract with Victoria’s Secret in 2007. The Sydney-born supermodel made headlines when she entered into a relationship with actor Orlando Bloom sometime in 2007. The relationship blossomed and led to marriage and a child, Flynn Christopher Bloom. The couple separated, though, two years after.

Kerr found herself linked to Australian billionaire James Packer. At that time, they had both just split from their significant others. Both also hailed from the same Australian town.

Miranda Kerr’s romantic entanglements gave many people the notion that she does not waste time.

Those in her circle of friends would say that Miranda Kerr simply likes to do things she wants to do. She loves meditating/praying and doing yoga, for instance. The go-getting lady has expressed in interviews how she adopts a grateful mindset.

Alluring is one of the best ways to describe Miranda Kerr. Way before she posted on social media her wedding dress, she has been one of the most viewed celebrities online. Her recent Instagram post clad in a floral full-length backless gown in a Tokyo hotel generated over four million views.

The designer behind the dream gown

Credit for the dream wedding dress made just for the supermodel, and recent bride goes to Maria Grazia Chiuri, who just took on the challenging role as Dior’s new creative director. The designer is noted for making a fashion phenomenon while with Valentino.

“Femininity isn’t something that finished in the Fifties; it can be more contemporary. My reference is a modern woman, and my role has to be to understand women of the future,” she once stated in a particular magazine interview. Her wedding dress creation for Miranda Kerr certainly embodied that.