Kate Bosworth married Michael Polish last weekend in a minimalist Oscar de la Renta gown at a breathtaking ranch in Montana. But unlike many celeb brides who like to keep their gowns under wraps, Kate has given an insight into the process behind the dress.
In a series of videos for Vogue Weddings, Kate lets the world in on her dress fittings with the legendary designer and his head tailor, Raffaele Ilardo.
'Oscar is the most legendary designer, in my opinion, ever,' she says in the video. 'He has such a great mark on American elegance, and I'm such an admirer of his life and his work. There is no one else for me.'
In the video below, Bosworth tries on a muslin version of the design, which will eventually become an ivory radzimir satin strapless gown with an 8-ft. long, 16-ft. wide train.
'Because I love minimalism and I love a clean line so much, I knew that I didn't want any embellishments in the dress,' Bosworth explains, 'So I spoke to Oscar [and] he loved the idea about having the drama in the back. So I knew that was going to be perfect.'
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