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Thursday 24 July 2014

Miley Cyrus hints at wedding dress designer

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus could wear Marchesa when she ties the knot with her fiancé Liam Hemsworth.

The actress-and-singer is engaged to The Hunger Games star Liam Hemsworth, but has so far remained tight-lipped about their impending nuptials.

Miley has been busy checking out new collections at New York Fashion Week, which finished yesterday, and it seems one particular label caught her attention.

“[Marchesa] is definitely one of our options,” she told People at the fashion house’s show on Wednesday. “[They're] amazing.”

The luxury red carpet line set up by Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig has been the choice for many celebrity weddings.

Blake Lively picked a Marchesa creation when she married Ryan Reynolds, while Nicole Richie also looked to the label for a huge white gown when she tied the knot with rocker Joel Madden.

Although Miley has her eye on the fashion house, it’s by no means a certainty.

“I have so many options of different people who want to be involved in it,” she explained.

“I’ll probably have 30 [dresses]!”

Regardless which designer the 20-year-old picks, it’s likely her dress will make a bold style statement.

The blonde star is known for her daring fashion choices, most recently stepping out in New York City in a striped monochrome maxi dress from ASOS.

The frock featured three-quarter length sleeves with cut-out detail around the shoulder and a mix of horizontal and vertical stripes.

The former Disney star paired the gown with gold Chanel hoop earrings and chunky heeled boots.

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