George Clooney’s soon-to-be wife is reportedly planning to walk down the aisle wearing a gown designed by legendary Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta.
Amal Alamuddin, the stunning human rights lawyer who managed to tie down Hollywood’s hottest bachelor, is reportedly good friends with the designer and wanted “to give him some attention,” according to the New York Post.
De la Renta’s bridal dresses are a popular choice for celebrities. He also designed a wedding dress for Katherine Heigl and Jenna Bush.
Clooney is expected to wear Armani and, according to WWD, had an entire team of designers fly to his Italy home for a fitting.
The bride has not confirmed what designer she will wear for the nuptials, and many publications are reporting she has not decided on one.
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The actor, 53, and Alamuddin, 36, are expected to tie the knot Sept. 20 in an island near Venice, Italy. He allegedly secured the “entire island” for the intimate affair, WWD reported.
“They’re going to have top security, but include a really small group. Very intimate, and mostly family,” a source told the Post.
Clooney, a serial bachelor who always made headlines for dating women known more for their beauty than their brains, has long said he would not remarry after his 1993 divorce, and called himself “a lousy husband.” Clooney was married to actress Talia Balsam from 1989 to 1993.
But he seemed to have changed his mind after getting cozy with the intellectual brunette.
The future bride has advised United Nations former secretary general Kofi Annan on Syria, represented Ukraine's ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko in challenging her detention before the European Court of Human Rights, and represented WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in extradition proceedings.