Iggy Azalea's wedding dress is going to be Fancy! The Australian rapper has given fans a sneak peek of her luxury gown that will be designed by none other than Giorgio Armani.
The singer, who got engaged to basketball star Nick Young last year, has begun the process of creating her dream dress. Judging from her Instagram photo, Iggy has been in talks with the Italian label and has chosen the colour and type of material she would like to wear.
Sharing a photo of swathes of fabric and an exquisite wedding dress sketch, Iggy dropped a few clues about her bridal look.
Iggy Azalea has said she wants a "traditional style wedding"
The 25-year-old has previously said that she wants to be a traditional bride. "Hmmmm I'm def wearing white or ivory," she tweeted shortly after her engagement. "I do want a pretty traditional style wedding."
During an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Iggy also revealed that her close friend and fellow artist Demi Lovato will be playing a starring role.
"I'm going to have four bridesmaids," she said. "Literally everyone I'm friends with. Demi Lovato is going to be my bridesmaid. She better sing at my wedding!"
Fans have already seen the rapper in a wedding gown, when she played dress-up with James Corden
Demi was at the party where Nick popped the question and wrote on Instagram that she "couldn't be happier" for her friend after she confirmed her engagement.
When popular talk show host James asked if he could officiate, Iggy joked: "Absolutely!"
Nick Young and his bride Iggy announced their engagement in June
Although she promised not to become a bridezilla, Iggy hired a wedding planner almost immediately after getting engaged – and it sounds like the Black Widow hitmaker has a clear vision in mind.
Her fiancé Nick recently told Billboard that the wedding planning has been a "nightmare".
"I think we should go to the courthouse," joked the 30-year-old. "It's tough, it takes a lot of time and compromising and arguing but eventually the women always win. I think [wedding days] should just be women's day."