Whitney Port Wedding: Former 'City' Star Designing Her Own Gowns 'With Another Designer' [VIDEO]

12:06 PM EDT 9/20/2014 by Jamie Dinar, Celebeat Reporter

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Whitney Port is getting married in style.

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The former reality star is getting hitched to fiancé Tim Rosenman, and is in the process of designing dresses for the affair.

"I am designing [the gown] with another designer," she spilled to Life and Style on Sept. 20, although she did not share the wedding date or divulge into too many details.

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Port has been busy the past few weeks. Not only did she sit first row in a handful of New York Fashion Week shows, she also recently launched the new Fall 2014 collection for her clothing line, Whitney Eve.

Port and Rosenman met on the set of her short-lived Hills spin-off, The City, which aired from 2008 to 2010, and became engaged in November while she was working in Australia.

"He got down on one knee in her hotel room with a stunning oval-shaped diamond ring. She was so surprised. He planned to do it outside, but the weather was bad, so he did it right in the hotel room. She's very happy," the source said.

Through all the chaos that is fashion week and, for Port, wedding season, she admitted to E! News that she did not have time to attend pal Lauren Conrad's Sept. 3 wedding to William Tell.

"I emailed Lauren this weekend, I wasn't able to go to the wedding unfortunately," she told E! News, according to Life and Style. "I really wanted to go, but I couldn't and I'm so, so thrilled and happy for her."

Even though she didn't attend the wedding, it looks like Port took a cue from fashionista Conrad, who also designed her own wedding gowns.

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