Sunday, May 01, 2011

***Kate Middleton's wedding dress***

Here it is, the Royal gown of Kate Middleton simple yet very classic and elegant. It also suits her personality and style. 

According to an article, the reason the palace did not announce the designer's name was to protect Cranston and her family from media scrutiny for as long as possible, and to allow her the freedom to create the wedding gown of Catherine's dreams without additional pressures and distractions. It's stressful enough to make an unforgettable gown that will be seen by billions around the world and which will be immortalized in royal and fashion history.

34-year-old Cranston is young but certainly not short on talent.
Cranston won the Designer of the Year Award at London's Graduate Fashion Week in 1999 and then went on to hone her design skills under the tutelage of Alexander McQueen before going into business with Alice Temperley to create the Temperley label in 2000. A couple of years later, Cranston left for Andalusia, Spain to pursue her interest in flamenco and her time at Costa La Luz inspired her to create her own label Libélula, which means dragonfly in Spanish. The line is known for its feminine, figure-flattering silhouettes, luxurious fabrics, and vibrant use of colors and prints. There is also a small ready-to-wear and bespoke bridal collection, according to her website. 
Even the Princess Diana's wedding dress designer praises Kate Middleton wedding dress.
According to an article at
The designer of the wedding dress worn by Princess Diana when she married the Prince of Wales predicted Kate's would be copied for years to come.
Elizabeth Emanuel said the simplicity of the Sarah Burton creation would flatter a range of women's figures and would prove a popular choice among those wishing to emulate Kate's elegance.
"I think the thing about that dress is it's very wearable and that style would fit so many different shapes, I'm sure it's going to be a very coveted look and there will be copies of it from tomorrow onwards," she said.

Speaking outside Buckingham Palace, she gave her thumbs up to the design, praising its beauty and marvelling at the craftsmanship involved in the making of it.
"It was very simple, very classic," she said. "I loved the details on it, the lace in particular because I've always admired lace.
"A huge amount of work will have gone into it."
She also admired the lack of "clutter" around the side, adding: "I think it's going to set new trends."
The dress Diana wore when she walked down the aisle in 1981 broke with tradition, she said, whereas Kate had brought a traditional element to her wedding with her choice of attire.
"The whole thing worked very well," she added. "It was a very regal dress and, I thought, perfect because she looked like Kate. It was the Kate everyone loved, looking beautiful and elegant."

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