Princess Bride

With all the photos of ravishing Kate Middleton and Prince Williams’ engagements being circulating everywhere, Fashion Designers are heating up their creativity to design the dream bridal gown for the princess-to-be. Below are suggestions of some fashion giants for the mesmerizing gown for the royal princess bride.

Designer Karl Lagerfeld suggests a Chanel take on ‘the Victorian wedding dress, with a twist, high boots and open in the front.

Alberta Ferretti sees the natural, radiant and self-confident attitude of today’s girls in Kate for that Ferretti thinks of an embroidered, fluid silhouette dress in precious fabrics that will help Kate to make an everlasting impression.

Designer Badgley Mischka want to see Kate going completely classy with sophisticated off-the-shoulder look, “We love this off-the-shoulder silhouette for her. Her beauty and grace will make any gown look magnificent.”

Designer Ralph Rucci imagines Kate in a white tulle veil to floor, satin bodice and cardinal hat, huge silk tulle gown with pinches, like ostrich pores, all embroidery in freshwater pearls and no glitter. A perfect illustration of timeless purity and eternal grace!

Designer Doo-Ri Chung designed a magnificent romantic gown for Kate, “I wanted Kate to look regal, but romantic, so I used chiffon and lace to evoke tradition, but gave her a romantic off-the-shoulder detail.”

Designer Frida Giannini of Gucci said, “I admire the balance Kate Middleton strikes between elegant and contemporary with her unmistakable style. For her, I had in mind clean lines, soft shapes and classic touches such as the boat neckline and distinctive train.”

Designer Lela Rose imagines Kate in a rpmantic yet sophisticated gown, “Kate tends to wear a very elegant and clean silhouette, so I think the lines of this dress would suit her style. The understated tiers play up her youthful and romantic appeal.”

Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli of Valentino designed an extremely romantic and blossoming dress for Kate because they imagined her as the new Botticellian Venus.

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