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April 29, 2011



Princess Mary of Teck married George, the Duke of York ( they later became Queen Mary and King George V) in 1893, wearing a gown by Linton and Curtis

Queen Elizabeth, the queen mother on her wedding day in 1923 to King George VI, wearing a dress crafted by Madame Handley Seymour

On May 6th,1960, England's Princess Margaret married Anthony Armstrong-Jones in Westminster Abbey, in the first ever televised royal wedding service, she wore a simple but stunning gown designed by Norman Hartnell

Back 1947, Queen Elizabeth II's wedding , she wore a silk and embroidered gown with crystals and 10,000 seed pearls, with a 13 feet train gown, design by Norman Hartnell

Diana, Princess of Wales married the Prince pf Wales in a cream silk taffeta gown with bows, lace, and pearl detailing, with a 25ft train, which was designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel

And today in year 2011, Princess Kate wore beautiful Wedding dress by Alexander Mcqueen,

The main body of the dress was made in ivory and white satin gazar, using UK fabrics which had been specially sourced by Sarah Burton, with a long, full skirt designed to echo an opening flower, with soft pleats which unfolded to the floor, forming a Victorian-style semi-bustle at the back, and finishing in a short train measuring just under three metres.


"She is very elegant. The dress is classic and goes very well in the Westminster decor. It almost reminds me of (Queen) Elizabeth's wedding, the royal weddings in the Fifties. The proportion of the train is good. The lace is very pretty. I like the veil a lot." Karl Lagerfeld .

"I like the dress very much, simpler than expected: a combination just in between 1956 Grace Kelly and 1947 Queen Elizabeth dress. I love the modest veil with the Queen Mother's Thirties scroll tiara and balanced volume of the whole gown. She's radiant; she never was so beautiful."Christian Lacroix

"The veil is a little flat, but because she has such a lovely face, she can afford to wear it this way. She is very pretty."Hubert de Givenchy .

"Very much in a royal tradition, reminiscent of Queen Elizabeth's - and a little bit Grace Kelly. She looks happy, radiant and natural." Peter Copping of Nina Ricci .

"McQueen was a brilliant choice. The choice of the label and the style of the dress was a very clever mix between edgy fashion and tradition - all in a very British way. You could see references to Grace Kelly or Queen Elizabeth's dresses, but in a simpler, more modern way. I loved her hair down. It looked perfectly natural and noble. Truly royal." Antonio Marras of Kenzo .

"Kate's dress is a classic, very elegant and pure…. It reminds me of Princess Grace's wedding dress in a modern version with deeper cleavage, the draping at the back in reference to McQueen." Couturier Alexis Mabille , who has dressed Keira Knightley in the past.

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By Jason Wu

By Karl Lagerfeld

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By Nina Ricci

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By Vera Wang

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