We’ve finally got details on Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, and the gown sounds like it’s fit for a princess. According to The Daily Mail, an untried and unknown designer has been used to create the frock: Kate Middleton.
Reports say that the princess-to-be designed the gown herself, using inspiration from Renaissance fashions. According to rumor, the gown is made with satin and lace in ivory with peal detail and a 10-foot train.
Sophie Cranston, creator of the Libelula clothing line, is making the dress. Cranston is relatively unknown, though she won 1999’s Designer of the Year award at London’s Graduate Fashion Week.
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