Kates Dress


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Since the news that Kate Middleton was to marry Prince William 'Kate's dress' has become the phrase on everyone's lips. Who will design Kate's dress? Did you see Kate's engagement dress?

Kate has become an overnight fashion sensation, her beauty has already entranced a Prince and Kates elegant style has captivated the world wide public. The Issa dress she wore to announce the engagement reportedly sold out in less than 24 hours and the replica that Tesco released sold out in just one hour!

Kates Dress has been launched to chart the rise of our newest style icon. You can find all the latest news, gossip and pictures in one place. Log on for daily updates on all things 'Kate' including how to 'get the look'.

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Kate Middleton's Reiss dress is instant sellout - The Duchess of Cambridge sparked a fashion frenzy yesterday, when she chose a £175 Reiss dress to meet Michelle and Barack Obama at Buckingham Palace. Within minutes the chic Shola taupe creation sold out on the brand’s website, with fashion fans crashing the online store, all clamoring to get their hands on the high street item... Source:
Kate's dress made by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen - The world waited with baited breath as a role call of royal fashion rolled into Westminster abbey. Chelsy Davy in Alberta Ferretti, Carole Middleton in Catherine Walker, Camilla Parker Bowles in Anna Valentine, Samantha Cameron in Burberry. Her Majesty the Queen wore lemon yellow, while the royal fellers turned out in full military regalia. But the dress everyone was waiting for was Kate Middleton's - an antique lace, Forties line confection with a deep v-neckline and corseted bodice, made by Sarah Burton, the long-time assistant to British fashion's enfant terrible Alexander McQueen... Source:
Elizabeth Emanuel on Kate Middleton's dress: "It's not going to look anything like Diana's" - Piers Morgan sits down with designer Elizabeth Emanuel tonight to talk Kate Middleton, Princess Diana and dresses. Emanuel designed Princess Diana's dress for her 1981 nuptials to Prince Charles. What was Diana like during the planning process? "She never seemed to be under pressure," Emanuel says. "She was always very relaxed and I was the one who was getting stressed out." Emanuel is confident Kate's dress will look nothing like Diana's. Today's style is "a lot more paired down now," she says. She describes Kate's look as "very classic, quite plain actually." Emanuel does think we'll see something unexpected. "I'm sure there is going to be some kind of a twist."... Source
Theyskens (almost) Spills on Kate Designer - Olivier Theyskens knows who is designing Kate Middleton’s dress and can’t believe you don’t either... The Theory designer almost let the cat out of the bag when asked by US site Styleite who the nimbled fingered seamperson was. The transcript reads as follows; Styleite: “Who do you want to design Kate’s wedding dress?” He started to say something and then paused... Source:
Royal wedding: Prince William to be the last person to see Kate's dress - It's set to be a grand occasion, attended by royals and celebrities alike and watched by over two billion people across the globe. But Kate Middleton is keen to ensure that her walk down the aisle towards her future husband is as romantic and personal as at any ordinary wedding. And although the world will have already seen her much talked about dress, arrangements have been made to make that, in line with tradition, Prince William does not get a glimpse of his bride before the special moment... Source:
Kate's dress: What we've all been waiting for - LONDON — Two billion viewers, 1,900 guests, four bridesmaids and two cakes -- but when Prince William and Kate Middleton marry on April 29, there can only be one dress. All eyes will be on Kate's wedding gown as she walks down the aisle at Westminster Abbey, as a symbol of her personality, her style and crucially, what kind of queen she may one day become."Her dress is not simply her wedding dress but a big flag, symbolising her taste, her commitment (or otherwise) to fashion, her attitude to money at a time when the country is in economic doldrums," said Alexandra Shulman, the editor of the British edition of Vogue, in a recent article... Source:
Kate Middleton Spotted Shopping – for Honeymoon Gear? – in London - Though the world may be focused on Kate Middleton's wedding dress, the princess-to-be has some other wardrobe worries – like what to wear on the honeymoon! The blushing bride, who's just nine days away from her wedding, was spotted out in London Tuesday, picking up nearly $350 worth of summery items from British retailer Warehouse on King's Road... Source:
HUGE Breaking news: Sophie Cranston to design Kate’s dress - Over the past few hours it has been reported that Sophie Cranston of Libelula is the designer who has been chosen to design Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. Going against the fashion industry's reports that Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton had won the commission, Yvonne Yorke of the Huffington Post broke the story online saying that there was an ‘indication that the designer's identity might soon be revealed’, and that the palace had kept the designer’s name secret to ‘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’.. Source:
Royal wedding: Jasper Conran mentioned in connection with Kate's dress decoy plan - She's determined that nothing will spoil her chance to surprise Prince William with her wedding dress choice on her big day. And if rumours circulating in the fashion world are to be believed, Kate Middleton has ordered three wedding dresses to make sure no one can guess what she will wear on April 29...Source:
Kate Middleton's blouse inspires a fashion U-turn -Kate Middleton's blouse has been reissued by Whistles despite the firm's chief executive previously claiming that her endorsement made no difference to sales.Last month, Jane Shepherdson, the boss of the fashion retailer Whistles, was reluctant to embrace Kate Middleton as a fashion icon even after Prince William’s fiancée wore one of their blouses in her official engagement photograph... Source:
Doing a bit of forward planning, Kate? Princess-in-waiting eyes up baby clothes -With just weeks to go until the biggest day of her life, you’d think Kate Middleton would be rushed off her feet. But it seems the bride-to-be is already looking beyond the Royal Wedding – and was spotted yesterday shopping for baby clothes. The princess-in-waiting was at the fashionable Mamas & Papas children’s store on the King’s Road in Chelsea... Source:
Here comes the bride’s mother-in-law… will Kate always live in the shadow of style queen Diana? -It’s not often that a bride is eclipsed by her mother-in-law. But when that mother-in-law is Princess Diana, it’s another matter. And today, as Kate Middleton counts down the hours to her impending nuptials, she may not entirely welcome the news that Diana’s magnificent silk taffeta gown has topped a list of wedding dresses worn by royal and celebrity brides... Source:
Kate Middleton's wedding dress: the truth isn't out there, yet - Speculation is rife about the design of the royal wedding dress, and for Kate Moss's 'big day' too, but it's all idle rumour. There has been a lot of coverage of which designers Kate Moss and Kate Middleton have chosen to design their wedding dresses. But is any of this speculation reliable?... Source:
Get the look: Iconic Kate Middleton frocks-WITH the Royal Wedding looming, the lovely Kate Middleton is fast becoming Britain’s latest style crush. Get Kate Middleton’s looks from pretty and polished to party-perfect... Source:
Royal wedding: Gifts give way to charity - Why have Prince William and Kate Middleton shunned the traditional wedding gift list? In a time of financial austerity, it makes sense not to appear extravagant. But their decision to ask for donations to small charities hints at how royal links with good causes have changed, says BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt... Source:
Sold for a snip at £78,000: Kate Middleton's see-through dress that 'caught a prince's eye, and then his heart' - The see-through dress that apparently first attracted Prince William to Kate Middleton was sold for an astonishing £78,000 this afternoon, as those hoping to bag their own Prince Charming - or just wanting a piece of fashion history - bid frantically for the slip at an auction in central London... Source:
Kates dress set to go under hammer - The iconic see-through dress which helped Prince William fall for his fiancee Kate Middleton is going under the hammer today. The knitted dress modelled by Kate at a fashion show while she was a student at the University of St Andrews is expected to fetch a whopping £10,000... Source:
The Kate effect: - Burberry benefits from Middleton's style, selling out of her trenchcoat within a day. Burberry bosses must have done a little jig for joy when Kate Middleton wore one of their latest coats... The future princess' wardrobe choices have had a well-documented positive effect on sales of whatever she wears - and cheaper imitations - and her £650 Burberry trenchcoat was no exception. Sales of the trend-setter's sleek, double-breasted beige wool model with a frilled, flared hem sold out online in sizes four, six, eight and 10 within a day of Kate stepping out in the coat... Source:
Who will design Kates dress? - With speculation rife over kates wedding dress, who will get fashion’s most sought after commission? The ongoing hype surrounding the royal wedding has ratcheted up a notch with increased speculation about the identity of the designer of Kate Middleton's dress. With the marriage just weeks away Clarence House are yet to reveal who will get fashion's most sought after commission...
Excitement builds over Kates dress 'scoop' - Rumours that Alexander McQueen's successor, Sarah Burton, is designing Kate Middleton's wedding dress have sent Britain into a frenzy of excitement - even if everyone involved denies them.Fashion magazine Grazia suggested Burton would be a "brave fashion choice", saying in a tweet: "If news true, so happy for Sarah Burton designing Kates dress. Brave fashion choice. Brilliantly talented designer. Excited."... Source:
Kates transparent dress sparks global interest at aution - The transparent dress which helped Kate Middleton catch Prince William's eye is drawing in potential buyers from across the globe ahead of its sale on Thursday.The see-through knitted lace dress was originally estimated to fetch £8,000-10,000 when it goes under the hammer on Thursday, but is likely to sell for far higher after generating intense interest from buyers around the world... Source:
Bruce Oldfield talks Kates dress - Bruce Oldfield talks about his predictions for what Kate Middleton will wear walking down the aisle. Chances are that we won't know for sure who is responsible for the wedding dress of the year until Kate Middleton makes her way down the aisle, but, as we're sure you already know, Bruce Oldfield is regarded as one of the frontrunners... Source:
Kate's dress: McQueen vs Oldfield - Speculation continues about who Kate Middleton has chosen to design her wedding dress. It was reported she had picked Sarah Burton, creative director of Alexander McQueen, to make her gown... However, bosses at the label have denied the 36-year-old designer will be involved. Bruce Oldfield still remains a likely choice after both Kate's mum and sister were spotted at his boutique... Source:
McQueen protege to design royal wedding dress - Kate Middleton's wedding dress for her marriage to Prince William will be designed by Sarah Burton of the Alexander McQueen fashion house, the Sunday Times claims... Source:
Kate Middleton joins Prince William on Royal visits - Kate Middleton looks chic in a red dress, black coat and knee-high boots... Source:
Prince William and lady in red Kate Middleton return to St Andrews - She chose red for her debut at a royal engagement five years ago as Prince William graduated from Sandhurst.Today Kate Middleton again chose a vibrant red as she returned to the university where she fell in love with her prince almost a decade ago... Source:
London fashion buzzing over Kate's dress designer‎ - It was on everyone's lips at London Fashion Week: Who will make the dress that transports Kate Middleton from regular gal to real-life royalty?... Source:
'I'm not making Kate's dress,' says Vivienne at royal themed presentation - Vivienne Westwood quashed speculation that Kate Middleton has turned to her for a bridal gown."She's definitely not going to get it from me, or I would have heard,"  said the designer. The grande dame of British fashion even suggested her creations might be too fashion-forward for Kate, who is known for her classic tastes... Source:
Princess Bride: Kate's dress will define an era - Her wedding dress will be the symbol of her transformation from commoner to princess, from Kate to Catherine, and define her image to billions of people as they watch her exchange vows with Prince William next spring...Source:
Royal wedding: Can Kate Middleton's dress stay under wraps? - With 100 days to go until the royal wedding, Fleet Street is straining to reveal whatever it can about Kate Middleton's dress. How can Buckingham Palace possibly keep the garment hidden until her big day?... Source:
Tesco replica of Kate Middleton’s ‘engagement dress’ sells out in an hour - This afternoon launched a copy of the blue dress which Kate Middleton wore to announce her engagement to Prince William and one hour later, there was no stock left... Source:
Kates dress sells out in 24 hours - The Issa London dress Kate Middleton wore at the announcement of her engagement to Prince William has sold out in less than 24 hours. Harvey Nichols last night confirmed that the sapphire wrap dress, priced at £385, is now out of stock... Source:
How I'd dress Kate, by the designer of Diana's gown: No frills and flounces this time - I'd keep it elegant and simple - I imagine Kate will steer well clear of a big, bouffant dress. Diana’s was all frill and flounce, and while it was ­absolutely perfect for the Eighties, it wouldn’t be suitable now. Back then, it was all about wild romance, and every bride’s dream was to wear something frothy... Source: