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Royal Wedding Dress of Kate Middleton to go on display this summer

Royal Wedding Dress of Kate Middleton to go on display this summer

LONDON — The Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress, designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, will go on display at Buckingham Palace this summer during the annual Summer Opening (23 July – 3 October 2011).  The Duchess chose British brand Alexander McQueen for the beauty of its craftsmanship and its respect for traditional workmanship and the technical construction of clothing.  Her Royal Highness worked closely with Sarah Burton in formulating the design of her dress.

Buckingham Palace will also feature the exhibition “Royal Fabergé,” which explores the British royal family’s extensive collection of Fabergé pieces amassed over six generations.


Left, the Katerine     Right, Princess Kate – flower girl dresses part of the Regal Collection by Pegeen

Princess Kate Royal Wedding Flower Girl Dresses Revealed

Pegeen® introduces the latest addition to the Regal Collection – our take on the flower girl dresses used in the royal wedding, the “Princess Kate”.

Flower Girl Dresses inspired by the Royal Wedding by

The dress has 5 pleats on the sash, made of duchess silk satin or shantung silk,  gorded skirt with a wide flair at the bottom and Engish Nottingham lace hem, darling Nottingham lace-trimmed sleeves trimmed with silk covered buttons covering 12 layers of tulle and underpinnings.  Pegeen calls this style simply, “Princess Kate” or style #601.   The entire Regal Collection, like “The Katherine” named for Katherine Parr, the last of  Henry VII’s wives,  can be seen by visiting for details.