Monday, April 18, 2011

Kate Middleton designed her wedding dress

Kate Middleton designed her wedding dress, according to a British newspaper says - The future wife of Prince William, Kate Middleton, she designed her wedding dress to marry the grandson of Elizabeth II on 29 April in London, said today the British tabloid the Daily Mail. "

Barely two weeks left to the eldest son of Charles and his fiancee is giving the "I do" in Westminster Abbey, the name of the designer dress she will wear the bride is the best kept unknown.

The newspaper also notes that the suit will be auctioned off after the wedding for various charities.

Although British newspapers have speculated for months with many designer names more or less known, the newspaper said today the exclusive claims that Kate herself has been responsible for creating the dress.

The newspaper notes that Middleton has always had an interest in fashion and worked for a short period of time in a clothing chain.

As soon as the announcement of her engagement was made public wedding, Kate got to work on the design of the dress to ask then a renowned fashion designer to move its ideas into practice.

According to an unnamed source quoted by the tabloid, the future wife of William was inspired by the courses he attended while studying art history, and particular way in which alluded to the Renaissance.

The newspaper said Sunday the name of the designer Sophie Cranston, small fashion company "Dragonfly", emerged as the creator of the hypothetical wedding dress.

That rumor could be explained as a guest Kate Middleton attended a wedding last January wearing a design of Cranston.

Recent speculation also pointed to Sarah Burton, creative director of Alexander McQueen's house, as the chosen.

"Daily Mail" also includes statements by a friend of the couple said all they had said the issue was that the designer was "relatively unknown" and working for "a relatively small fashion house." EFE

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