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Dolce & Gabbana Renames $2,675 Dress to Honor Kate Middleton

Dolce & Gabbana Renames $2,675 Dress to Honor Kate Middleton

Duchess Catherine
You know you’re fashion goddess when a designer names a dress after you. That is exactly what has just happened to style maven Kate Middleton. Dolce & Gabbana is re releasing a dress the Duchess of Cambridge wore and naming it after her. In September 2016, Middleton wore the brand’s Georgette-trimmed crepe midi dress during a trip to Canada. The emerald dress from the fall 2016 collection originally had an Alice in Wonderland-inspired pocket watch embroidered onto the right side of the chest, but Middleton wore a custom version that did not have this detail. Apparently, Dolce & Gabbana liked Middleton’s version and is rereleasing the dress without the clock and naming it the Middleton Bow-Embellished Cady Midi Dress, according to Hello! magazine. The dress is on sale at N
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge may have a royal allowance and team of stylists, but Kate Urbanksa uses just eBay and a tailor to emulate the Duchess’s signature style

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge may have a royal allowance and team of stylists, but Kate Urbanksa uses just eBay and a tailor to emulate the Duchess’s signature style

Duchess Catherine
Good luck telling these two Kates apart. Kate Middleton may have a royal allowance and team of stylists, but Kate Urbanksa uses just eBay and a tailor to emulate the Duchess's signature style. With over 4,000 followers on Instagram, the "GreatRepliKate" shares her secrets for stealing the royal's look, from her gold earrings down to the nude pumps. The British beautician often scours resale sites while waiting for the bus, scoring designer looks from Alexander McQueen and other high street favorites for a fraction of the cost. What she can't find, she'll hire a tailor to recreate. "I love Kate Middleton and her style – her look is modest, timeless and so different compared to other celebrities nowadays," the 29-year-old told the Daily Mail. She started collecting the outfits the day aft
Wedding that touched that not only gathered royals around the world but also very touching one

Wedding that touched that not only gathered royals around the world but also very touching one

Princess Eugenie
Royals from around the world come together for Filippos Lemos and Marianna Goulandris' big Greek society wedding Royal affair! Shipping heir Filippos Lemos and jewellery designer Marianna Goulandris were married in a big fat Greek wedding that was attended by a slew of royal figures from across Europe and the Middle East. The Greek newlyweds hosted two kings, four queens, six crown princes and princesses, in addition to twelve princes and princesses at their lavish nuptials held on February 4. Filippos and Marianna tied the knot at London’s Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sophia in the presence of royalty that included: Queen Sofia of Spain, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands and their daughter Crown Princess Catharina-Amalia, Crown Princess Katherine and Crown Prince Al
Find Out Amazing Collection of Princess Diana’s outfits at Catherine Walker’s London boutique

Find Out Amazing Collection of Princess Diana’s outfits at Catherine Walker’s London boutique

Princess Diana
She was known as the People's Princess for her powerful presence and tireless charity work, but 20 years since her death Diana, Princess of Wales is still turning heads as a timeless fashion icon. Ever propelled onto the world stage, Diana developed an elegant, easy and never overstated style that saw her through the pomp and formality of state occasions, to the high fashion red carpet and casual day events at which she always shone. And a number of her classic outfits carried the label of her favourite fashion house, Catherine Walker, with which she shared a relationship of mutual trust for 16 years. Now celebrating their 40th year, Catherine Walker has exclusively invited HELLO! behind the scenes of their discreet atelier in London's Chelsea to see some of Diana’s favourite dresses,
Huddersfield students design clothes fit for the royal family

Huddersfield students design clothes fit for the royal family

Princess Beatrice
Huddersfield students design clothes fit for the royal family Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were hugely impressed by the dresses designed for them by students at the University of Huddersfield Two talented students at the University of Huddersfield have created clothes fit for a princess – or two. For after seeing their designs, Princess Beatrice has announced plans to bring her sister Eugenie along for a fitting session. Princess Beatrice paid a special visit to the university’s town centre campus to see the creations designed and made up by Amy Bean and Celine Constantinides, who are in the second year of their Fashion Design with Textiles BA course. Celine has designed an outfit for Beatrice and Amy’s dress is for her sister Princess Eugenie. The creations are the result of a v