Designers Imagine Kate Middleton's Wedding Gown
encrusted with an embroidered tulle overlay and pick-up ball skirt. "I think
she should embrace a grand dress," Lhuillier tells PEOPLE. "This is the
royal wedding. I really hope she stays with that tradition."
With stars like Eva Longoria and January Jones on her
client list, the Lebanese designer knows a thing or two about major glamour.
She envisions a silk chiffon gown with crystal beading, telling PEOPLE,
"It's very daring for royalty, and very simple at the same time."
And no need to just stop with a gown! Acra sketched a silk gazar dress with
a matching coat as well. "I think she'll become an icon. I can tell. She's
strong about it. There's no question-mark on her face."
BEN DE LISI
The British designer, a favorite of Kate Winslet's, conjures up a gown with a twisted and torn silk tulle torso with ruched sleeves and a full skirt. De Lisi explains to PEOPLE, "I wanted to give her a couture feel
[but] a young and fresh design."
BEN DE LISI
The designer brings the drama in his gown with silk bows and grosgrain knots
adorning the bodice, which "explodes" into a hammered duchess satin skirt.
The British wedding dress designer tells PEOPLE she is "known for my
corsetry and structure and she has such an amazing figure that I really
wanted to show that off." Neville envisions a hand-embroidered strapless
dress with Italian duchess satin jacket, which she describes as "a very
classic look, but with a modern twist."
RALPH & RUSSO
Ralph amp Russo Creative Director Tamara Ralph created this vintage chantilly
lace gown with hand-embroidered beadwork, a cascading fishtail skirt and
"dramatic train" for "Princess Kate."