Top designers praise Middleton’s style
Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, waves to the crowd while travelling in the 1902 State Landau carriage to Buckingham Palace, after the wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London, England, April 29, 2011. (WENN.COM)
Prince William's bride Catherine Middleton has won praise from the world's most high-profile fashion designers for her "elegant" and "beautiful" wedding dress.
The brunette beauty finally unveiled her highly-anticipated gown to the world on Friday as she wed the royal in London, putting an end to months of rumours over who had been given the task of designing the famous frock.
Middleton chose Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton, who took over as creative director of the label after the famed couturier's suicide in February last year.
The choice has now won her praise from the fashion world's elite, with legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld telling Women's Wear Daily, "She is very elegant. The dress is classic and goes very well in the Westminster decor. I love the modest veil with the Queen Mother's Thirties scroll tiara and balanced volume of the whole gown. She's radiant. She never was so beautiful."
Donatella Versace says, "Kate's dress was beautiful. She looked very regal," while Hubert de Givenchy adds, "The dress is very simple and very nice. The veil is a little flat, but because she has such a lovely face, she can afford to wear it this way. She is very pretty."