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Thu,05 Mar 2015
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Posh to design Kate's honeymoon dress?
British royal bride Kate Middleton has expressed a desire to wear former Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham's evening dresses during her honeymoon with Prince William.
Jesse and Sandip Soparrkar at royal wedding
There will be a touch of Kashmiri and Rajasthani fashion at the royal wedding of Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton. At their reception on the evening of April 29.
Diana's ring made smaller for Kate
The ring worn by the late Princess Diana that was given to royal bride Kate Middleton is now being made smaller to fit her finger better. Kate has asked jewellers to alter the ring ahead of the wedding to Prince William.
Middleton's gown likely to be influential
When Kate Middleton walks down the aisle this month to marry Prince William, watching would-be brides almost certainly will home in on her dress. Bridal industry insiders expect her gown to be copied many times over as soon as the public gets its first glimpse.
Kate Middleton's engagement blouse for sale
The cream-coloured blouse that Kate Middleton wore for her engagement portrait with Prince William is now available to the public again, but at a higher price. Due to the increasing demand for the Kate Blouse, the store has reissued the shirt.
Will Kate's wedding dress meet expectations?
Kate's dress is not simply her wedding dress but a big flag, symbolising her taste, her commitment to fashion, her attitude to money at a time when the country is in economic doldrums. Her dress is so much more than a dress.
Queen Victoria's gown offers hints on Middleton's
The celebrated silk-and-lace bridal gown worn by Queen Victoria offers some clues about what Kate Middleton will wear when she walks down the aisle April 29, even if much has changed since Victoria's low-key wedding in 1840.
Kate's letting the hair down...literally
Kate Middleton, the royal bride-to-be will break free of conventional bridal hair-do and leave her hair loose on her big day. So in a clear departure from the stiff bridal hairstyle Kate will not be seen in chignons, fancy updos and humongous buns that brides usually sport.
Made in India stoles for Royal wedding
Nearly 4,000 soft wool stoles have been shipped for the eagerly awaited wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in London this Friday, courtesy a Ludhiana manufacturer and the royal couple is also expected to take its pick.
gift for WillKat
It may be not be the ‘real stuff’, but the wedding gift comes with a strong message. The Indian chapter of People For Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has sent a faux silk sari and sherwani to Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Kate Middleton wants a natural look
Kate Middleton has asked her hairstylist to keep her hair natural for her wedding to Prince William on Friday.
Fashionistas and style editors the world over are waiting breathlessly for a glimpse of Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. Experts decode the wardrobes of Britain’s soon-to-be-wed royal couple, Will and Kate.
Kate does her own make-up for wedding
Royal bride Kate Middleton has opted to do her own make-up for her marriage to Prince William. Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day and prefers taking professional help, but the 29-year-old is confident about doing it herself.
Royal bride's dress designer finally unveiled
Royal bride Kate Middleton's wedding dress was designed by Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton, ending months of fevered speculation in the fashion world over who would create one of the most talked-about outfits of the decade.
Royal wedding fashion: tradition and modernity
There was tradition and modernity, sober styles and touches of whimsy: the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton showcased Britain's fashion roots, as well as the claim it's staking at the forefront of haute couture.
How much will the royal wedding cost?
Lots of time and lots of money has gone into the Royal Wedding. And a lot of it is from the tax-payer's money. With the security, the decor, menu, and tons of other wedding preparations. How much do you think the wedding would have cost? Tell us.
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