The Royal Wedding in April is the most expected event of the year and has everyone’s curiosity risen about the different aspects of the wedding. One of the most sought after secret (and best kept too) is the designer for Kate Middleton’s wedding gown.
Speculations are high and yet there is no concrete information about who the designer may be.
The fashion world is going crazy with plenty of speculation but to date not one of the leading designer houses have confirmed they are designing for the stylish princess to be. With the continuing suspense it looks as if the curtain to this secret will be raised on the Royal Wedding day.
Conflicting reports have been appearing in the various newspapers and tabloids but the designer houses are denying any knowledge. The Alexander McQueen house was being touted as the designers for the beautiful bride-to-be and they too have denied it.
Their latest collection “Ice Queen” has fuelled the rumor that they may have the privilege but some say that Sarah Burton’s radical designs may not be exactly suitable for a day with plenty of social commitments, something the Royal Wedding Day promises to be.
Daniella Issa Helavel, the designer who had designed Kate Middleton’s engagement dress has also been part of the rumor mills. Although there have been comments that the bride-to-be may act conservative and chose a native designer for the wedding.
Another sentimental favorite is Bruce Oldfield. He was the favorite designer of the Former Princess of Wales, Diana. He may or may not be designing for the bride, but the bride’s sister and mother were spotted leaving his premises, so he may be designing for other members of the family.
Some of the other British designers who are being speculated as the wedding gown designer are Phillipa Lepley, Phoebe Philo, Alice Temperley and Stella McCartney. All these rumors will be laid to rest only when the world gets the first glimpse of the beautiful young bride. In that one instant, the designer she wears that day will become world famous.