Iconic Celebrity Wedding Dresses - Part 2
Wedding dresses often reflect the times and fashions of that time.
Throughout history bridal gowns have come in many different silhouettes, styles and colours.
Join us as we take a look at a few famed dress and their styles.
Kate Middleton married Prince William at London’s Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.
Her instantly iconic modern yet classic wedding dress combined a deep V-neckline with long lace sleeves and a dramatic train . The gown was designed by Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton.
The Quantico actress Priyanka Chopra married singer Nick Jonas with a lovely Christian-Indian fusion celebration in India. Chopra had two bespoke dresses created – one for each ceremony. For the Christian service, the stunning sheer A-line wedding by Ralph Lauren was studded with more than two million sequins.
Sabyasachi Mukherji designed her stunning red lehenga, who spent more than 3,720 hours creating it with a team of 100-plus people.
Kim Kardashian’s dress when she married Kanye West was a show stopper. She wore a custom made mermaid gown created by her close friend, Givenchy’s Ricardo Tisci. In addition to its formfitting silhouette, the gown featured a sheer lace back with sheer paneling at the waist, long lace sleeves and a train, topped off with a cathedral-length veil.
Audrey Hepburn’s marriage to Mel Ferrer in 1954 saw her dawn a dress packed with vintage glamour. The tea-length dress was designed by Pierre Balmain, and featured a high neck and puffy sleeves, which she wore with elbow-length white gloves and a white rosebud crown in her hair.