Steal that style: Princess Beatrice of York

Beatrice performed a small role, believed to be a non-speaking one, in the film the Young Victoria, a Martin Scorsese production covering the story of Queen Victoria’s romance with Prince Albert, making her the first member of the Royal family to appear in a movie. Her mother, the Duchess of York, who is known to have an active interest in Queen Victoria, is one of the film’s executive producers

  

Princess Beatrice will appear as a lady-in-waiting in a scene from the coronation of her great-great-great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.”It was tiring and I was freezing cold, but I absolutely loved it,” she is reported to have said after finishing filming Victoria’s coronation at Lincoln Cathedral. “I am so excited about it.” She was dressed in a full white gown with a tight corset top and matching headdress for her first day of shooting.

Angela Stone 2010 Bridal Collection

      

Angela Stone has moved from the New King’s Road, London to a gorgeous new shop in Kew, Richmond to debut her collection of both bridal and special occasion wear.

Angela’s design philosophy is simple: to create beautiful and unique designer dresses- so intricately cut without any superfluous embellishment, so that they create a perfect, elongated silhouette that appears to caress and flow seamlessly with the form of the body. In addition to her own line of exquisite bridal gowns, Angela designs for David’s Bridal, the well-known American bridal store.

      

Veromia 2010 Couture Bridal Collection

    

Jason Jennings is 34 and has been designing bridal, bridesmaid and evening gowns for many years. After graduating from The London School of Fashion in 1995 he went on to gain his BA Honours at Central St Martins in 1997.

    

Jason then went to work for David Feilden where he stayed for 8 years honing his talent for designing gorgeous gowns whilst also teaching at The London School of Fashion and Central St Martins. From there he went on to create his own label ‘Jason Jennings’ until Veromia snapped him up as their designer. Being very passionate about his designs and being male, Jason understands how a woman should look, and pulls this into his designs, creating a well fitting, sexy, yet feminine look to his stunning gowns.

    

Hot stuff: Blue Onion Marketplace

Blue Onion Marketplace is an online boutique specializing in luxury accessories. I fount in their shop some interesting accesories you can easily incorporate in your bridal outfit or your bridesmaids can. Give it a click and see what they have to offer.

      

Pronuptia Paris 2010 Bridal Collection

Pronuptia Paris Bohème Collection is a symphony dedicated to the floral look, a refreshing breeze, vapourous sensuality enhanced by a touch of impertinence and innocence. In the 2010 edition, the country and natural look is very present.

  

Pronuptia Paris bridal gowns are renowned for their exquisite design, chic styling and fabulous value.

Pronuptia Paris bridal gowns are renowned for their exquisite design, chic styling and fabulous value.

  

Whether searching for the simplest bridesmaid dress or the ultimate couture bridal gown, visit the stores where dedicated staff will help you find the dress of your dreams.

Maria Luisa Rabell 2010 Bridal Collection

    

This latest collection defines the key elements of a style which manages to blend a highly contemporary subtlety and elegance with superbly expressive technical flourish. The Catalan designer Maria Luisa Rabell is a master of complexity and likes working on many levels: constructive, physical, stylistic, symbolic, poetic and even humorous.

    

Sposa by St. Pucchi 2010 Bridal Collection

      

With a strong desire to give every bride the chance to wear a couture gown, at an affordable price, Designer Rani created the Sposa by St. Pucchi collection. Inspired by her other collections, the Sposa collection features creative silhouettes, distinctive detail, expert craftsmanship, and a truly artistic use of fabrics. Luxurious Alecon Laces, silken fabrics, exquisite embroideries, and innovative draping create a look of simple elegance. Haute Couture at a most competitive price point – it truly is “Affordable Couture.”

      

Monique Lhuillier Fall 2010 Bridal Collection

    

Lhuillier’s Fall 2010 bridal collection, which she showed in New York on Sunday, Oct. 18, stressed exactly that kind of fanciful spirit for which she’s known. Entitling it “Fairytale Winter Wedding,” Lhuillier’s brides wore gowns that transformed them into art works worthy of being admired on a pedestal.

  

The dominant silhouette for Lhuillier this season was the strapless A-line, the quintessential princess gown, and romantically tufted skirts and bodices embellished with crystals were the icing on the cake – or, in keeping with Lhuillier’s theme, glittering snowflakes in the sky.

    

Steal that style: Claire Nicholson

  

Don’t bother feeling sorry for Les Dennis any more – he’s the happiest man in the world. Yesterday afternoon the comedian married for the third time, to life coach Claire Nicholson, 38. The couple wed in Highgate, North London, with their 19-month-old daughter Eleanor Grace as flower girl.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1230300/Les-Dennis-hopes-time-lucky-marries-18-years-younger-life-coach.html#ixzz0XoXEUPMt

Jeremy Brandrick Luxury Wedding Dresses

      

Jeremy Brandrick’s obsession with style lies within luxurious fabrics. His bridal gowns are intricately handmade and feature superior craftsmanship as a true reflection of his passion. Jeremy began his career in the bridal industry working for Papillon De Soie in England, before spending 15 years designing high-end women’s and men’s collections. He served as Senior Designer for both Dolce & Gabanna in Milan and Nicole Farhi in London. Jeremy later became Creative Director for the luxury English brand Mulberry.

Jeremy was trained at the prestigious Central St Martins College in London along with McQueen, McCartney, and Dior’s Galliano. After stints designing for Dolce & Gabbana, Nicole Farhi and Mulberry, Jeremy decided to transplant his European taste and sophistication across the Atlantic, and he now lives and works in New York’s fashionable East Village. Combining haute aesthetic sensibilities with high-end fabrication and meticulous attention to detail, Jeremy creates gowns that embody superior taste and elegance.