Monday, 19 November 2012

Bridal Dresses 2011

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Bridal Dresses 2011 Biography
Wedding ceremony of Pakistan’s most popular actress and director Reema Khan and American cardiologist surgeon Dr Tariq Shahab held in Sheraton of Virginia, US on November 18, 2011.

The much awaited wedding ceremony of Lollywood’s Barbie doll Reema Khan was attended by about 500 guests including family members and some close friends of both Reema Khan and Dr Tariq Shahab. The Mayon of filmstar Reema Khan was celebrated in a typical Pakistani traditional way in America. She was wearing a deep yellow outfit on her mayon whereas a stunning maroon dress on mehndi.

Pakistani fashion designer HSY designed a luring peach and red bridal lehenga for Reema Khan’s wedding day in which she was looking as wonderful as she always. Dr Tariq Shahab stepped on venue with her bride Reema Khan wearing an elegant traditional sherwani paired with khussa.

English designer Sarah Burton, creative director of the luxury fashion house Alexander McQueen, designed the bridal gown worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, at her wedding to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, on 29 April 2011.

The dress and its maker were not formally announced until the bride stepped from her car to enter Westminster Abbey just prior to the service. Noted for its design, symbolism, and expected influence on Western bridal gown trends, the dress was widely anticipated and generated much comment in the media. Replicas of the garment were produced and sold, and the original dress was on display at Buckingham Palace from July 23, 2011 until October 3, 2011 during the annual summer exhibition.

Before the day, there was much speculation as to what Middleton would choose for her dress. On 6 March, The Sunday Times reported on speculation that Middleton had chosen McQueen designer Sarah Burton. Their report stated: "A fashion source said that the dress will be a combination of Middleton's own design ideas and Burton's deep knowledge and understanding of high fashion." The label and Burton both denied any involvement. Burton's work came to the notice of Middleton in 2005 when she attended the wedding of Tom Parker Bowles, the son of the Duchess of Cornwall. Burton had designed the bridal gown for his bride, fashion journalist Sara Buys. Also suggested were Victoria Beckham, Sophie Cranston's Libelula, Jasper Conran, Elizabeth Emanuel, Daniella Issa Helayel, Marchesa by Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman, Stella McCartney, Bruce Oldfield, and Catherine Walker.

Burton emerged as the odds-on favourite to create the dress amongst bookmakers, so much so that the English bookmaker William Hill stopped taking wagers weeks before the event. David Emanuel, co-designer of Princess Diana's wedding dress, commented to the Canadian fashion journalist Jeanne Beker that "McQueen is owned by Gucci, an Italian company. If Kate's gone that route, it would be the first time a British-owned house wasn't chosen. And the Italians would have a field day with that."

According to Joanna Marschner, Senior Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces, "the dresses have had to grow as the media expectation has grown. Television cameras in Westminster Abbey have meant that those dresses are going to have to live up to those venues and indeed be of a design excellence to bear infinite scrutiny.

 
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