Princess Eugenie’s dress: First picture of Peter Pilotto gown (Photo)
Princess Eugenie’s dress: First picture of Peter Pilotto gown (Photo)

PRINCESS Eugenie’s wedding dress has been seen by the world as Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew’s daughter gave Royal Wedding watchers their first glimpse of her eagerly anticipated gown, designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos.

The radiant bride beamed as the world caught a glimpse of the dress royal watchers and fashionistas had been waiting for ahead of tying the knot to her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank.

The intricately designed wedding dress features an off the shoulder design, with a flowing skirt and delicate lace prints.

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Until now the designer of Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress was a heavily-guarded secret kept by Buckingham Palace, with the creators working behind blacked out windows and sworn to silence.

It has become a royal trend for brides to have two separate wedding dresses for their big day.

Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos founded the London-based label, Peter Pilotto in 2017.

The fashion brand is known for their modern and feminine designs, intricately fabricating dresses in classic silhouette shapes.

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She met the brand designers when she co-hosted an event in support of women artists, and has been a fan of the brand ever since.

She has notably worn several of their pieces throughout the years, and worked with the designers to create her own bespoke wedding dress.

The designers, Mr Pilotto and Mr De Vos, studied Royal Wedding dresses throughout the years to perfect the dress to silhouette of the dress.

Like Meghan Markle and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Eugenie is likely to unveil another reception dress later today.

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Eugenie’s decision to opt for a British designer to make her stunning outfit follows in the footsteps of her mother, Sarah Ferguson, whose dress was designed by Lindka Cierach, British couturier and fashion designer.

Fergie’s flamboyant gown was made from ivory duchesse satin and heavily beaded, especially over the bodice, with symbols including hearts to represent love and waves, a homage to Prince Andrew’s career in sailing.

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