Meghan Markle Effect: Her bridal gown is a role model at Fashion Week
The bridal gown, in which US actress Meghan Markle (37) was not even a year before the wedding altar, is the trend on the Fashion Week for Bridal in New York. According to "The Hollywood Reporter", this minimalist silk dress with a bateau neckline, three-quarter sleeves and an organza skirt with a fitted waist design by Clare Waight Keller (48), the artistic director of Givenchy.
When newlywed Duchess Meghan and British Prince Harry (34) headed out to party in her Jaguar in the evenings, the bride showed off her second robe, a classic halter-neck A-line dress by British designer Stella McCartney (47 ).
The influence of both designer robes on the bridal gown makers had already been seen at the shows in October 2018, reports the industry magazine. "There's the influence of Meghan Markle on some brides looking for a clean, timeless look," said Los Angeles-based fashion designer Monique Lhuillier, 47, who also stars Reese Witherspoon, 43, for her wedding (2011) ) with Jim Toth (49). "A dress that, like that of Meghan, is" more open at the top "and" has a dropped waist "to enhance the figure, is a" modern way to capture this trend. "
In the list of the most influential persons
Designer Clare Waight Keller has even been included on the "Time 100" list of the most influential people because of Meghan's legendary first bridal gown, which was unveiled earlier this week.
Actress Julianne Moore, 58, commented on the election in the magazine article: "Clare excelled in learning the craft so successfully and skillfully, and her clothes reflected the innate human and beautiful." Clare's simple wedding dress for Meghan Markle was just that - a reflection of the beautiful and modern young woman who happens to be a 21st century princess. "
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took the throne in Windsor on May 19, 2018. In a few days, the two expect the first child together.