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A McQueen Dress Fit for a Future Queen?

Posted by Shirley Brady on April 29, 2011 12:00 PM

"Sarah Burton" is a top Google search term for one (long tail) reason: Alexander McQueen's hand-picked successor designed the dress that accompanied Kate Middleton from commoner to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. (And sealed the deal with a post-wedding dress.) Check out more of Burton's designs here. The Costume Institute at New York's Metropolitan Museum pays tribute to McQueen in a well-timed exhibition that opens on May 4th.

The other big sartorial search related to the royal wedding involves the British royals' penchant for fascinators and Philip Treacy's out-there headwear, which didn't disappoint today.

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