Every gorgeous wedding dress worn by a royal and celebrity in the one building – we’re calling it, this the best exhibition on the face of the earth.
The famous V&A museum in London is about to open a jaw-dropping exhibition, Wedding Dresses 1775 – 2014, which features bridal gowns of Royals past and present and the outrageous wedding dresses of today’s celebrities.
When the Duchess of Cornwall married Prince Charles in 2005 she wore an incredible Anna Valentine gown made with dove-grey silk and topped with a Phillip Treacey fascinator. Her gown is the centrepiece of the exhibition which opens tomorrow and also features the controversial flesh-showing Pam Hogg dress worn by Lady Mary Charteris in 2012 and the dramatically stunning satin gown (which had an 18ft train) worn by Margaret, Duchess of Argyll on her wedding day in 1933.
Also on display are the wedding dresses belonging to Kate Moss, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwen Stefani and Dita von Teese which are seen alongside gowns from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Can’t make it to London? Not to worry, you can see all the best dresses on display right here from the comfort of your couch.
CLICK THROUGH this gallery of the stunning royal and celebrity bridal gowns on display at the exhibition…