Vogue's first multi cover.

With the world consumed by Royal wedding fever, it was to be expected that British Vogue would lead the way in creating wedding bliss for readers worldwide with there first ever multi-girl cover. Supermodels Natalia Vodianova, Freja Beha Erichsen and Lara Stone each take to the cover in gowns by Vivienne Westwood, Oscar De La Renta and Bruce Oldfield respectively.

Natalia, Freja and Lara as Mario Testino's 'Wedding Belles'

I posted a blog a few months back about how Kate Middleton may be the next fashion icon to emerge from our Royal family and suspicions about the designer of her wedding dress have become more important than whether Cheryl will be a judge on the US X Factor, suggesting that Kate, like Princess Di, is set to be part of the new crop of style icons we admire today.

Why is it that whatever Miss Middleton wears, it sells? Just think about it, what young girl doesn't grow up dreaming of being a Princess? As Kate's fairytale is about to come true, do other women want to emulate her? After all, her mother was an air hostess, so unlike every Princess before her, she was not born into this life, making her a much more relatable Princess. That blue Issa dress, that Burberry trench, both sold out almost instantly. Thus making her not just a Princess, but a style queen.

P.S. Beyond excited for her wedding dress! Fingers crossed for McQueen!

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