Like most of the world, British Vogue has caught royal wedding fever! As Alexandra Shulman writes in her editor's letter, the May issue is a "delicious confection of all things matrimonial." Taking inspiration from Kate Middleton and the upcoming nuptials, the magazine includes a feature on the bride-to-be's style and what it means to be a modern princess, a look inside the wedding albums of some fashion greats and lots of feminine styles in white for those not walking down the aisle.
Plus, the publication boasts three different covers (a first in its 95-year history) with Natalia Vodianova, Freja Beha Erichsen and Lara Stone modeling dreamy, romantic looks. Vodianova appears in a silk-and-lace gown with a tulle bolero from Vivienne Westwood, Erichsen dons a silk faille design with rose detailing from Oscar de la Renta, along with a veil by Elie Saab Couture, and Stone shows off a bloom-adorned dress by Bruce Oldfield (who is rumored to be creating Kate's wedding gown).
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