Princess Diana's wedding dress designer is creating a brand new label
It was the talk of the century.
In 1981, Princess Diana married Prince Charles in an fabulously unequivocal 80's wedding gown.
With ruffles, lace and bows, you couldn't get more royal than this dress, and it will remain iconic throughout time.
The wedding dress was designed by Elizabeth Emanuel and her then-husband David Emanuel.
Since then, Elizabeth worked in costume design for airlines, cinema, pop video and television productions, but 2018 is going to be the year that she gets back into designing wedding dresses.
She told People, that "the new line will be inspired by the energy of the '80s.
"It will have the spirit of Emanuel from the days when we made dresses some of the most of the most iconic women of the time like Elizabeth Taylor, Carolina Herrera and Joan Collins, but is taking it into the present.
"That whole period of time was wonderful but this will capture that but will also look contemporary and edgy. I’m bringing back the spirit in a new form after all these years. We will concentrate on bridal wear and evening wear—things to get dressed up in, pieces that are handcrafted and made to order."
We're excited to see what the first collection of the new label, anyway! According to the designer's website, it will drop during the summer months.