When it comes to ethereal lace designs, it's hard to top Temperley— just ask the Middleton sisters. And though it may seem that the Duchess was a source for the fall 2013 collection of mostly long-sleeve gowns, the label known for its feminine fabrics and romantic silhouettes drew inspiration from Hollywood and was largely influenced by Grace Kelly, the '50s and film noir screen sirens. Accordingly, the collection, which designer Alice Temperley dubbed "Florence," featured delicate embellishment, hand-cut flowers, elegant draping and embroidery. Check out all of the looks in the gallery.
Oct 9, 2015 @ 9:30 AM