Look back at April's best royal fashion

All the best looks from your favorite members of royalty.

The big day is almost here! As Pippa Middleton gets set to marry her beau, 41-year-old James Matthews, on May 20, the blushing bride is putting the final details in place for her fairytale nuptials.
<p>The younger sister to the Duchess of Cambridge, Pippa, 33, stepped into the spotlight six years ago as bridesmaid to Kate at the royal wedding – and she nearly stole the show in her form-fitting ivory Alexander McQueen bridesmaid gown.</p>
This time, however, all eyes will unequivocally be fixed on Pippa as she marries her own Prince Charming, the hedge-fund manager and love of her life. Since the happy couple announced their engagement last July, fans have been speculating about details of the big day. While it won’t be the grand spectacle that was her sister and the Duke of Cambridge’s royal wedding, Pippa’s big day at St. Mark’s Church in Englefield, Berkshire, is sure to draw international attention. And Pippa will make a beautiful bride. But what will she wear?
<p>We put that question to five Canadian designers, who dreamed up creations that would be ideal for the bride’s wedding day. Here, they share their sketches exclusively with Hello! Canada. <em>-- Ava Baccari</em>

Five Canadian designers create their dream wedding dresses for Pippa Middleton

David Dixon, Narces and more homegrown designers share their vision for the bride-to-be.

Fashion's biggest night is undeniably the Met Gala, an annual fete at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art that see's the biggest names in fashion dressing the brightest stars in the world for one uber-glamorous affair. We've rounded up the absolute best looks of all time, with familiar faces like Blake Lively, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rihanna, Beyonce, Princess Diana and Jackie Kennedy. Click through to see all the show-stopping looks...

Met Gala: The best gowns of all time

From Princess Diana to Rihanna.

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