Jenny Packham

  • Kate Middleton wears blue Jenny Packham to promote maternal and newborn health

    Kate Middleton wore a blue Jenny Packham coat and Jimmy Choo heels during her first engagement as patron of a campaign to support nurses and safeguard maternal health care.

  • Jenny Packham Tells Us Everything About Her New Bridal Shoe Collection With L.K. Bennett

    For Jenny Packham, partnering with L.K. Bennett for a bridal collection was the next, most-logical step for her business. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has long considered both British brands as her go-to names in...

  • Selena Gomez Is Totally Changing Up Her Look and This Skintight Gown Is Proof

    Just days after her 25th birthday, Selena Gomez stepped out in a sparkling dress to celebrate with friends.

  • Selena Gomez Spreads Cheer With 3 Irresistibly Happy Looks

    Selena Gomez took her job as host of WE Day seriously, but her choice of outfits had a sense of humor too — three looks that also did their part to spread joy.

  • Kate Middleton Inspires Stylish Copycat Bloggers

    Style blogger Kate Urbanksa spends thousands replicating Kate Middleton's many outfits.

  • The Duchess of Cambridge Wears Princess Diana’s Favorite Tiara

    While we love the Duchess of Cambridge for her down-to-earth every-mom style, we also love when she pulls out all the stops in a glamorous gown and tiara.

  • Is This The Duchess Of Cambridge’s Most Spectacular Look Yet?

    You wouldn’t imagine that the same dress would work for both a ritzy party in London and a country affair in rural Norfolk, but then again the Duchess of Cambridge seems to have an uncanny knack of making fashion work for any occasion. Stepping out for the second time in a pale blush, shimmery gown by British designer Jenny Packham, the Duchess brought a touch of glamour to the Norfolk countryside as she attended a fundraising gala for East Anglia Children’s Hospices (EACH), for which she is a patron, at Houghton Hall. For the glitzy gala dinner, Kate was accompanied by her husband, Prince William, who also looked smart in a black dinner suit complete with oversized bow tie.

  • Kate Middleton Stuns in Sleek Chignon Updo for Indian Gala

    Kate Middleton stunned in a sleek low chignon undo for a charity gala at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel on Sunday, April 10. See the pics!

  • Who Wore It Best? The Duchess Of Cambridge Edition

    Fans of Gossip Girl will remember that Leighton Meester wore the same tulle sleeved gown on the set of Gossip Girl in the scene that saw her get engaged to her French Prince.

  • You Can Buy the Actual Dress Bryce Dallas Howard Wore to the Golden Globes

    For the Golden Globes, Bryce Dallas Howard bought her dress off-the-rack. Yes, instead of a stylist calling something in or asking a designer to make her a custom piece, she went shopping at Neiman Marcus. “I like having lots of options for a size six, as opposed to maybe one option,” she said on the red carpet. The blue Jenny Packham gown features sequins arranged in a scallop pattern and gas a jewel neckline with a floral lace inset in the front and back.

  • Adele Dresses Just Like the Duchess for Her BBC Special

    If you’re going to stay out of the spotlight for a few years and deprive the world of wonderful music, your comeback better be so major that it drops people to their knees, rips hearts out, incites cathartic pillow screams, shower cries, and regrettable drunk texts. Well, Adele did just that with her new single “Hello,” the lyrics of the ballad just as powerful as her soulful voice.

  • Dear Kate Middleton, Let’s Shake Up Your Style Game

    Dear Mrs. Wales, Few individuals have the power to actually influence fashion—and by “influence,” we mean, “get people to buy expensive clothes.”  Kate Moss can do it. Kanye West can do it.

  • Jenny Packham’s New Bridal Line Includes Sexy Looks For Mom

    Just think about it — wouldn’t you prefer red carpet over retirement home? Wonder by Jenny Packham — helmed by Kate Middleton’s favorite designer — will not only encompass glamorous gowns for mom, but also for brides, bridesmaids, and flower girls. Those planning a wedding will have to wait, though, until the pieces are available at and select David’s Bridal stores in February. “It is thrilling to be able to reach so many brides-to-be across the globe through our new partnership!” The Spring 2016 Collection is inspired by Belle Epoque and is intended to capture the spirit of Edwardian Society — think Downton Abbey meets the modern day red carpet — with delicate beading, flowing silhouettes,  exposed backs, and geometric embellishments.“When Jenny is working on a gown, she is thinking about how the fabric is going to frame the bride’s silhouette and flatter her body,” explains Ann Acierno, Executive Vice President of Merchandising, Design and Product Development at David’s Bridal.