So far, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement has been anything but traditional.
And if the latest rumours are to be believed, neither will the bride’s choice of wedding dress.
His team will be accustomed to dealing with high-profile women.
Erdem himself is charm personified and adored by his female clients.
But it is doubtful a designer known for simple, ready-to-wear looks will be asked to create a couture gown for such an important occasion.
As one fashionista said: ‘Victoria Beckham is for lunch at The Wolseley, not your wedding day.’Favourite with the in-crowd Ralph & Russo is a luxurious, in-the-know label for high-profile women with alove of fashion.
The choice was ‘romantic’ and ‘perfect’, according to Meghan.
The designer is Canadian with a British mother, and Miss Markle wore one of his £1,200 floral print maxi dresses for the wedding of Prince Harry’s friend Tom Inskip in Jamaica in March.Asked what makes her dresses unique in an interview with Elle magazine last year, Miss Dror said: ‘I think the bold style.It’s sexy, and I love to highlight a woman’s form.’She also said: ‘I loved the feeling it gave me seeing a bride’s face when she wore the most special dress of her life.Meghan could be seen to be making a clever and unique choice with a label not seen on any other royals.
Charmer born in Canada One of the likeliest choices is Erdem, multiple award-winner and a favourite of Michelle Obama, Sam Cam and both Kate and Pippa Middleton.
Meghan's closest friend, Jessica Mulroney, does the PR for Kleinfeld, a hip Toronto wedding boutique, and styles herself as a wedding expert on TV.