The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in Dongre's printed tunic and the designer is hoping to work with her again on her next collection
Anita Dongre, who designed a dress worn by Kate Middleton during her India visit in April, has the Duchess of Cambridge on her mind for her upcoming line.
Middleton looked stunning in Dongre's printed tunic and the designer is hoping to work with her again on her next collection.
"That (moment) was very special for me. She carried it off beautifully and made the dress look so amazing. I am looking to dress her up again. I hope that happens soon. I am working on a collection with her in my mind. She is my muse. She is so gorgeous and I love her style sense," Anita told PTI.
The 52-year-old designer said once she is done creating designs, she will get in touch with Middleton's stylist.
Dressing up the Duchess was not only a special moment for Dongre but it has proved to be a game changer for the designer internationally.
Dongre said it has opened the global market for her like never before.
"For the first time, we had a lot of non-Indian clients. The label has got popular globally. Even men abroad notice the dress and say, 'This is Kate Middleton dress'. I get orders till now. I find it unbelievable that a dress could turn so big. I feel great," she said.