WATCH: Top Bridal Designers Gush Over Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding Fashion

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ETonline can't get enough of Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding -- and neither can the world's biggest wedding dress designers! During New York's Bridal Fashion week, celeb designers Romona Keveza, Carolina Herrera and Amsale dished on what they expect to see when Kate walks down the aisle on April 29 and how the future princess' personal style influenced their own spring bridal collections.
Romona Keveza, who recently dressed La La Vazquez on her wedding day, explained she designed her new Legends collections with Kate in mind. "I took elements from Kate's personal style such as ruched waists, flowing skirts, these are things she is known for, v-necklines and also I did illusion necklines -- perfect for very formal weddings," she said.
Carolina Herrera, who dressed 'The Bachelorette''s Jen Schefft and "Mad Men"'s Christina Hendricks on their wedding days, gives her thoughts on what she believes Kate's wedding style will be, "I think she has to be very grand because its going to be in Westminster Abbey and she a big responsibility with the people in England. And I think she is very clever and she is going to do it really well."
Ethiopian fashion designer Amsale Aberra, who outfitted bride Alicia Keys and whose wedding gowns have been featured onscreen on several film and TV brides, says she hopes that Kate will opt for tradition with a twist. "My hope is going to be that keeping the tradition and making it modern ... one of things that is really beautiful about a royal wedding is the tradition."
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