It was the wedding watched 'round the world: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's fairytale nuptials at Windsor Castle. While she continues to make well-dressed appearances (including her first solo engagement with the Queen this week), we're still not over her epic bridal looks from her wedding. Now Stella McCartney is giving us more to indulge in.
In an interview with British Vogue, McCartney revealed that she is re-creating the Duchess of Sussex's now-iconic halter dress in extremely limited quantities in honour of her new flagship store in London—specifically, she's making 23 versions in white and 23 in black. The re-creations, which are described as "the mirror image" of Markle's dress, cost £3,500 each, so we finally know how much her famous dress was worth. They are also made with the same sustainable viscose fabric as the Duchess', so every last detail is the same.
Of course, there's a catch: Potential buyers have to schedule a private appointment and have to be approved by McCartney herself. Bon chance! Scroll down to revisit the famous dress and see McCartney's original sketch.