Halfpenny London create luxury wedding dresses for the modern bride. Everything is made in England and every piece is crafted with passion, love and with the diversity of womens’ bodies in mind. Kate has always promoted body positivity within her work and her designs are created very intentionally to flatter all and every body shape.

Kate has worked with thousands of brides and women through her professional career and has an innate understanding of the female body – and of a bride’s desire to feel at her most confident and flattering on her wedding day. Her warm and loving character puts brides at ease from the off – her friendly and highly experienced team will make you feel special and highly supported. The Halfpenny London team put the bride’s comfort and experience at the forefront of everything they do.

Kate’s client list reads like a who’s who of the fashion glitterati; she is a trusted stylist and friend to British icons Kate Moss, Erin O’Connor and Emilia Fox amongst others.

Kate graduated with a BA Honors in Fashion Design in 1998 and went on to study for an MA in Textiles from London’s prestigious Central St. Martins, feeding her obsession with fabrics, lace and beading. This knowledge and experience, combined with Kate’s skills as a stylist, gives her an unparalleled ability to design and create breathtaking wedding gowns.

Halfpenny London is proud to design and make in London, England. Visit one of her trusted stockists throughout the UK, or visit her beautiful flagship boutique in London  – only a 5 minutes walk from Kings Cross train station. A warm welcome and magical experience awaits you.

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