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Scratch Dame Vivienne Westwood off the list of potential royal couturiers. (And quite possibly, the list of 1800 royal wedding invitations too.)

The blunt and eccentric British fashion designer has confirmed she's not in the running to make Kate Middleton's wedding dress. That's probably a good thing, because although she's British fashion royalty, she doesn't consider 29-year-old Middleton much of a style queen.

"I would have loved to have dressed Kate Middleton but I have to wait until she kind of catches up a bit somewhere with style," Westwood told The Daily Mail at her London Fashion Week show at the city's Royal Courts of Justice. "When people ask me where she's going to get the dress from -- she's definitely not going to get it from me, or I would have heard."

Westwood, 69, made these comments at one of her typically excessive fashion week runway displays. Her Fall 2011 collection was themed "Royal Family Meets Alice in Wonderland" and her models wore her signature fantastical looks including bowler hats, oversized felt red crowns, psychedelic plumed capelets and baggy pinstriped suits.

None of the pieces looked much like anything tailored princess-to-be Middleton would grant her royal seal-of-approval.

Not that Westwood should care. Her new jewelry collection for Palladium is themed, "Get a Life."

Meanwhile, read which American fashion designer was behind the dress Middleton was wearing during her recent lunch with her future step mother-in-law.

And read about the angry audience member who hurled a cat in protest at Westwood during her 2010 Paris show.