Anne Barge Fall 2019 Bridal Collection

The Anne Barge Fall 2019 collection is every bride’s dream and is designed with classic silhouettes and beautiful details that accentuate a woman’s body with just the right amount of sexiness. An elegant and versatile collection that is more than just a label. Beneath the clean, structured lines of the gowns lie layers of meticulous detail and design. Strong, architectural silhouettes are softened by feminine touches of ruffled tulle, pearl beading and embroidery, and cascading bows.  A sophisticated and romantic collection whereby each gown is designed with their own original twists.

 

Carolina Herrera Bridal Fall 2019

The latest Carolina Herrera bridal collection for Fall 2019 was inspired by Wes Gordon’s recent summer trip to Portugal. “This bridal collection, like the blue and white tiled walls of a Portuguese garden, is utterly romantic and as unique as it is timeless,” the designer wrote.

Gordon portrayed the elegance and femininity of the Carolina Herrera house with his touch of modern glamour. The collection celebrates diversity by combining the latest bridal trends such as large bows and dramatic necklines with exquisite floral beading classic tread work. Gordon has demonstrated that there isn’t a huge gap between the bridal and ready-to-wear collection. He thinks that one of the most significant elements of Mrs Herrera’s approach was not to create a uniform bridal look but to understand what makes each bride unique in her own  stylish way.

Vera Wang Bridal Spring 2019

The Vera Wang Spring 2019 bridal collection is dominated by vibrant and sumptuous colours. “I wanted to explore translucency and movement, and obviously color, but in a new way,” she explained, “in order to ignore certain ‘bridal’ dictums, like white, beading, acres of lace, and traditional ball skirts.”

Inspired by the paintings of Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer, the collection celebrates romanticism with Vermeer’s sense of mystique. Not playing by the rules and influenced by Vermeer’s use of colour, Vera Wang has created a unique and exceptional collection that shows once again her appreciation for tradition while providing a fresh touch of originality. Vera has once again has kept the momentum by focusing on movements and keeping her designs light and airy.

Anne Barge Bridal Spring 2019 Collection

The Anne Barge Spring 2019 collection is inspired by women who embody femininity, confidence, and an innate sense of style. Like the muses of the collection, each design has a unique spirit that is defined by the neckline and silhouette, and enhanced with refined detailing. Romantic gowns flatter the female form in delicate and luxurious fabrics like Alençon lace and duchess satin. Sophisticated dresses and stylish separates in structured, modern designs, command attention and awe. Exquisite embellishments and beautiful beaded, embroidered laces in a palette of soft whites transcend trends.

Paying homage to extraordinary women, past and present, the Anne Barge Spring 2019 collection is the epitome of feminine, timeless elegance.

Carolina Herrera Bridal Spring 2019

Inspired by the modern bride, the Carolina Herrera Spring 2019 bridal collection is renouncing tradition by bending the rules. with exquisite attention to details. A very playful and romantic collection that offers unexpected bursts of colours like yellow, purple or green. From A-line silhouettes and dramatic trumpet gowns to short and minimalistic gowns, the collection is for the bride who wants to make her own statement.

Gio Rodrigues Bridal 2019, Discover the New Collection

The Gio Rodrigues 2019 bridal collection celebrates the encounter of culture and haute couture. The new collection of renowned Portuguese designer has been inspired by the diversity and beauty of various cities around the world.

Athens

A romantic and fluid gown with a draped bodice, inspired  by the famous painting of Botticelli, “ the Birth of Venus.

Bavaria

Elegant silk organza gown with embroidered bodice and draped straps, inspired by the dresses worn by princess Elise of Bavaria

Budapest

Silk brocade gown with asymmetric neckline, inspired by the architectural landmarks of Budapest

Calcuta

Silk muslin sheath gown with Swarovski crystal beaded straps, inspired by Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth , love and beauty.

Delhi

Long sleeve embellished lace gown, inspired by the patterns of Indian fabrics

Florence

Silk tulle strapless gown with sweetheart neckline and frilled skirt, inspired by the Italian fashion houses of 15th century.

Lima

Long sleeves silk tulle gown with guipure  lace bodice, inspired by the fountains of Lima Reserve Water Park.

Milan

Chantilly lace gown with deep V neck line, inspired by the cosmopolitan city of Milan and the romanticism of its cathedrals.

Moscow

Embroidered lace gown with boat neckline and cristal and pearls beaded bodice, inspired by the lush Kievskaya station in Moscow.

Seville

Silk tulle V-neck gown with embroidered 3D flowers and ruffled skirt, inspired by the Sevilla women.

Singapore

Embroidered tulle mermaid gown with deep V neckline, inspired by the magnificent buildings of Singapore.

Paris

Embroidered silk organza gown with asymmetric neckline, inspired by the Norte Dame Cathedral, Paris.

Prague

Silk embroidered tulle gown with illusion necklines and voluminous skirt, inspired by the hundred towers of Prague.

Made for each other

Like you and your fiancé, some things just belong together. That’s how we feel about wedding gowns and accessories. We have chosen six unique and stylish bridal looks to help you find the perfect match that suites your wedding ceremony.

Elegant

For a black-tie nuptial, add a hint of old Hollywood glamour by wearing a pair of long gloves or a beautiful silk satin sash in your hair.

Boho Chic

If you are celebrating your wedding in a garden or an open-air setting, pair a bohemian-style dress with a crown of fresh rustic flowers.

Sweet Sixties

A charming tea-length dress can be accessorised with a matching hat or a pearl-flower hair-comb to create the sixties look.

Sophisticated

A simple and understated silhouette gown is an ideal backdrop for a  thirties-style dramatic jewellery

By the Beach

For a chic seaside ceremony, choose a modest and non-embroidered gown, metallic sandals and a delicate lightly-embroidered cape.

Princess Eugenie ‘s Wedding Dress

Princess Eugenie looked stunning on her wedding day in a beautiful white portrait-neckline gown by London-based designers, Peter Piloto and Christopher de Vos. She chose a long sleeved V- neck gown in silk jacquard that gently folded around her shoulders.The gown was made from various layers of silk, cotton and viscose and the elaborated top layer was made in Como, Italy.

Eugenie chose not to wear a veil and decided to pair her  amazing wedding dress with the spectacular Greville Emerald Kokoshink tiara, made of rose-cut pave diamonds set in platinum. This marvelous piece was designed by the amazing French jeweller Boucheron in 1919. Princess Eugenie accompanied her tiara with a pair of matching diamond and emerald earrings given to her by her new husband Jack Brooksbank.

CAROLINA HERRERA BRIDAL FALL 2018

Carolina Herrera’s Fall 2018 bridal collection is wildly romantic, embracing femininity with a touch of opulence and allure. Timeless shapes are reimagined with whispers of color and unexpected detailing to create enchanting poetry in motion. 

Embroideries blossom in emerald and white, cascading along the bottom of soft tulle, while floral appliques on a light fuchsia gown with ruffled sleeves and matching veil evoke a garden fantasy. 

Ready-to-wear silhouettes inspire a three-tiered tulle gown with a silk bustier and an off the shoulder v-neck silk gazaar ballgown–playing to the collection’s modern spirit. A high neck guipure lace capelet provides personalization when paired with a strapless column gown. Signature elements of surprise and femininity are featured throughout, including dramatic belts and playful bows–providing the final touch for the unforgettable Carolina Herrera Bride.

 

 

Vera Wang Fall 2018 bridal collection

The Vera Wang Fall 2018 bridal collection is a more couture-level approach inspired by the Paris fashion houses. “I have seen this desire to return to a more artful kind of dress, my clients want dresses that have a sense of importance.” Vera Wang said of her Fall 2018 bridal collection.

Vera has always thought of Paris as her second home. With the generous mixture of lace and embroidery Vera created a collection of gowns that were inspired by her recent clients. 

“There’s a volume that’s quite theatrical, in a strange way,” she said. 

With each collection,Vera Wang evolves with her bride, offering alternatives to the traditional sweetheart necklines, mermaid hems, and frills found elsewhere. “It’s sort of a new way of looking at grandeur,” Vera Wang explained.