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.

Anne Barge Fall/Winter 2018 Bridal Collection

The Anne Barge Fall/Winter 2018 bridal collection is an interpretation of nature’s midnight garden. An escape into a fanciful garden that inspires all things feminine – a delicate tracery of ribbons and bows, a whisper of pink, dreamy layers of floral lace. Hair and makeup are kept sleek and simple, with smooth, swept back ponytails held by a ribbon and a darker lip for a nineties accent. Skin is soft and luminous with a subtle sheen of rose gold and lightly lashed eyes.

 

The marvellous wedding of Chiara Ferragni

On Saturday, September 1, the Italian ‘influencer’ Chiara Ferragni and the rapper Fedez, got married in the Italian city of Noto in the province of Syracuse. Creating a brand around the ceremony, the ‘Ferragnez’ fulfilled all the expectations we had from a luxurious and glamours ceremony. Furthermore, the opening of the  personalised Ferragnez amusement park added an original touch of fun to the wedding.

After many months of  extensive waiting, Chiara left her millions of followers and all the quest of the wedding speechless. The influencer chose the creative director of Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri, for the creation of the two unique and custom-made dresses she wore at her wedding. Three different look adapted to each phase of the event: the ceremony, the dinner and the party.

For the ceremony Chiara appeared on her father’s arm in a beautiful white ball gown that featured a long sleeve embroidered crochet jumpsuit with a detachable and voluminous tulle skirt. Inspired by her favourite bride, ‘Grace Kelly’ Chiara transmitted uniqueness through a perfect blend of simplicity and elegance.

After the  wedding ceremony at the banquet, Chiara surprised everyone with a less traditional tulle dress in nude color also designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. The dress was decorated with the symbols and drawings of the couple with the phrases of the song that Fedez composed to propose to her. Finally, for the late night party at the Luna Park `Ferragnez’ the influencer opted for a ballerina look by only changing to a  short full bodied tulle skirt.

The Spectacular Wedding Dress of Tina Kunakey

In the City Hall of Bidart, a seaside town near Biarritz, actor Vincent Cassel and model Tina Kunakey said “yes” . Informal white suit for him, a cloud of tulle signed Vera Wang for her, curly in the wind, maxi earrings and a simple bouquet of white flowers.The flimsy gown was made by Vera Wang especially for the beautiful model and this style will be presented in New York during the Bridal Fashion Week in October 2018.

 

Meghan Markle, A Very Stylish Royal Bride

The dress The most anticipated wedding dress of the year was worth waiting for. Megan Markle chose a very elegant and minimal silk cady dress designed by Clare Waight for Givenchy Couture. The non embroidered and understated yet feminine floor length gown with had a bateau neckline and long sleeves and featured a triple silk […]

The Royal wedding of Prince Christian of Hanover with Alessandra Osma

The wedding of Alessandra Osma and Prince Christian of Hannover was celebrated in Lima (Peru) in the Basilica of San Pedro. The Peruvian beauty made the traditional paseíllo from the Goyeneche house to the basilica on the arm of his father, Felipe Osma Berckemeyer.

 

 

 

The gorgeous bride chose to wear a very romantic and elegant long-sleeved lace dress by Jorge Vazquez that took the designer more than 600 hours to create. Alessandra was every inch the perfect princess in the spectacular high neck gown with a long train. She completed her look with the Hanover floral diamond tiara that was previously worn by princess Caroline of Monaco on her Marriage to the father of the groom, Prince Ernest of Hanover .
Alessandra and prince Christian were previously married in a civil ceremony in London last November.

 

 

Engagement Rings

If you want a ring with style as everlasting as your love, look to one of these amazing choices. No matter which one you decide on, you are sure to wind up with an instant heirloom .

Antique

Since one is never quite like another, a vintage ring has the advantage of being yours and yours alone. Delicate Edwardian Designs from the early 1900s are as popular as the sophisticated art deco looks from the twenties and thirties.

Prong Setting

This iconic engagement ring is characterised by a round brilliant cut stone in a prong setting. Designed for the first time by Charles Lewis Tiffany in 1886, the silhouette works on nearly every bride, regardless of her personal style.

Yellow Diamond

These beautiful stones have been used in jewellery making for more than 100 years, though only recently have they become the popular stone for engagement rings. This eye catching look appeals particularly to celebrity brides.

Emerald Cut

Worn widely in the art deco era, this rectilinear stone takes its name from the traditional cut for emeralds. Yet no other shape so well deserves diamond’s other name; ‘ice’. This beautiful gem stone can be worn alone or with side stones

Three Stones

Symbolising a couple’s past, present and future, this style features three stones of roughly the same size and shape that are most often round. Three-

stone rings have existed for hundreds of years, but the look works for brides as stylish and up to the minute as Megan Marckel.

Micro Pave
Invented in Paris about 20 years ago, this technique involves setting many tiny stones on a ring. The gems can appear everywhere, from the band and prongs to around the main stone.

Eternity Band

In the 1950s, Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn popularised this look, featuring an endless circle of diamonds. Because it relies on a collection of relatively small stones to dazzle, it can be an affordable alternative to a diamond solitaire.

Alliance Ring

The simple alliance ring, in gold or platinum is favoured by both minimalists, who love it for its simplicity, and jewellery loving brides who want a ring that goes with everything.

Wide-Band Solitaire
Bold, sleek and modern , this style is ideal for brides who prefer not to wear an engagement ring with a wedding band. Its strong enough to stand alone.

Side Stones

A favourite from the 1940s on, this ring uses two smaller stones, such as baguettes, to flaunt the main stone by flooding it with light and making it sparkle even more.