The Anne Barge Fall 2014 Bridal collection brings us a vintage feel that has been a trend in bridal fashion for quite a while now. Beautiful laces and delicate embroideries on layers of organza are wrapped around feminine silhouettes and draped bodice.
Inspired by the Hollywood in the thirties the designer explains in an interview with the October 14 issue of The Daily Bridal Magazine how she has named the collection after famous ballets.What’s the story behind these frocks?
The layered pastel chiffons, laces, and tulles made me think of Degas’ dancers. Then I got inspired by ballerinas, so we named each dress after a famous ballet.Have you ever done ballet?
Let’s just say I was not very good!
The last few looks were very glamorous!
That’s our Black Label collection based on Hollywood in the Thirties. It’s glitzy!
How long did it take to bead the Garbo dress?
Around 1,800 hours!
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