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26 May

Anna Campbell – Spirit Collection

Anna Campbell’s ‘Spirit’ collection sees the designer’s distinctive style meet exciting new silhouettes and customization options. The flexibility of the new range signifies an evolution for Anna Campbell’s off-the-rack collections, with brides now able to customize their perfect dress by selecting from up to 6 different skirt designs. “In ‘Spirit’ we have a juxtaposition of the most beautifully form-fitted pieces with the fullest, float organza skirts and cascading silk tulle styles. “There is truly something for every bride,” designer Anna Campbell said. Interchangeable skirt options have been designed to cater for every style and range from slimline fit, to cascading silk tulle to a beaded drop skirt. The ‘Spirit’ collection was inspired by the idea that a brides’ spirit is...
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19 May

Zawadzky – Western Brides 2015

Accessories have become a trend lately in the bridal world. From flowers to headpieces; brides are choosing this trend to add a little somehing to their look. Zawadzky is a Colombian brand created by Maria Zawadzy; inspired by nature, romanticism and bohemian vibes. Using delicate details in each accessory; Maria creates pieces that you can wear on your wedding day as well on any other event. Here are my favorite from her most recent collection "Western Bride 2015" instagram @zawadzky_ www.zawadzky.com ...
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19 May

The History of Flower Crowns and the Women Who Wore Them: From Frida Kahlo to Kate Moss

Flowers and Fashion; two of my passions in one reading. As a Vogue reader, I felt the need of share this amazing and well made article about the history of Flower Crowns. It is interesting to know that such trendy accessory comes from an ancient era of women who wore these crowns as a sign of feminism and power. Today, it is a symbol of love, freedom and boho-vibes. I hope you all enjoy this article as much as I did.   "Few accessories have aroused such commentary, for and against, than the flower crown, so trendy of late among the neo-hippie festival crowd. Despite detractors, these decorative headpieces, whose history in mythology and art can be traced back to ancient civilizations, show...
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13 May

Berta Bridal – Fall 2015

Berta’s new Fall 2015 collection is probably the most intriguing and complex bridal collection yet. Epic will be the most suited word to describe it. With the use of even more different textures of material and beadwork than ever before, this collection is a timeless creation that is as an ode to craftsmanship and brilliant design. The inspiration for this collection came from many different eras and place: From the Greek mythology to old Hollywood, from the romance of Paris to the ethnicity Middle East and many more. As much, this collection stands out in its complexity & uniqueness – new forms of materials were created by Berta, in order to reach a unique look, which was never seen before in bridal. Each and every creation in this...
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27 Apr

Christos Costarellos | NYC Bridal Week 2015

Costarellos, one of the most successful and world renowned bridal and prêt-à-porter fashion houses, based in Athens, Greece, is happy to announce the international launch of its Bridal 2016 Collection, which was recently presented in New York, 18-20 April, during New York Bridal Week. Dream, grace and lightness are synonymous with the neo-romantic aesthetic of the Costarellos Bridal 2016 collection while tastefully incorporating iconic vintage references and the timeless beauty of the past into the present. The sophisticated designs of the collection subtly combine ancient and traditional Greek styles and a bohemian aura, confirming a style that is both chic and fresh. With a passion for creating gowns that are both feminine, modern and glamorous, Costarellos designs collections that are...
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24 Apr

Sareh Nouri – Spring 2016 | NYC Bridal Week

Sareh Nouri - Spring 2016 Sareh Nouri, introduced her Spring 2016 collection at The London Hotel in NYC.  A timeless collection that embodies a very soft, ethereal feel, featuring illusioned long sleeves, low backs and cathedral trains that stay true to current trends. The Persian inspired designer has selected the finest handmade French lace, Italian silks and gorgeous embellishments that add ample romance to the collection.  The use of luxurious fabrics such as satin organza and soft English tulle add movement and personality.  The collection stays true to its mission of light-weight and ultra-luxurious gowns, each with impeccable structure and fit with a built-in bustier, entirely hand-sewn in the U.S.A. The Spring 2016 collection is one to be remembered as Sareh...
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23 Apr

Zac Posen | Fall 2015 | NYC Bridal Week

Truly Zac Posen Fall 2015 is an attentive study of stylized architecture. Tailored classicism erupts In engineered lines that simplify or bewilder as the constructions dictate. Says Zac Posen, "The collection responds to modernist Ideals of purity and refinement through the rhetoric of craft and the celebration of melodic lines. l was inspired by how different fabrications would take the seam for a walk on a woman's body, and down the aisle.“ The bridal gowns are presented in a wide array of fabrications and cuts to cater to all occasions and settings. Drawn from Posen's artisanal craftsmanship, bonded lace is rendered in an off-the shoulder, body hugging gown that cascades to the floor in a dramatic train to complement a very sensual open back. A sweetheart strapless gown is enhanced with...
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22 Apr

“The Butterfly Effect” – Ines Di Santo – SS/2016

Couture Bridal Collection Spring/Summer 2016 "The Butterfly Effect" For Spring 2016, Ines Di Santo is inspired by the promise of the coming season. Chantilly lace gowns feel fresh in watercolor shades of blue, champagne and pink are masterfully constructed with airy tulle and satin layers. Sweeping removable over skirts in tiered textures of Guipure and Alençon lace are light to the touch and luminous. Sheer panels and intricate embroidery recall the delicateness of a butterfly's wings as vine-like motifs unfurl themselves along bodices and full skirts. The season flourishes before one's eyes with gold leaf lace and pearl seeding reminiscent of cherry blossoms and exotic garden flowers. In addition to Ines Di Santo's classic mermaid silhouette, the collection boasts ethereal ball gowns dotted with pearls and...
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21 Apr

NYC Bridal Week – Angel Sanchez – Spring 2016 –

  Angel Sanchez www.angelsanchezusa.com Spring 2016 Bringing out the best to the modern bride; Angel Sanchez focuses on exquisite designs using elegant fabrics to create his spring 2016 collection shown during bridal fashion week in New York....
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