It’s fitting that the Sareh Nouri Spring 2018 Collection debuted in New York City during Bridal Fashion Week, as the designs were inspired by the location. “The fabrics, laces, and patterns that I selected and designed for this collection are reminiscent of this beautiful, modern, and affluent culture. New York City, 'The City of Dreams’ was forever in my thoughts as I created my new collection,” reveals Sareh Nouri. The 11 new gowns are lightweight and luxurious, with impeccable structure – all hand-sewn in the United States. “Peony” is a chic trumpet gown with a detachable bow for a train. In the stunning photo, it is shown in a bold pink, but brides desiring a more traditional hue can order it in ivory. The designer has made additional colors available upon request, allowing a blend of unconventional styles and a traditional bridal look. View this style and more in the slideshow ... Read More »
Known for bridal gowns that embrace the beauty of clean lines, Amsale does not disappoint with the introduction of the latest collection at Bridal Fashion Week in New York City. The newest looks showcase a delightful contrast between simplicity and drama – perfect for a bride who likes to mix and match to create her own style. Bows are a major motif throughout the new collection, featured in one way or another on nearly every gown. “Miller” has a high-neck bodice made of silk faille with a modern, structured bow at the front of the waist before the dress billows into a full tulle skirt. “Elona” is a silk magnolia bias-cut gown with a strapless, straight-across neckline; the train is made from a large bow that is reminiscent of the obi sash worn over traditional kimonos. Though shown with a slim skirt, “Sia” is a relaxed drop-waist top that could ... Read More »
To honor his 25 years in bridal couture, Peter Langner made a new collection for Bridal Fashion Week that both looked back on the past and towards the future. At his atelier in Milan, Italy, attention to detail is paramount, with the staff even creating their own sequins. It is at the Italian atelier where each ensemble is meticulously designed, sewn, and hand beaded using high-quality fabrics from Italy and France. The designer refers to his style as “minimalist opulence,” which is evident in the latest spring 2018 collection, which features couture looks while still being wearable for real-life brides. Several of the ball gowns feature pockets, to the delight of brides who want to maintain a level of practicality on their wedding day. For those who want a different look between the ceremony and reception, without having to buy a whole new outfit, there are gowns that pair with ... Read More »
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