For his 2016 collection for Kleinfeld Bridal, Mark Zunino imagines a progressive, contemporary woman with a strong sense of individuality. Designs include elevated classics that are both refined and dramatic, with mod silhouettes and striking details. "Curve-hugging construction and all-natural fabrics, like silk and cotton, evolve her bridal look and create space for her undeniable self-expression," the designer says.
Unique, unexpected embellishments ensure that brides will stand out. A number of designs feature black details, like the crepe gowns with black floral and geometric patterns on the front. Another gown is adorned with black silk organza feathers, and a dramatic ball gown is covered in a painted floral design in black. A jewel motif can be found on other designs, such as a ball gown and fit-and-flare dress with jeweled waistbands. Discover a unique moiré pattern utilized across trumpet, fit-and-flare, and ball gown silhouettes. Finally, voluminous skirts add drama in the form of ruffles and organza layered flounce.
See Mark Zunino's latest collection in the slideshow above! Be sure to also take a look at Kleinfeld Bridal's other collections by Pnina Tornai and Dennis Basso, and explore additional wedding dress slideshows from bridal fashion week.