Gowns Inspired by the '60s from Anne Barge Spring 2018

A collection of timeless designs that draw from female style icons of the chic 1960s.

Gowns Inspired by the '60s from Anne Barge Spring 2018

Photo: Sarra Fleur

Talk about timeless pieces! Anne Barge’s Spring 2018 collection, which debuted at New York Bridal Fashion Week, is comprised of 19 stunning gowns that combine the elegance of the design house with style icons of the 1960s. The goal was simple: to create a beautiful and wearable batch of ensembles that drew from some of the most notable women of the past to dress brides in a garment in which they could truly shine. Who wouldn’t feel confident in a gown designed with a famous lady from the stylish ‘60s in mind?

The collection features graceful frocks, such as “Francoise,” a gorgeous V-neck ball gown with heavy embellishments;  “Birkin,” an A-line gown with a goddess vibe; and “Bardot,” a sleek column ensemble with a detachable train for an extra dramatic flare. These striking pieces are completely in line with the Anne Barge philosophy: “Good design is timeless.” See these gowns and more in the slideshow above!

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