Vintage-Style Bridal Looks from Laure de Sagazan Fall 2018

The pieces were inspired by the 1930s, with a French bohemian twist.

Vintage-Style Bridal Looks from Laure de Sagazan Fall 2018

Photo: Masato Onoda

This may have been her first time staging a runway show during New York Bridal Fashion Week, but Laure de Sagazan is no newcomer to the bridal world. She launched her namesake label in 2011, and brought a Parisian je ne sais quoi to bridal with her timeless pieces. She has quickly become known for her signature statement separates, boho silhouettes, and delicate French lace details.

Her fall 2018 collection was an extension of her 2018 campaign, which was photographed in France at the Villa Cavrois, a modernist mansion built in the 1930s, all reflected in the architectural lines of the collection. The dresses had a romantic, French bohemian flair with looks that included an effortless lace t-shirt worn over a slip dress; a cool jumpsuit with a lace bodice overlay; a charming vintage-inspired lace bodice and crepe column dress; and a serene puff-sleeve jacket paired with a full circle skirt. See these styles and more in the slideshow above!

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Photos by Masato Onoda