At her Garden Party in the Park-themed Fall 2019 bridal presentation, Lela Rose revealed a collection of gowns that takes the traditional bridal uniform for a modern-day spin. While cocktails and Dominique Ansel pastries were passed, guests enjoyed taking in a fresh array of gowns for the season ahead.
Romeo, O Romeo! For Fall 2018, Wtoo by Watters’ Collection “At First Sight” drew inspiration from the age old tale of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. This collection incorporates romantic corset-style necklines and pressed floral detailing to represent flowers gifted from a loved one.
For Spring 2019, Elie Saab channeled Austrian royalty. Each gown in the collection has a distinctly airy feel, featuring form-fitting bodices, and both A-line and full skirts to create a timeless silhouette for an elegant bride. Flowing trains and intricate beading work together to create the modern-yet-traditional aesthetic that Saab is known for. Paging Ms. Markle - this collection is perfect for a regal affair.
Dana Harel’s designs beautifully blend contemporary and graceful elements, and consist of feminine details such as flowing cuts, hand embroidery, and intricate beading. Taking inspiration from caftans and gallabia dresses that originate from the Middle East, the 2018 collection embodies a luxurious, free spirited-attitude that globally-minded brides-to-be are sure to fall for.