Vera Wang’s Fall 2019 collection is inspired by King Louis XIV and his grand palace of Versailles. Ethereal gowns with regal finishes like metallic lace and silk velvet ribbons are sure to make any bride feel like royalty on her special day.
Daphne Newman’s 2019 collection features couture veils, silk robes, and slips - each handmade with the finest fabrics (the designer even sourced the lace herself from Europe and the Middle East). Each piece achieves that elusive balance between fashion-forward and tradition, demonstrating to brides and the industry alike that you don’t have to choose one over the other.
Creative Direction • Daphne Newman and Raquelle Kilotaitis, Wedding Veils, Bridal Robes, Tulle Skirt, and Accessories • Daphne Newman, Gown • A La Robe from SPINA Bride, Photography: Robes - Eluvier Acosta, Veils - Raquelle Kilotaitis, Model • Cloe Paris Solati
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.