Bridal Market just ended in New York City and it was a week full of gowns, gowns, gowns and more gowns. It was great to preview the upcoming Fall 2017 collections. This week we will focus on some of new designers who are doing things differently.
Brides, be on the look out for the trunk shows…
Nurit Hen is an Isareli Designer who is making a name for herself in the United States. The gowns are an art creation that drapes the body like a glove. Each dress is beautifully beaded and well constructed with luxurious fabrics and lace. With names like Galiah Lahav, Inbal Dror and Berta who are making an impact in the market, we now have another option to add to the list. Let us take a look at the stunning looks that grace the runway during New York Bridal Market.
Good morning!!!! So excited to share this great news with you. I have been inspired by your comments so this Fall Lord willing Fashion4Brides will host its first POP UP Shop. The POP UP Shop is to help future brides find unique gowns they would not be able to find in boutiques or department stores. I plan to also bring the POP UP shop to a city near you! I have to start home first….
I am currently looking for vendors who like to partner in this awesome opportunity. More details to follow. Thank you so much for your comments and liking the postings.
From all the collections that I have seen during bridal market, Ines Di Santo Spring 2017 collection was my on my top 5 list. I have been a huge fan of Ines Di Santo for years and hope one day to wear her gown on my special day.
This season, Ines focused on the true essence of Spring by showcasing many floral designs. The lace and embroidery in the collection are breathtaking. I want to try on every style. See some of my favorites…….
Weiz Dhurm Franklyn is a young Nigerian designer who is making headlines. The collection was debuted in 2015. This is the designer to watch. Frankly is definitely creating unique avnte-garde collections. The collection stand out pieces made in organza, sheer cuts and silk gowns. Every women will feel sexy in Franklyn’s silhouettes. See the sexy styles below……
Ann Lowe made history in 1953 when she designed a wedding gown for former the first lady.
Ann Lowe was an American fashion designer and the first African American to become a noted fashion designer. Lowe’s one-of-a-kind designs were a favorite among socialites from the 1920s to the 1960s. In 1953, she designed the ivory silk taffeta wedding dress worn by Jackie Kennedy.
In 1950, Lowe opened a salon in New York city on Lexington Avenue where she created one of a kind pieces for high society women. So excited to be highlighting Ann Lowe as she opened doors for many designers today.