The ethereal collection is going to make all future brides dream come true. Mira Zwilinger uses the finest fabrics and materials sourced from Milan and Paris. She creates eye-catching couture collections without any compromise, each with their own story. The new collection “Whisper of Blossom ” showcases soft wedding gowns that will make you feel you are reading a fairy tale story.
Each handmade gowns have a delicate touch and I think this is the WOW factor many brides are looking for on their special day.
Runway: Photographer : Dan Lecca/ Anton Oparin
Photos Courtesy of Mira Zwillinger
NY Brides can purchase the gowns at Mark Ingram Atelier
Joy Morris is renowned in the Australian bridal industry and is now making a name for herself known in the United States. Last year, I featured some of the collection and had many views.
The Fall 2017 collection will sure to get your attention. This season, Joy created stunning gowns that will show a brides sexy side. If you are daring and not afraid to show your curves, this is the collection for you.
This is a WOW gown!!! Check out the back…
Images Courtesy of Pallas Couture
Some places you can purchase…
Lihi Hod is the leading fashion designer in Israel. Lihi Hod went to Paris to work at Dior, alongside fashion designer John Galliano.When she returned to Israel, and after working in many fashion brands, Lihi established her own signature studio in 2010, specializing in designing wedding dresses.
Her collection is very unique in aesthetic. Many of the Isareli brands have a signature look but Lihi Hod sets herself apart by designing timeless elegant gowns inspired by the past with the contemporary, chic and nonchalant attitude of the present. Fall 2017, you will see a sexy boho chic collection with lace, beading and stunning flowy A- line silhouette.
Modern minimalistic gowns are what New York brides are always on the hunt for to wear on their special day. Amsale is the designer to seek as her gowns are elegant, soft, structured and make the “WOW” statement. Here are some looks from bridal market.
I love a designer who is not afraid to play around with bright colors and make gowns that look like a wedding gown. Going through images, it was so hard to pick favorites as I loved all the Gemy gowns from the Fall 2017 collections. Gemy Maalouf draws her inspiration from the magic of colors and the harmony of textiles to weave collections that tell a story through every piece. Lost for words…you will have to see for yourself.
Images Courtesy of Gemy Maalouf
Let us go back to the Garden of Eden… Especially with the weather changing, I would love to go to beautiful warm garden. The designer Kelly Faetanini designed a dreamy collection that takes your imagination there.
Kelly Faetanini created circular motifs with flowers, embroidery and lace. This upcoming season, you will find romantic, flowing fabrics and embroidered textures in blush and ivory hues for each gown. Experience a divine perspective inspired by heavenly and mystic existence…
Brides, if you are preparing for your 2017 wedding, make sure to check out Kelly Faetanini…..
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.