For the glamorous bride – Galia Lahav
The Israeli designer juxtaposes plunging necklines, open backs and figure-hugging silhouettes with exquisite details, grand trains and dreamy layers that result in glamorous and sensual creations. Equally feminine, alluring and extravagant, Galia Lahav’s gowns are all about bringing red carpet glamour to a wedding. Its Gala by Galia Lahav line is aimed at creating more affordable wedding dresses with the same glamour of its main collections.
For the modern romantic – David Fielden
The British designer is known for his innovative bridalwear that melds modern elements with traditional fabrics. His chic designs are a hit with brides seeking fashion-forward gowns that are still very romantic and feminine.
For the ethereal bride – Paolo Sebastian
At 26 years old, Australian designer Paul Vasileff has already made a name for himself in the bridal industry with his label Paolo Sebastian. Celebs including Corinne Foxx, Kris Jenner, Dannii Minogue and local actress Felicia Chin have all been spotted in his creations, which manage to balance sexiness with ethereal charm. Expect intricate embellishments, super sheer layers and flowing silhouettes.
For the unconventional bride – Peter Langner
“There’s no specific look for each of my collection. I design for all brides,” says Peter Langner. And it’s true. For the Italian designer’s 2016 bridal collection, the looks range from beautiful lace creations to ones with unexpected details. His love for architectural styles is unmistakable, influenced by his background in creating coats and jackets for couture houses. The result? Beautifully sculpted gowns that are tailored to fit the feminine form.
For the classic bride – St. Patrick by Pronovias
St. Patrick’s gowns play with clean, classic silhouettes accentuated with beautiful lace details and impeccable cuts. Think princess gowns in lustrous satin and lace, mermaids with majestic trains and regal ballgowns that withstand the test of time.
For the modern sophisticated bride -Ines Di Santo
Veronica Di Santo-Abramowicx of the Toronto-based Ines Di Santo label prefers to create a unique look for every bride. She combines her European aesthetics with an innate sense of design and experiments with silk, lace, embroidery and embellishments to create the perfect gown.
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