Spring 2016 gave way to a new wedding trend, jumpsuits. The new modern style is sleek and sophisticated catering to the bride who doesn’t want to wear a traditional dress. Ideal for any wedding occasion the jumpsuit or romper is especially perfect for a City Hall wedding. The designs complement femininity with daring neckline cuts, tight waistlines, and lacy material.
The Rebecca Schoneveld Bride is a woman who loves to move freely, laugh easily, and love honestly. Rebecca’s designs are fueled by a sense of restrained romanticism and elegant minimalism, as well as by her modern Brooklyn clientele. Each gown is designed with timeless, intelligent details that deftly enhance a woman’s natural beauty, with a conscious effort made to not overwhelm the wearer with too much “fashion” but rather to allow her personality to fully shine.
Viktor&Rolf is the avant-garde luxury fashion house founded in 1993 by Dutch designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren after their graduation from the Arnhem Academy of Art and Design. Widely recognized and respected for its provocative Haute Couture and conceptual glamour, the house of Viktor&Rolf aspires to create spectacular beauty and unexpected elegance through an unconventional approach to fashion.
Quintessentially British, deeply romantic, ethereal and decadent wedding dresses exquisitely executed from the finest tulles, silks and laces and adorned with intricate embroidery crafted and applied by hand.
“The dress should be a girl’s only make-up” These words define Delphine Manivet’s vision and her natural recent move from Bridal to Couture. When Delphine landed in bridal ten years ago she rewrote the rules with her youthful energy and her graceful modernity, making gowns for women who know fashion well and who consider their wedding as a continuity of something, not as a beginning. They want to be themselves, for sure, only prettier. That’s what Delphine Manivet like more than anything: making women beautiful. Her collections, both bridal and evening wear, are representative of a timeless fashion, drawn from past inspirations and constantly reinterpreted depending on what she sees, hears or feels and what she thinks people would like to wear in the future. She makes that her present take on fashion.