Bridal Market, Spring 2015: Junko Yoshioka

Junko Yoshioka’s Spring 2015 Bridal collection was edgy- yet classic

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Bridal Market, Spring 2015: Austin Scarlett

Austin Scarlett’s Spring 2015 collection is classic Hollywood glamour! His gowns are the perfect combination of classic, elegant- and sexy. Scarlett’s dresses have been described as being “Worthy of a Goddess”- I would definitely agree!

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Bridal Market, Spring 2015: Marchesa

Marchesa, Spring 2015 In the early part of the 20th century, many fashion shows were held in front of women while they brunched. Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, the design duo behind Marchesa, were most likely inspired by this idea for their spring 2015 bridal presentation. Instead of the normal runway, the space was set up with tables featuring Marchesa’s new tabletop pieces ready for afternoon champagne and cupcakes; and models walked around the tables allowing everyone to get a close look at the ball gown, mermaid, and tea-length silhouettes. The collection showed dresses with romantic lace bodices, elegant silk faille or ethereal tulle skirts, and silk chiffon Grecian draping. And mixed in all the beautiful white, a palest of blush showed up as a one-shoulder chiffon gown with floral lace embellished corset and cascading hem.

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