Bridal Fashion Week : Designer Roundup
October 14, 2015
The biggest names in luxury bridal have descended upon NYC for the landmark event that is Bridal Fashion Week. Bringing together icons, models, and fashion gurus from the world of weddings, Bridal Fashion Week displayed the trends and looks of the season to come. From flapper dresses to elaborate headpieces, the runways saw it all. Check out some of our favorite looks by the top designers below, and get ready to say “I do” to these glamorous new gowns.
Inspired by the street style of NYC, Amsale delivered a gorgeous, eclectic collection of signature looks. With subtle embellishments and impeccable tailoring, Amsale’s line features a diverse range of styles for the 2016 season. Reem Acra
Reem Acra’s designs are known for their glamour, sensuality, and sexy edge, and her line this Bridal Fashion Week had all the above. With her models donning bedazzled headphones, they sparkled from head to toe. These stunning looks – characterized by glam and authenticity – would make any woman feel confident and fabulous. Vera Wang
Dovetailing off of her previous Madrid-inspired line, Vera Wang brought her fall bridal collection to life with daring, sultry looks. With varied lengths, layers, and add-ons, each piece is unique. Some dresses even boldly incorporated contrast by using the color black. Vogue sums it up, stating that “the ethos of the collection was clear: Wang wants her bride to feel sexy and sensual, with hints of the exotic.” We dare a bride to feel any other way in one of Wang’s masterpieces. Monique Lhuillier
Romantic, feminine, and at the pinnacle of beauty, Monique Lhuillier’s designs have come to be a brand of their own. “My Fall 2016 bridal collection is an elaborate fantasy inspired by a romantic and opulent garden,” Lhuillier told E! of her most recent line. “Ultra-feminine gowns with beading and layers upon layers of tulle create an ethereal dream.” We couldn’t agree more. Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta’s Fall collection is as stunning as it is timeless. Incorporating subtle lace into floor-length gowns, these looks are feminine, unique, and strikingly beautiful. Another winning line by the famed designer comes as no surprise. Naeem Khan
Flower crowns and beaded gowns summed up Naeem Khan’s forthcoming line. The designer’s sultry designs carry an air of Spanish influence, with bold accessories to top it all off. Khan first generated buzz back in 2013, and with this line’s iteration he’s solidified himself as a top designer in bold bridal couture. Jenny Yoo
There are three words to describe Jenny Yoo’s latest line: soft, airy, and romantic. Featuring both wedding dresses and bridesmaids dresses, Yoo’s line appeals to brides (and bridesmaids!) of all types. We can’t get enough of the pure, bohemian looks these models donned. Marchesa
Introducing “an allure of featherlight elements coming together to embody the collection’s ethereal essence,” Marchesa’s 2016 collection is dreamy, glamorous, and detailed to perfection. The models showcased a line of tulle, beading, and removable peplums, summarizing the quintessential look that is Marchesa.