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Category Archives: Show Reports

Bridal Spring 2017 – Angel Sanchez

Angel Sanchez’s Bridal Spring 2017 collection is definitely one of our favorites at this Bridal Fashion Week runway show.  Sanchez took us way back with voluminous ball gown skirts with intricate lace detailing and 3-D florals reminiscent of the 50’s fashion trends. “This collection is very Audrey Hepburn with all the grace and femininity of ’50s fashion,”…

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Bridal Spring 2017 – J.Mendel

  Gilles Mendel of J.Mendel went blue for his Bridal Spring 2017 collection at the Bridal Fashion Week with a delicate and romantic lineup. With silhouettes from his fall runway reinterpreted in the collection, we see slender, figure hugging strapless gowns, some long-sleeve looks in a masterful blend of silks and chiffon. Cut-out waists, sheer illusion bodice, well…

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Bridal Spring 2017 – Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta designer Peter Copping followed up his Fall 2016 wedding dresses with a timeless Bridal Spring 2017 collection at the Bridal Fashion Week. “It’s important that the offering reflects the modern woman. “I don’t like trends. Women should choose what works for them, not trends,” he stated back stage. This new collection…

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#SAFW2016: Rubicon

  Johannesburg-based label, Rubicon brought drama (albeit, a beautiful one) to the South African Fashion Week 2016. The unique garden setting that served as their showcase set was the perfect scenery for an almost angelic collection. White and pale pink numbers with voluminous details that somehow, managed not to look too OTT, were the designer’s…

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Too Adorable! Carol Gracias Makes History As First Pregnant Woman To Walk The Runway In India

  Carol Gracias walked the runway at India’s Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2016 with her beautiful baby bump on display making her the first pregnant woman ever to walk a runway in India. The beautiful model was so graceful as she strut the runway in a sari from Gaurang Shah’s spring/summer collection. Speaking on…

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