Trend Report: NY Bridal Fashion Week
While it can sporadically seem as though my life is engulfed in a sea of silk, lace and tulle confections, this season's Bridal Market caught my eye and held my attention with consistently fresh frocks sent down the runways by nearly every designer. I can hardly contain my editorial excitement for upcoming shoots, as all the bridal design world seemed to have been in clear consensus upon some seriously stylish updates on wedding day dress. So after a whirlwind of shows and presentations entailing swanky locales like The Dior Suite at The Ritz and the birchwood lined showroom of bridal newbie Naeem Khan, I've rounded up my most favorite trends for the upcoming nuptial season.
Baroque and Roll
18th Cent. European detailing takes center stage in the form of appliqués and lace patterns
From saturated champagne to bridal blue and pink, it's out with the old and in with the hues.
Sciaparelli-esque pleating makes for light-weight gowns that float down the aisle or across a dancefloor.
Little Bow Peep
This long-overlooked retro take on feminine glamour has made a big time bridal return–and we love it.