Romoza Keveza was celebrating 10 years of gorgeousness this year, so her couture collection started off with a retrospective of her designs over the years…it really is amazing how each and every one of them is still completely relevant to todays bride. Her new collection brought out some great detailing an frothiness…here are some images from past and present.
[images and video by Brooklyn Bride]
Sorry about the sideways video…shooting vertically does that for some reason.
In a word, Reem Acra‘s collection was perfection. The amount of detail that went into the dresses was divine, and I was totally loving the green grosgrain ribbon detailing.
I’ll be posting this weeks studio tour tomorrow so that we can continue with Bridal Market coverage.
Next up, Amsale. How she pulls together 3 completely separate collections is beyond me!
The ruffled applique flowers on this dress were one of my favs of the day…perfectly modern but still girly.
Roses seem to be a big theme this year.
The Eternity dress was definitely my favorite here…I love the tightness of the ruffles, its a modern approach to an otherwise frilly frock.
It seems like every year Bridal Market just gets better and better…this weekend I went to see 6 shows, all fabulous, so I’m going to share with you some of my least blurry photos of the dresses. First up is Christos.
I think this dress, Poeme, was my favorite from the collection…it was a subtle shade of grey, and the cascading flowers were a departure from what I usually go for.