Leeor’s Bridal Market Recap: Day 1

Posted by Caitlin on Oct 11, 2013

By: Leeor Pilo 

We made it! Day one of New York Bridal Market is complete, and we’re still in awe of all the new collections we encountered. Want to know our top picks from each designer? Keep reading!


Dress Designer (clockwise from top left): Theia 

Theia – The White Collection by Theia is ideal for the bride who loves the feminine details of traditional wedding gowns, yet seeks a modern edge in form and function. Theia even designed a sequined and hand-embroidered sweatshirt for the bride that really wants to make a statement. We also saw gorgeous silk organza, delicate touches of gold, satin petals, and a ballgown with hidden pockets! Now, how genius is that?


Dress Designer (clockwise from top left): David’s Bridal

David’s Bridal – Did you know David’s Bridal offers bridesmaid dresses in 45 different colors? Since ombre bridesmaids dresses are becoming a trend, they introduced new colors in this collection so each bridesmaid can have a shade of her very own. Their most popular colors? Apple Red, Plum, and Biscotti– a neutral that is versatile enough to be worn in every season! Brides also have a lot of options to choose from at David’s Bridal; from skinny to thick-belted sashes, layers of tulle with lace embroidery, and flirty high-low gowns in both ivory and champagne.


Jewelry Designer : Miriam Haskell

Miriam Haskell – Since opening her first shop in 1926, Miriam Haskell does not disappoint with her ultra-luxe vintage designs and statement jewelry. Our favorite fact about her collection? It’s inspired by the chic Jackie Kennedy herself! This collection combines surprising materials like supple leather in pastels, gold filigree and pearls.


Dress Designer (from left to right): Monique Lhuillier

Monique Lhuillier – Tulle, tulle, tulle! Monique Lhuillier’s show was absolutely ethereal and full of breathtaking gowns that would make any bride feel like a princess on her big day. Everything about this collection was truly romantic and full of lace! Our favorite? An exquisite gown that featured an illusion neckline and lace sleeves– perfection!