On Friday, our editors spent the day at Pier 94 drooling over gorgeous wedding gowns and sparkling accessories from different designers. All the while, our fashion gurus were jetting from show to show across the Big Apple. Want to get in on all the action? You totally can! Links to our editor’s recaps follow below:
Kim’s Recap – Kim spent the day at Pier 94, the hub of Bridal Market. Literally! Check out her recap for gems like a crystal-edged veil by Ariel Jennifer Taub, an Olia Zavozina long-sleeved lace wedding gown Kate Middleton would LOVE, and Gatsby-inspired bridal sashes by Ossai.
Leeor’s Recap – Leeor’s recap includes some surprising fashion risks! Case in point: an all-pink collection by Vera Wang, crown veils on Lazaro’s heiress models, pantsuits from Alfred Angelo (so cool), and 60’s-inspired detailing from Temperley London.
Of course, this is only a snippet of our exclusive Bridal Market coverage. Check our main Bridal Fashion Week page for collection slideshows, our Instagram and Twitter feeds, and plenty more!
Photos (clockwise from top left): Robert Mitra, courtesy of JLM Couture, Dan Lecca (2). Dresses (clockwise from top left): Bari Jay, Alvina Valenta, Wtoo, Monique Lhuillier
Bridesmaid dresses have come a long way since the days of garish fabrics and giant shoulder pads – nowadays, bridesmaid styles are stylish, flattering and totally wearable post-wedding. In just a few short days, we’ll be checking out the newest dresses at New York Bridal Market (are you following us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest yet?), so we took some time to predict what the newest bridesmaid trends will be. Check out our Fashion Ideas section to find out the top 10 trends we think will be hot, hot, hot in bridesmaid dresses this season (hint: glam is back!). And don’t forget to tell us in the comments below which bridesmaid dress styles are your favorites!
Dresses by (from left): Olia Zavozina, Berta. Photos by Robert Mitra
Well, it’s that time of year again! In just a few short days, we’ll be heading up to New York City to see the newest designer wedding dresses at Bridal Market. So to get ready for the biggest event in bridal fashion, we thought it would be wise to take a look back at our favorite wedding dresses from last season – the styles that really wowed us. Two of our editors’ personal faves are pictured above: a pink textured rosette A-line gown by Olia Zavozina, and a romantic long-sleeved gown with a plunging neckline and body-hugging silhouette by Berta. Both of these gorgeous gowns were photographed at Pier 94, the hub of New York Bridal Market. Be sure you’re following us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram to get inside scoop on what’s new in bridal fashion. See you on the runway!
Yesterday, we asked you to vote in the first round of our Wedding Dress Trend Semifinals. Now it’s time for Part 2, featuring the winners of the lace, short wedding dress, and mermaid polls going head-to-head.
Dresses by (from left): Ines Di Santo, Encore by Watters, Anna Maier/Ulla-Maija Couture
Photos by Dan Lecca
So tell us:
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Yesterday, we asked you to pick your favorite sleeve style. Seems like most of you prefer just a hint of coverage, in the form of cap sleeves.
This morning, we’re talking lace – the most feminine and romantic of fabrications. At bridal market this season, we saw designers use lace in entirely new and unique ways. So now we’re wondering which of these new lace styles are you most psyched about?
Dresses (from left) by Douglas Hannant, Alfred Angelo, Ines Di Santo
Photos by Dan Lecca
So tell us: