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For a bride with visions of Versailles on her mind, Nora is a gown fit for a queen. The dress is pure Marie Antoinette, as she lept off the canvas of a frolicsome Rococo painting. … Read More >
Petals unfolding in the early morning dew; a lush garden bursting with flowers, its blossoms fluttering gently in the wind—if a bride were to wear her bouquet, Nell would be that dress. … Read More >
I wanted all the gowns in this collection to reflect a very playful, girly feeling, and no gown is a better representation of that sentiment than Naya. … Read More >
Nessa is a gown that brings a particularly symbolic connection between those childhood dreams and the passage into womanhood. … Read More >
When I look at Nolita, I almost see a painting, if it were composed in three dimensions. … Read More >
Mae is a complete celebration of life and movement. Whimsical and organic, she’s the bride-as-bouquet!
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Mira is a very modern gown, yet with a simplicity that makes her timeless. … Read More >
Marie is really all about a very timeless, traditional silhouette—a very trim strapless bodice paired with a full ball gown skirt. … Read More >
A tulle ball gown with a romantic sweetheart neckline, and a basque waist fit for a princess—Melanie is a fairy tale wedding gown through and through. … Read More >
A bride dancing all through the night while the band plays on—in Matilda, a real bohemian spirit comes through. … Read More >