NEW YORK — Instead of continuing along as a stepchild of sorts of the fashion industry, bridal designers seem to be making their businesses more of-the-moment.
Beyond the more timely and less princess-y wedding gowns that were seen in recent bridal runway shows and presentations, there seemed to be a more relaxed yet still purposeful way of doing things. Instead of just showing their latest collections, designers showed off their multitasking skills.
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