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Bridal Collections Fall 2013

Here, a roundup of the season's latest bridal collections.

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Here, a roundup of the season’s latest bridal collections.


Amsale: Tradition went out the window this season as Amsale Aberra started her show with a few dresses in a variety of colors, as well as a floral-print chiffon number.

 

Badgley Mischka: Their latest bridal collection is strong on both slender and full gowns, many embroidered most dramatically.

Carolina Herrera: The designer’s bridal gowns included tiers full of frou, siren trumpet shapes and sexy one-shoulder numbers.


Christos: Under the creative direction of Amsale Aberra, the show was filled with traditional princesslike gowns in lace, chiffon and tulle.

Claire Pettibone: Gowns had touches of lingerie inspiration with pastel colored embroideries, delicate lace and playful ribbon sashes.

 

Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld: The collection was full of dramatic details — bold tiers and ruffles, lots of floral appliqués and embroidery — on ballgown and mermaid shapes.


Douglas Hannant: It was the sheer looks and the gray floral embroidery on a white gown that were standouts this season.

 

Fancy Bridal: Designer Gregory Nato offered vintage-inspired wedding dresses in iconic silhouettes ranging from belted strapless gowns to sweet lace frocks.

Kenneth Pool: Amsale Aberra turned out an elaborate and glamorous collection filled with dramatic trumpet dresses and grand ballgowns.

 

Lela Rose: The sexy trumpet silhouette was supreme at Lela Rose, featured in both simple and ornate versions.

 

Marchesa: Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s collection was filled with froufrou on both short and long bridal looks.

 

Monique Lhuillier: Gowns were elegant and romantic with floral appliqués, delicate lace and pretty embroideries.

Nicole Miller: The designer went the traditional route with embellished strapless dresses, delicate lace gowns and simple yet elegant empire-waist numbers.

 

Oscar de la Renta: The designer presented a tight lineup of traditional gowns, most worked in variations of delicate lace and fanciful tiers.

 

Rafael Cennamo: High on glamour, the designer’s bridal collection was filled with traditional gowns with a modern twist.

 

Reem Acra: The collection went global with echoes of Renaissance Italy, Greece and Spain that surfaced in an abundance of lace, allover draping and a trace of Flamenco

 

Rivini: Rita Vinieris turned out a sophisticated and elegant collection filled with trumpet-shaped gowns, short-sleeve lace bodices and even a few shorter frocks.

 

Romona Keveza: From her romantic white lace strapless gowns to the shocking pink peplum evening numbers, there was something for every bride.

Temperley London:
Alice Temperley showed a pretty collection with elegant lace, delicate embroidery and cascading tiers, all worked on easy silhouettes.


Vera Wang:
It was all about drama, as the designer sent out a collection filled with beautiful embroideries, romantic lace and high-volume cascading tiers.

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