NEW YORK — Oscar de la Renta has been creating wedding gowns for private clients for years, and now he’s taking his nuptial notions to a wider audience with a new collection. The line, Oscar de la Renta Bridal, juxtaposes fresh shapes with...
NEW YORK — Oscar de la Renta has been creating wedding gowns for private clients for years, and now he’s taking his nuptial notions to a wider audience with a new collection. The line, Oscar de la Renta Bridal, juxtaposes fresh shapes with his signature flirtatious details, which include intricate beadwork, flamenco flounces and
Alençon lace. The designer believes, he says, that a bride should be "feminine, pretty and romantic. I keep all of those things in mind when I’m designing a bridal gown." Here, a white silk moiré dress with a dramatically tiered skirt. For more on his business, see page 6.
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