For his fall 2014 Theia White collection, Don O’Neill delivered modern, clean silhouettes infused with “the Midas touch,” as he put it. Thus there were various versions of gold, from a bold brocade gown to a delicate style in filigree on French Chantilly lace. More traditional looks included beautiful embroidered gowns and one in delicate glass beading, while a hooded cloak number would be just the ticket for the drama-seeking bride.

For his fall 2014 Theia White collection, Don O’Neill delivered modern, clean silhouettes infused with “the Midas touch,” as he put it. Thus there were various versions of gold, from a bold brocade gown to a delicate style in filigree on French Chantilly lace. More traditional looks included beautiful embroidered gowns and one in delicate glass beading, while a hooded cloak number would be just the ticket for the drama-seeking bride.

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