Buenos Aires in the Fifties — what Mark Badgley lovingly referred to as “the Paris of South America” — was the starting point for his and James Mischka’s glamorous fall bridal collection, which contained princess styles and slinky siren gowns in sleeveless and strapless silhouettes. “Even when the dresses have volume, they’re light as a feather,” Badgley said of the lineup, done in tulle, silk chiffon, georgette and mikado. “We always do the pinky test.” Bejeweled and opulent, most of the gowns were worked with metallic lace, sequins, beading and sheer illusion detailing — and some had a retro vibe with embroideries inspired by vintage diamonds.

By  on October 9, 2015

Buenos Aires in the Fifties — what Mark Badgley lovingly referred to as "the Paris of South America" — was the starting point for his and James Mischka's glamorous fall bridal collection, which contained princess styles and slinky siren gowns in sleeveless and strapless silhouettes. "Even when the dresses have volume, they're light as a feather," Badgley said of the lineup, done in tulle, silk chiffon, georgette and mikado. "We always do the pinky test." Bejeweled and opulent, most of the gowns were worked with metallic lace, sequins, beading and sheer illusion detailing — and some had a retro vibe with embroideries inspired by vintage diamonds.

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