For his fall bridal lineup, Alon Livné channeled the 19th century Russian ballet, in particular, the symbolic swan, which he reinterpreted via lace embroidery. “I love how delicate and beautiful [the swan] is, but at the same time so strong and powerful,” said Livné, who delivered that sentiment in sexy, shimmering gowns that showcased the body via illusion mesh and plunging necklines. A few silhouettes, including a column with bell sleeves, recalled the Twenties, while another gown riffed on the Edwardian with a high-neck and long sleeves. Intricate latticework and lace patterns adorned with pearls, metallic beads, ostrich feathers and Swarovski crystals upped the collection’s glamour quotient.

By  on October 12, 2015

For his fall bridal lineup, Alon Livné channeled the 19th century Russian ballet, in particular, the symbolic swan, which he reinterpreted via lace embroidery. “I love how delicate and beautiful [the swan] is, but at the same time so strong and powerful,” said Livné, who delivered that sentiment in sexy, shimmering gowns that showcased the body via illusion mesh and plunging necklines. A few silhouettes, including a column with bell sleeves, recalled the Twenties, while another gown riffed on the Edwardian with a high-neck and long sleeves. Intricate latticework and lace patterns adorned with pearls, metallic beads, ostrich feathers and Swarovski crystals upped the collection’s glamour quotient.Alon Livné White Bridal Fall 201637 Photos 

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