Israeli designer Inbal Dror presented a strong fall bridal collection at Carnegie Hall, and the historical location was fitting for her regally romantic collection. Dror is known for her sensual, form-fitting silhouettes, and they were aplenty. For fall, though, she also showed her softer side, playing with 3-D florals, organza ruffles and ombré petals. Dror crafted a number of fashion-forward gowns such as a high-low vine-embroidered frock and a high-neck printed organza full skirt with ruffle trim — perfect for the nontraditional bride. There were loads of delicate lace and elaborate embroideries as well as lots of high shine as Dror’s creations had a rich bohemian flare. Key looks included a silver beaded sequin lace short can-can dress, a beaded V-neck gown with tiers of blush vintage lace and a sheer point d’esprit wrap dress.
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