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Canadian Bridal & Evening designer Rita Vinieris never fails to stun her audience. Her effort for Spring 2019 continued her awe inspiring streak when she debuted her RIVINI and ALYNE Collections during NY Bridal Week
In the dark & vibey setting at the Crosby Hotel, designer Morgan Hoffman presented her second collection under her “Girlboy” label, this time adding “Weekend”, a contemporary collection designed to sit along side the Ready to Wear collection.
The Watters bridal show was truly one to see. Broken up into Willowby (The Folklore collection), w•too (At First Sight Collection), and Watters (Ame Soeur Collection), the gowns were a combination of elegance, youthfulness & modern-day fairytale.
Laure de Sagazan did “it” again this season with her SS18 collection. The gowns shown this season were a fresh cleanse to the palette for a young carefree bride looking just to enjoy the simplest, all be they important, moments.
In the bridal market, White dresses are rarely news worthy, but for Claire Pettibone‘s Fall 2018, White, or in this case, Cream, Parchment, Off-White… is the main point.
In what was without a doubt the most seamlessly merchandised collection of NYFW, Portuguese designer Katty Xiomara presented Spring 2018 on the runways of Skylight Clarkson Square.
Darling of NYCity Society set Zang Toi was seeing Green at his Spring 2018 collection show! Money green, not yet, but Emerald Green for sure. As the 1st 1st Lady Ivana Trump & the diva-licious Patti Labelle looked on
What do we do if we had a fly’s life, only 24 hours to live? That’s the question Berlin based designer Marcel Ostertag posed this season as he designed his Spring 2018 runway collection.
Laure de Sagazan was a breath of fresh air, when showcasing at The Standard, Highline for Spring 2018. Creams, Off-White & Pure White were all present this season.
Pnina Tornai did not hold anything back in her 2018 Couture Collection. Expressing a theme of both “fragility & the strength of the unbreakable” Tornai showcased Swarovski crystals