New York Bridal Fashion Week took place last week with designers from all around the world showcasing their incredible Spring/ Summer 16 Collections.

Trends included stunning cascading embellishments, ultra-romantic laces  and timeless elegant silhouettes.

Florals crept into many designers collections with stunning new takes and approaches of working them into designs.

Oscar de la Renta’s 25 piece spring collection including looks for a flower girl, which oozed with sophistication and femininity. Since the passing of one of the greatest fashion designers ever lived, Peter Copping paid homage to Oscar De La Renta by not shying away from the traditional ball gown. His designs ranged from tiered organza, floral & crystal embroidery to soft laces.

Peter Copping mentioned to the press after the show “ I wanted to offer a really good cross section of different styles of dresses so it would appeal to many brides’ and boy he did.

Playful tea length dresses and lace appliquéd cocktail numbers added a more modern and youthful approach to the phenomenal Oscar De La Renta brand.

Monique Lhuillier latest collection was inspired by jewellery boxes with a little ballerina inside.

Her collection was angelic and feminine with rich embroideries, deep necklines and dramatic tulles.

These modern fairy-tail designs were mixed with metallic beadwork and trumpet silhouettes to leave every bride to be swooning over each gown.

J.Mendel collection offers brides to be, a sleek and sophisticated gown with an understated elegance. The designer referenced the seventies era with halter silhouettes, chain embroidery and soft beading.

J. Mendel’s Spring/ Summer 16 designs are timeless with simple silhouettes that leaves every fashion forward bride wanting to see more.

We cannot wait to see what this week will bring from Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week.

Oscar De La Renta 


Monique Lhuillier

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J. Mendel