Tag Archives: bridal gowns
Posted on 14. Sep, 2011 by Bridezilla.
Tweet When it comes to body skimming styles made from the silkiest of materials, the twenties and thirties should come to mind. With their strong shouldered, elongated lean looks, these eras-gone-by inspired gowns bring an almost negligee sans any vulgarity to the soiree. And as ‘soiree’ implies, make it the ultimate throw back by holding [...]
Posted on 17. Aug, 2011 by Bridezilla.
Tweet Filipino couturier Michael Cinco began his career designing hotel uniforms for a Japanese firm, but was soon persuaded by a friend to pick up and move to haute couture haven Dubai in the mid-90s. Having revamped a stale fashion house in the Middle East, he quickly started to build a name for himself. To [...]
Posted on 27. Jul, 2011 by Bridezilla.
Tweet High bridal fashion, when drooping from a hanger, can be boring but bring it to life in a fantastical landscape with soft beams of light and that same gown can transform into the most glorious work of art. Vogue, in its various cultural incarnations from the U.S. to Italy to Korea, has been a [...]
Posted on 20. Jul, 2011 by Bridezilla.
Tweet Australian bridal designer Johanna Johnson is bringing back 1920s and 30s art deco in a big way. When she was searching for her own wedding gown she was let down by the lack of options. Having a graphic design background, she sketched her own gown and hired an experienced seamstress to bring it to [...]
Posted on 08. Jun, 2011 by Bridezilla.
Tweet At the beginning of the year we put together a series, This Year’s Biggest Weddings Part I and Part II, on the celeb engagements that would likely turn into mammoth weddings this year. Of the 16 couples profiled, four have danced down the aisle. Can you guess which couples?