To me, Amsale was all about the fabric…no extraneous beading or lace, just beautiful fabrics cut into sleek silhouettes. Definitely a great pick for the city bride.
[runway images from WeddingWire, all other by me]
I always find the Amsale line the most modern out of the 3, and this year was no exception. My favorite was a dress you’ll find below, layers of tulle with a slight grid pattern over the skirt…so fashion forward and architectural!
You can see these and many more of the pictures from Bridal Market over on our Facebook page.
[images from Trent Bailey]
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I spent the weekend gallivanting around town for bridal market with some lovely ladies and wanted to show you some of my best of’s from the collections I saw…I’ll save my favorite for later today!
Amsale showed some great new stuff, and I was especially liking her dresses using this embossed looking jacquard fabric (bottom left). Very different and very fresh!
Kenneth Pool surprised me because I’m not usually a poofy dress kinda gal, but these were definitely done in a way I could totally support! Elegant and modern all at once.
Rivini was a new one for me this year, but I was more than happy for the introduction. Their ruffles were constrained in the most interesting way making the dress details incredibly 3D and textural, and their layers of fabrics with raw edges were some of my favs.
Romona Keveza is the queen when it comes to elegant draping and making a bride look her sexiest. Her final dress (bottom right corner) was filled with cascading petals, it was pretty amazing!
If you want to see more pro pics from all the shows, click over to Aisledash for all the latest galleries! You’ll eventually be able to find the rest of my photos from the shows I attended over on our Facebook page.
[images by Brooklyn Bride]