Best wedding designers in the world: 26 New Bridal Designers – The Best New Bridal Gown Designers


26 New Bridal Designers – The Best New Bridal Gown Designers

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Bridal has its mainstays, and you’ve undoubtedly heard their names before. That voluminous textured ball gown with a corseted bodice and a bit of edge is most likely a Vera Wang creation; while a silk faille A-line gown adorned with hand-cut appliqués is most likely an Oscar de la Renta or Carolina Herrera confection. That dreamy gown with a sweeping train and open back that you saw on Instagram at a jaw-droppingly gorgeous wedding in Italy? That was likely Monique Lhuillier. An expertly-cut lace ballgown with a traditional flair and fashion-forward details? Odds are that’s Haute Couture, likely from the ateliers of Dior or Valentino.

But bridal’s recent seasons have proved especially exciting for the bride seeking something unexpected—from a designer she’s never heard of. These fresh talents have ushered in a more competitive, dynamic, and diverse bridal fashion scene for those looking to stand out from the Chantilly-clad pack.

No matter what your personal style, these new designers (who hail from the U.S. and the world over) are driving the of-the-moment bridal conversation, offering twists on the traditional staples we’ve grown accustomed to. Introducing: bridal’s new guard.

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Danielle Frankel

Danielle Frankel doesn’t want ‘bridal’ to be considered a curse word in the fashion industry. “I’m looking to bring all of the fashion-forward elements of ready-to-wear to the bridal experience, and give women something that I see them looking for, but that they’re not finding: simple pieces that are technically beautiful, and investment pieces that you can carry beyond the wedding.”

Frankel, a runner-up in the CFDA Fashion Fund (the first time a bridal designer has entered the fund, let alone won one of its prizes) is all about taking the best parts of getting dressed–layering, styling, personalization–and applying them to bridal.

Her signature pieces like jackets, shirting, belts, gloves, jewelry and unique separates take center stage, and styling unique bridal looks with them lies at the core of her brand’s ethos. Her first collection debuted with major buzz as have her three collections since, and celebrity brides like Zoe Kravitz, Erin Foster, Katie Lee, and Julia Garner have all worn her looks for their big days. Frankel’s brand is one that’s all about giving women what they want, while still breaking the mold. As she tells BAZAAR Bride, “I want to challenge brides to take it one step further. My bride understands that being cool can also be classic.”


Hermione de Paula

Stints at Dior, Galliano, McQueen, and Giles (and a degree from Central Saint Martins) prepared British designer Hermoine de Paula for her foray into bespoke bridal. Her flair for “romantic surrealism” in both her prints and her design motifs results in sheaths and gowns that surprise and delight upon closer inspection.

When shopping this line, expect loads of intricate embroidery inspired by any and all things natural—from the ocean floor to English gardens. Brides can take the as is, or work with the house on customizations to each and every element of the gown, from the cut of the silhouette, to the placement of the embroidery, to even more personal touches, like weaving sentimental sayings, motifs, and more into the fabric. From a wreath of pastel blossoms framing a keyhole back to a sentimental line of poetry, or even your wedding date threaded into your waistline or cuff, this designer puts sentimentality, personalization, and quality above all else.



Sleek, chic, and cosmopolitan, Carly Cushnie is bringing her signature, sexy silhouettes to the aisle. The bridal industry might be jam-packed with new names (this story alone is case in point), but Cushnie stands out with her unadorned, no-frills take on bridal that fashion girls and minimalist brides will undoubtedly be attracted to.

This line is for those looking to show off an enviable frame, skip all-over lace, and opt out of all things over-the-top. Fancy yourself a modernist? Prepare to immediately find a style (or five) that speaks to you in Cushnie’s world. Even those who opt for a romantic, princess vibe down the aisle may find something here—the brand’s bridal range is also full of options for civil ceremonies, rehearsal dinners, and the after party.



This is the kind of label that the style-obsessed only dream of coming across when searching for new fashion kids on the block in the world of weddings and beyond. Founded by Ahmed Alkhyeli, who studied architecture before turning to fashion, Kyheli focuses on eveningwear and made-to-measure pieces that merge femininity with strength, and bold shapes with a delicate romance. The brand’s prêt-à-porter is only the beginning, but has countless options for the civil ceremony, rehearsal dinner, after party, and any event in between.

The label’s haute couture, while not officially dubbed as such by the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture, is absolutely breathtaking and features endless options for the ceremony.

Whether you’re after a look that’s soft yet sexy, or a vibe that’s ethereal and undeniably dreamy, this label has cuts, technique, embroideries, and details that will surprise and delight the fashion bride who thinks she’s seen it all.



Think ethereal—but not boho. Markarian is for the demi-romantic, the bride who embraces the dreamy quality of party dressing with a metropolitan sensibility.

Think super-femme features, but with a sleek side. The label’s bridal range is full of draped slip dresses for the modernist and Victorian-inspired necklines and skirts for the bride who isn’t afraid on a fashion-forward riff on frills. This New York-based brand has options for the cosmopolitan and the avant-garde bride looking to make a statement, without feeling like she’s gone over the top. Despite the modernity the brand undoubtedly exudes in its clean lines, expect feminine touches like ruffles, lace, tiers, and pouf sleeves throughout—this brand believes in special touches for special occasions.


Odylyne The Ceremony

Designer Stephanie White’s Los Angeles home-base and fashion background come together in Odylyne The Ceremony, a bridal collection that’s equal parts Californian cool and desert dreamer—with a hint of Victoriana sprinkled in between.

With an indie affinity for fabrics that are outside the bridal box, like laces with celestial motifs, White draws from poetic and folkloric inspirations like theater, art, literature, history, and music to create romantic silhouettes complete with super long trains, statement sleeves, cool capes, and more.


Cucculelli Shaheen

Husband-and-wife team Anthony Cucculelli and Anna Rose Shaheen met while they were designing at Diane Von Furstenburg in 2005, and then took their talents to Italy, where they designed for Roberto Cavalli and Pucci.

The design duo then returned to New York City to create a made-to-measure eveningwear and bridal range that feels equal parts cosmopolitan and globally-influenced. More often than not, bridal is more about appliqués, lace, and floral motifs—but this range is more about beading and clean lines, with a subtle dose of glamour and sophistication. If you’re after super-luxe embroidery, sleek shapes, and personalized details (like including your names, wedding date, star signs, and more into the beadwork of your look), this is the brand for you.



Athens native Christos Costarellos merges the ease of the Mediterranean with the attention to detail of a Parisian house and the sophistication of an English label. Often utilizing multiple laces to create one single silhouette, this designer is never looking for the easy way out when it comes to designing for his beloved polished bohemian bride. The best part? His bridal designs often take notes from his romantic, effortless, and Victorian-inspired ready-to-wear collections—so fashion-forward details like high-necklines, statement sleeves, and illusion paneling are always on offer.

From hand-cut, fluttery appliqués to softly frayed hems, this is the brand for brides who are torn between going barefoot on the beach or airing on the side of something more refined. Expect loads of laissez-faire with elements of polish at a price point that feels aspirational without breaking the bank.


Dana Harel

Imagine everything you love about wedding gowns—gossamer tulles, delicate laces, innovative silhouettes, delicate beading—all on offer in one collection, with a level of cohesion that’s become a rarity in bridal.

With even the top labels aiming to design something for every bride, Dana Harel is doing just that—but with a sophistication and attention to detail that’s all her own. In her most recent collections, Harel is doing what their Israeli counterparts aren’t always nailing: romance–without being overwhelmingly sexy.


Valentine Avoh

Brussels-based designer Valentine Avoh began her career working in the ateliers of Alexander McQueen and Alexis Mabille—but it was a commission to design a wedding gown in 2009 that had an indelible impact. Avoh launched her namesake label in 2017, inspired by the charm, glamour, and effortlessness of Old Hollywood icons.

Avoh’s commitment to quality begins with the fabric, and the designer sources only the best textiles from Italy, France, and her native Belgium to construct her bespoke creations. With one collection under her belt, this is a name worth watching in the world of bridal—especially for brides looking for refinement and polish, without the pomp and circumstance of a voluminous ballgown.



Downtown NYC-based designer Meredith Stoecklein is all about keeping things simple, easy-to-wear, and versatile. Her collections are consistent in their ease, always taking notes from the designer’s childhood memories, travels, and inspiring women in her world. Her latest season was all about options for customization, allowing brides to make the range their own in ways far beyond styling.

One common thread—ease—continuously comes to mind when looking at Lein’s dresses, separates, and gowns. From statement necklines to chic minis, each look speaks to a different, down-to-Earth bride and celebration. Like some other key names on this list, LEIN isn’t intended to speak only to the aisle. Stoecklein’s goal is to have her brides in her pieces long after the big day.


ASHI Studio

The Middle East has long been known as an epicenter of glamour, and Beirut-based Ashi Studio caters to the region’s most opulent.

With a keen eye for innovative, architectural silhouettes and intricate embroideries, this label has been praised for their bespoke bridal by those in the know–but it hasn’t yet received the love it should stateside. With a rise in the brand’s celebrity fanbase—SJP, Zendaya, Lady Gaga, and Whitney Port have all worn the brand—and a capsule of bridal gowns available out of their Beirut-based studio, we’re hoping more and more American brides (with a flair for the dramatic and a penchant for the innovative) take note.


Andrea Iyamah

The bridal world doesn’t need any more of the same—and this label is for the classicist who dares to be different. Ontario, Canada and Lagos, Nigeria-based Andrea Iyamah offers twists on traditional shapes—from voluminous ballgowns to curve-hugging sheaths and everything in-between. This label isn’t about going against the grain to spite tradition, but rather, it offers riffs on familiar bridal styles that feel fresh at a time where any and everything in weddings is posted, reposted, and pinned time and time again. Iyamah also answers the call of the bride who wants a look all her own with a custom design offering, and brides can inquire about working with the designer on a fully bespoke piece online.

Consider this label if you’re after a look that’s not too minimal and sleek, but also not too fanciful and flirty; Iyamah walks the fine line between the metropolitan and the maximalist.


Self Portrait

Han Chong, hailing from London’s Central Saint Martins by way of Malaysia, is the designer behind the contemporary label Self-Portrait. Best known for a popular array of day dresses, cocktail options, and go-to ready-to-wear, this label has a new bridal-specific edit aimed at outfitting the bride as well as her ‘maids and guests.

The bridal collection, which is available to shop online, is not all about the brand’s signature graphic Guipure laces, embroideries, and embellishments. Instead, a modern mix of delicate pleats, pearl trims, and modest necklines round out the assortment. Think of this label for your civil ceremony, rehearsal dinner, or the aisle itself—especially if you’re after a fashion-forward that’s easily shoppable.


Chana Marelus

Chana Marelus, based in Israel’s Bnei Brak, an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community just outside of Tel Aviv, answered the call of her conservative clientele: those with a religious need to cover their chests, arms, midriffs, legs, and more–with the style and taste- level of the Paris runways. In Marelus’ bridal and evening ranges, sleeves and high necklines are a given. So are intricate beadwork, long trains, and impressive texture plays.

Marelus started her career designing high-necked, long-sleeved gowns for her community, but her brand has now transformed into a global one. Her latest collections introduced sheer paneling and new necklines for brides worldwide seeking coverage without a conservative look and feel.


Steven Khalil

Praised for his classic yet glamorous sensibility, Steven Khalil’s bridal and eveningwear collections are romantic yet fashion-forward, not to mention completely customizable.

From voluminous ball gowns to heavily embellished sheaths, each wedding dress from this label is as luxe as the next. Take note: These designs are not for the wallflower, the bohemian, or the minimalist.


Halfpenny London

Designer Kate Halfpenny channeled her years styling and designing custom pieces for the red carpet when launching her London-based bridal range, which is focused on designing for real women, regardless of size, and weaves together vintage inspiration with an effortless sense of British cool.

With celebrity credits that include Kate Moss and Erin O’Connor, Halfpenny London is designed to be styled by and for each individual bride, allowing them to mix and match separates and layer pieces until they’ve found their best look.



This is a line that speaks to the cool bride—and the bohemienne. Melbourne based designer Rosemary Masic launched Nevenka in 2006, with the goal of creating a label heavily influenced by her Eastern European heritage.

Named after the designer’s mother, the collection is identified by its feminine motifs, downtown edge, and use of high quality craftsmanship and fabrications. While much of this label’s ready-to-wear can work for brides, the brand sources fabrics from Croatia, Italy, France, Turkey, and Balkan countries exclusively for its bridal range and offers a bespoke package for those seeking to get the look for their walk down the aisle.


Suzanne Harward

Australian designer Suzanne Harward has been creating bridal looks in Melbourne since 1975, but recently landed on American soil with stockists in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis, New York, and Dallas. The label’s collections offer something for every bride—but with a current point of view, merging trend-driven ideas with a keen understanding of a modern bridal clientele. Expect a combination of clean lines, forward-thinking details, and at times, touches of a neo-Victorian vibe. Whats more? Expect to make a selection from a wide range of shapes; this label’s collections are well-rounded, with any and every silhouette on offer.



If you’ve hit your local bridal salons and department stores and find that most gowns are far too stuffy, stiff, or overwrought for your taste, trust us: Cortana gets you. Fine fabrics are this Barcelona-based brand’s forte, spinning multi-ply charmeuse, chiffon, and silk tulle into slim sheaths and fuller skirts that feel low-key yet luxe.

Delicate touches—like a frayed edge or a wider weave silk—feel special when done the Cortana way, and design details that amplify comfort (like ballgowns that are actually separates in disguise) are hidden throughout the brand’s range.



This new design house hails from The Netherlands and speaks to modernists and fashion-lovers who have a flare for the avant garde. Mixing old and new, art and architecture, Benchellal is on our radar as one to watch in bridal—and in fashion across the board.

While they’ve yet to announce a formal bridal range, their sculptural and playful DNA has them on our radar for brides willing to take a risk on a new name with a not-so-bridal aesthetic—that still feels spot on for the aisle.



If you consider yourself the ultimate modernist, minimalist, and metropolitan—look no further than Galvan. This London-based label has become synonymous with It-girls like Emily Ratajkowski and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who’ve sported this label’s silky (and slinky) dresses and jumpsuits on nights out and on the red carpet.

The brand now has its own dedicated bridal collection, which is available to shop online. From sultry yet sophisticated jumpsuits to beaded midi dresses and ceremony-worthy slips, this label has options for the fashion-forward bride—and lots of them.


Donatelle Godart

A background styling for international fashion publications, lead designer Donatelle Godart to design her namesake label for brides-to-be. She knows what it takes for brides to have an inherent sense of style, infusing her Parisian je ne sais quoi into each silhouette. Godart consistently channels 70’s vibes, turning to David Hamilton and Jane Birkin for inspiration.

The fabrics are always luxe—despite the brand’s accessible price point—and unlike most lines that focus on slips and bias cuts, these actually flatter on a wide variety of body shapes and sizes. Think laissez faire, French girl vibes with a little bit of Ossie Clark thrown in.


Violette Tannenbaum

It was a personal commission from a friend that inspired Violette Tannenbaum to begin designing bridal gowns for “cool girls. ” Tannenbaum’s pieces—from separates (like the top pictured here) to easy-to-wear gowns—are all about that easy yet chic vibe the French are best known for. Her goal? To create “pretty dresses for pretty days.”

At Tannenbaum’s atelier, pieces are made-to-measure, via a bespoke, one-on-one experience with Violette herself, where brides are able to select materials and silhouette options as well as customize details in the design process. The look? Effortless, chic, and the epitome of Parisian laissez-faire.


Lihi Hod

Shapewear is typically the plight of most brides leading up to a first fitting (along with shoes and overall anticipation), but what if it was already built into your gown and taken off your to-do list? Lihi Hod has a designer pedigree from her time in John Galliano’s atelier (circa Dior)—and she’s taken that know-how to her cutting table.

In Hod’s atelier, each gown is lined in a fine stretch-mesh, and hidden separates are secretly bodysuits that smooth your curves and ensure expert fit. Body-shaping aside, Hod’s aesthetic is Euro-bohemian, easy-going yet elegant. This designer walks that fine line of cool girl with an elevated-feel, understanding each bride’s desire to find the balance between timeless and trendy.


Les Reveries

With a freshly launched bridal collection on the scene, it was a no brainer for us to include Les Reveries, a NY-based label with a laid-back style, to this hit list.

The new Les Reveries bridal collection features eight silk dresses available to shop exclusively on Net-a-Porter. From a chic halter silhouette to an elegant asymmetrical jacquard gown, Victorian laces and bohemian vibes abound in this capsule collection. It’s official: this reasonably priced line is calling all brides-to-be looking to dress less conventionally, but with effortless style.


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10 Best Wedding Dress Designers for 2021

A wedding could possibly be the toughest thing to do in life. From picking the venue, decorations, making the guest list, and probably the hardest of it all, trying to find the perfect wedding dress. Fortunately for us, in this day and age, there are plenty of wedding gowns out there, and famous designers from all over the world have created some of the most unique and fabulous wedding dresses over this past decade.

Some of the designers are slightly expensive, but considering what kind of dresses they are making, it is no wonder that the wedding gowns are little overpriced, and we think that once you put it on, and see what kind of feel you get while you are walking down the aisle to get married to the man of your dreams, you will realize that the wedding dress was worth every penny.

Designers like Vera Wang, Oscar de la Renta, Naeem Khan, and some bridal brands like Marchesa Bridal created some of the most fabulous, sensual, distinctive and gorgeous wedding dresses of our time.

It is hard to choose from all those designs, colors and various wedding gown embellishments, so we tried to gather some of the best wedding dress designers in the world, and maybe we can help you with your job in finding the perfect wedding dress. On our list, you can see designers such as Vera Wang, Oscar de la Renta, Christina Wu, Marchesa Bridal, Naeem Khan, Jenny Packham, Reem Acra, Nicole, Lela Rose, and Monique Lhuillier, and they are considered the best 10 wedding gown designers. Below you can see the pictures of each one of the wedding dress creators, and the perfect example of their wedding dress styles, and what kind of embroidery, accessories, material and other wedding dress-related things they prefer to use when making their dresses. Take a look.

1. Vera Wang

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2. Oscar De la Renta

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3. Christina Wu

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4. Marchesa Bridal

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5. Naeem Khan

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6. Jenny Packham

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7. Reem Acra


8. Nicole

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9. Lela Rose

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10. Monique Lhuillier

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6 top wedding dress designers from around the world

An international look at the bridal gown reveals how unique each design truly is.

It’s quite possibly the most important dress a woman will ever wear in her life. Down to the last detail, brides want their wedding dress to be perfect. Lace, tulle, beads, gems, silk, chiffon — there are many and more ingredients to create a bridal gown. And with bride appointments, fittings, alterations, and last-minute adjustments, creating the dress that makes a bride smile is no easy task. Amazingly, some designers have mastered the art and earned international acclaim. Here’s a look at the best of the best, from here in the United States all the way to China.

Vera Wang

Spring 2014 designs from Vera Wang. (Photo: Vera Wang via Getty Images)

Simple, elegant, feminine. Vera Wang, an iconic American fashion designer, brings all of these concepts to mind with her classic gowns. As a former figure skater, Wang understands the value of a well-fitting garment. In 1990, she debuted her first bridal collection and opened a store in New York City. Since then, celebrities have donned her dresses for their big moments, starting with the Spice Girl Victoria Beckham herself for her wedding to David Beckham in 1999. The list goes on, including (but not limited to) Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton, Alyssa Milano and Alicia Keys. Since she started her wedding design career, Wang has created ready-to-wear-lines and even partnered up with David’s Bridal to make a more accessible and affordable line. Through it all, her gowns have stood out above the rest.

Galia Lahav

Galia Lahav’s styles have intricate lacework done on the backs of the gowns. (Photos courtesy of Galia Lahav)

The queen of intricate design, Galia Lahav makes her gowns “with love in Tel Aviv.” And by “with love,” she must really mean “with hours of dedication to every single detail,” because her dresses continue to top the charts when it comes to elaborate lace and dramatic trains. Lahav has 30 years of experience in the bridal design business, and, having grown up in a family of seamstresses, even more years of fashion design under her belt. Years of adept skills at sewing coupled with a love for art have culminated into what is now one of the most recognizable bridal brands in the world. Her styles are available across the globe, and available in eight stores across five states in the U.S. 

Ines Di Santo

Three styles from Ines di Santo’s floral-inspired Spring/Summer 2015 collection. (Photos courtesy of Ines di Santo)

Toronto-based, Italian-born Ines Di Santo designs dresses that show off the female body. Matching wedding with couture, Di Santo’s motto is “your wedding day is your chance to have your red carpet moment, and I’m here to make you look and feel amazing.” Di Santo’s designs are adorned with French lace, silk taffeta and even Swarovski crystals. Di Santo’s daughter Veronica now works alongside her and brings her own visions to Ines Di Santo gowns.

Lan Yu

A beautiful gown from Lan Yu’s Spring 2014 collection. (Photo: William West/AFP/Getty Images)

One of China’s top wedding designers, Lan Yu adds playful adventure into her designs. Though her line is less than 10 years old, Lan Yu has managed to climb to the top, and was named “China’s Most Influential Designer” by MSN in 2013 and “The Stars’ Favorite Designer” by Cosmo Bride in 2012. A blending of East and West, Yu’s designs incorporate a traditional Chinese embroidery technique called “Su Xiu.

Inbal Dror

Two designs from Inbal Dror’s 2014 Los Angeles Collection. (Photos courtesy of Inbal Dror)

The essence of couture bridal design, Israeli fashion designer Inbal Dror meshes traditional form with modern details. With 15 stores in the U.S. in seven states as well as D.C., she is one of the most popular international designers in America. Her most recent collection was inspired by the evolution of the Los Angeles lifestyle over the decades.

Jenny Packham

Three dresses from Jenny Packham’s 2015 preview fashion show. (Photos courtesy of Jenny Packham)

Jenny Packham’s latest designs are a blast from the past, and almost look to come right out of “Downton Abbey” — a reflection of her roots in the UK. Her 2015 bridal collection is actually inspired by Madame Yevonde’s photographs of women of high society in the 1930s. The color photographs captured Packham’s imagination and she transformed them into beautiful gowns that take “retro” to a whole new level.

Bridal design is an ever-evolving phenomenon. The white wedding gown wasn’t made popular in Western culture until the Victorian Era — and since then, wedding guests have admired brides in long-sleeved, lace, bejeweled, strapless, short, slim, and even “mermaid” styles. Designers like Vera Wang, Galia Lahav, Ines Di Santo, Lan Yu, Inbal Dror and Jenny Packham are at the forefront of innovation in international bridal design, whether it’s through acute attention to detail, sultry shapes, luxurious materials or a nod to the past. 

An international look at the bridal gown reveals how unique each design truly is.

Best Wedding Dress Designers in the World

Pretty much every bride-to-be has her own signature style and personal ideas of what makes for a perfect wedding. But if there’s one thing that each one can agree on is their wedding dress has to make a statement—a statement about her tastes, personality… something that gives off an “it” factor.

One way that a bride is able to successfully pull all of this off is by getting a wedding dress for her special day by one of the best wedding dress designers around. Although there are many, here are some who are, hands down, some of the most celebrated in the entire world.

Vera Wang

Spring 2018 WHITE by Vera Wang Collection

Who doesn’t know who Vera Wang is?!

As a woman who was once a professional ice skater, who would’ve guessed that she’d become one of the most renowned names in fashion? Maybe it’s due to one of her famous quotes on how she merges both worlds: “All those years of skating and dancing have carried over. I can’t design anything without thinking of how a woman’s body will look and move when she’s wearing it.”

Whether you’re looking for something traditional or a modern bride look that fits perfectly to your own body type, there is absolutely no way that you can go wrong with a Vera Wang original. You’ll be the envy of all of your friends—maybe even your own mom. That’s how great her designs are!

Christina Wu


Ah. The House of Wu.

Christian Wu is the kind of designer who apparently does little press or social media, making it hard to find out much about her personal life. But when it comes to her work that has made her a household name? That speaks for itself on so many levels.

If you’re someone who loves intricate beading and the kind of fabrics that are totally fit for a queen, then a Christina Wu dress is just what you’re looking for.

Something that particularly stands out about her wedding gowns is many of them are form-fitting (although some of her full skirts do flow). So, if you want to show your figure off, a Christina Wu is just for you!

Naeem Khan

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Naeem Khan is an Indian-American designer who actually got his start as an apprentice for the legendary designer Halston. He’s certainly come a really long way since then, though, by dressing everyone from the former first lady Michelle Obama and Beyonce to the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Jennifer Lopez.

As far as his wedding gowns go, it’s kind of amazing that he just launched that division of his designer brand in 2013 because it has already made such a stunning impression. You can see a lot of traditional Indian influence in his work, along with some 3D florals and surprises like pants, capes, and mini-skirts.

If you want something that is a little out of the box, Naeem Khan will not disappoint; not by a long shot!

Amanda Wakeley


Have you always dreamed of having a formal wedding on your special day? If so, British designer Amanda Wakeley is the one you want. Best known for cocktail and evening gowns, her signature style has earned the catchphrase “clean glam”, maybe, in part, due to her own beginnings as a professional model.

As far as big day bridal designs go, Amanda Wakeley has a way of opting for simple beauty and elegance in the best way possible. Lots of silks. Lots of crisp white. Lots of the kinds of gowns that would be ideal for a destination wedding, especially if it’s by the ocean.

If you’re in search of the kind of gown that is stunning without being overwhelming, a bridal design by Amanda Wakeley will certainly not disappoint. You’ll want to take all of the classic wedding photos and then some in yours!

Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood Bridal Collection

If anyone is a household designer name on this list, it’s the incomparable Vivienne Westwood. A British designer in her late-70s, she is an uber-trendsetter in her own right; especially in the fashion lane of modern punk (she’s also quite the activist too!). If there were one word to define her designs, “eclectic” would probably be it.

If you go to the bridal section of her site, her haute couture pieces are for the kind of woman who wants to make a contemporary impact with touches of sexiness and femininity, although she does also have an AK for VW section that is more complementary to her modern punk style and feel.

Either way, if you’ve always dreamed of having a Vivienne Westwood dress, for the right price, you can have one customized. How cool is that?

Alberta Ferretti


Have you always wanted to wear a gown by an Italian designer for your wedding day? How about Alberta Ferretti? Since the late 1960s, she’s been making quite the impression on the fashion world thanks to her love for layering and semi-subtle draping.

So, just what kind of woman would fall for her bridal collection? Probably the one who can never turn down a good cocktail party and a reason to totally dress up for it. Or, the kind of woman who wants the kind of dress that drips with romance without overkill.

Some things we particularly like about Alberta Ferretti’s designs are that they fit almost every body type and women of all ages would like them. She also has the kind of wedding gowns that won’t collect dust in any closet. You’ll be tempted to wear yours again and again.

Reem Acra


Reem Acra is a dress designer from Lebanon who got her start as an interior luxury designer before starting a signature line of her own.

There’s a cool story behind how she became one of world’s most well-known wedding dress designers. In the late 90s, a friend made a bet with her that if she could complete her gown in three weeks, she would go through with the wedding. Guess who won that bet? She officially started her line in 1997 and had her first fashion show in 1999.

Embroidery is definitely something that this particular designer is a huge fan of, but hey, we’re certainly not complaining. Any woman fortunate enough to end up with a signature Reem Acra gown is beyond blessed. Blessed indeed!

Monique Lhuillier


Filipino-American designer Monique Lhuillier has over one million Twitter followers. Pretty impressive, right? If you’ve ever seen her bridal, lifestyle, ready-to-wear, or even baby brand, you’ll certainly be able to understand why.

Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, and our current First Lady have all worn one of Monique Lhuillier’s works of art and just last year she was the winner of the Best Bridal Fashion Show at the Elle International Bridal Awards in 2017.

Whimsical, delightful, and dreamy are some of the words that immediately come to mind when we look at any of her dresses, including her upcoming Spring 2019 collection. Monique Lhuillier truly has a way of making you look like the belle of the ball without looking dated or old-fashioned.

(Oh, her Twitter handle is @M_Lhuillier if you’re wondering.)

Jenny Packham


Another popular British designer of ready-to-wear attire and bridal gowns is Jenny Packham. Although she has showrooms in London, New York City, and even Hong Kong, if you’re wondering why dresses like this one look so familiar to you, it’s probably because she launched a line with David’s Bridal back in 2016. (Yep, gorgeous gowns can be totally affordable and one of the ways to shop for a wedding on a budget!)

Jenny Packham is on the list of being one of the world’s best wedding dress designers, in part, because she is a favorite of celebrities. The stars who’ve worn her dresses include Oprah Winfrey, Emily Blunt, Blake Lively, Uma Thurman, and British Grammy-award winning singer Adele Adkins.

Jenny Packham’s wedding gowns are simple yet elegant—the kind of dresses that are appropriate for casual weddings in the middle of the day or formal ceremonies after six. Her unique versatility is also what makes her such a fan favorite.

Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

Kate Middleton’s Wedding Gown by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

Sarah Jane Burton is the creative director of fashion brand Alexander McQueen. Rightfully so too, because she was also the designer of Serena Williams’s wedding gown, and Catherine Middleton’s wedding dress as you can see here as well. Another pretty impressive note on her resume is back in 2012, she was on Time’s 100 list of most influential people.

Unlike all of the other dress designers featured in this article, it’s a little harder to find an actual wedding dress collection by Sarah Jane Burton. But if you go to your favorite search engine and put “Sarah Jane Burton for Alexander McQueen” into the search field, you’ll find all sorts of interviews with this inspiring designer that will give you a clearer picture of the woman behind so many amazing wedding gowns. Hopefully, you can snag one of the best wedding photographers from Instagram to capture you in whichever wedding designer you choose from, because you can’t go wrong with any of these names.

50 of the best designer wedding dresses

Still searching for ‘the one’? Help is at hand! Buying your dream wedding dress can be tricky but fear not! We’ve rounded up 50 of the most fabulous bridal designers to look out for.

Wedding dress trends for the coming year

This year has been one of the best for wedding dresses, with some incredible gowns being shown off by some of the world’s top designers.

2018 saw the rise in popularity of minimal dresses like Meghan Markle’s Givenchy gown. This trend has continued to rise in 2019 alongside halter neck dresses, touches of lace and metallic finishes.

Are you looking for a gown with more sparkle and shine? If so, designers such as Madeline Isaac-James, Suzanne Neville and Jenny Packham will be perfect for you. Look out for basque-style bodices at Sassi Holford. Or sexy, thigh-high splits at Suzanne Neville – the top name to turn to if you want a more red-carpet look.

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Wren by Claire Pettibone

Violet by Hazaar of London

Vanessa by Kay Mason

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Valencia by Sassi Holford

Charmed By Suzanne Neville

Terry Fox

Tanya Dress with Rose Cape by Sarah Willard

Stewart Parvin

Best Wedding Dress: Floral detail

Stephanie Allin


Sabrina by Hollywood Dreams

Ruby Tuesday by Terry Fox

Ophelia by Hazaar Of London

Marianne by Naomi Neoh

Ian Stuart at The White Gallery

Morocco by Amanda Wakeley

Molly by Jenny Packham

Mira Zwillinger

Mae by Belle and Bunty

Lottie by Alan Hannah

Legend Collection by Eliza Jane Howell

Lady Mary by Naomi Noah

Jesus Peiro

Jadore by Nicola Anne

Isadora and Roxy by Madeline Isaac James

Heavenly by Ritva Westenius

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Freya by Johanna Hehir

Forget Me Not Designs

Florence by Jenny Packham

Etta by Charlotte Balbier

Cordelia from Emma Tindley

Elspeth by Johanna Hehir

Dorothy by Alice Temperley

Dazzle by Suzanne Neville

David Fielden

Harbridge an Bowen

Connie by Alan Hannah

Chryso by Alan Hannah

Chloe by Naomi Neoh

Charlotte by Claire Pettibone

Champagne Cocktail by Qiana Bridal

Cassandra by Sarah Janks

Belle by Belle and Bunty

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Avril by Elizabeth Stuart

Brianna by Sarah Janks

Annabelle by Charlotte Balbier

Alice Temperley

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Celine by Martin Thornburg

Enchanting by Mon Cherie

Rosa by Sophia Tolli


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The Wedding Dress Designers to Know, Based on Your Personal Style


If you’re about to begin shopping for your dream wedding dress, a great way to start your search is by familiarizing yourself with different wedding dress designers and (hopefully) finding someone whose designs speak to your personal style. Similar to ready-to-wear clothing, wedding dress designers each have their own philosophy and approach to fashion — and choosing a designer who aligns with your wedding day vision can make all the difference. But unless you’re a loyal bridal fashion enthusiast, you’re probably wondering where the heck to start, which is exactly where we come in.

We’ve made a list of the top wedding dress designers to know, based on your personal style. Our tip: if you find a designer you like, find out if their dresses are stocked by any of the bridal shops in your area. Even if you don’t end up falling in love with a dress by that exact designer, the shop will likely carry dresses by designers that have similar options and styles. Easy, right?

Here are your must-see wedding dress designers, based on your personal style. 

Dan Lecca, Anne Barge, Sareh Nouri

Dresses by Justin Alexander, Anne Barge, and Sareh Nouri

If your style is classic:

Classic bridal style often means traditional silhouettes, structured fabrics, and an overall understated vibe that avoids anything too trendy or flashy. More importantly, lace is almost always a given! Classic wedding dresses will frequently feature long sleeves, button details, modest necklines, and ball gown skirts, all of which have seen a return to fashion thanks to the royal wedding craze. If you love classic style, one of the top wedding dress designers to know is Sareh Nouri, who released a collection of gowns inspired entirely by famous princesses (yes, there’s a dress named Meghan). Many classic wedding dress designers will create updated versions of patterns that could have been worn decades ago — for example, full skirts and satin fabrics à la the 1950s — or dresses that are a nod to historical fashion icons, such as Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, and Jackie O. Other names to know: We love Anne Barge for classic couture, Justin Alexander for romantic, timeless style, and Modern Trousseau for undeniably chic gowns with a hint of Southern charm.

Savannah Miller, Watters, Grace Loves Lace

Dresses by Savannah Miller, By Watters, and Grace Loves Lace

If your style is bohemian:

We’re guessing that you love relaxed, easy pieces in your everyday wardrobe. Whether it’s a long maxi dress, a cheerful floral print, or a unique detail like fringe, you’re all about comfortable and effortless design with a bit of artistic flair. Bohemian wedding dresses tend to be more casual than traditional gowns, and they often incorporate unconventional touches (like bell sleeves or colorful embroidery!) that will speak to your free-spirited side. For the trendiest take on boho style, Willowby by Watters is one of the top wedding dress designers to know — the models at their latest bridal fashion show walked the runway wearing straw hats and fedoras. Savannah Miller nails minimalist bohemian designs, while Claire Pettibone is known for her dresses that evoke an ethereal, vintage-inspired vibe through whimsical touches. BHLDN and Grace Loves Lace are two of our picks if you’re in the market for beach wedding dresses or destination wedding dresses. 

Reem Acra, Fernando Paz, Rachel Brennecke

Dresses by Reem Acra, Francesca Miranda, and Honor Bridal

If your style is edgy & non-traditional:

Some of our favorite wedding dress designers are the ones who break bridal fashion norms to bring us head-turning looks. If you’re the type of bride who loves to take a sartorial risk, then we definitely encourage you to embrace your fashionista side on the big day! From total conversation pieces like jumpsuits and bridal shorts, to classic gowns with avant-garde elements (think puffy sleeves or dramatic black details), the bridal fashion world is getting cooler by the minute. Reem Acra is always at the top of our trendsetter list — this season, the models for her latest collection could be spotted wearing everything from sunglasses to elbow-length gloves, oversized bows, tailored blazers, and tulle tiaras. Check out Francesca Miranda and Victoria Kyriakides for traditional-meets-unexpected options, and under-the-radar brand Honor for cool, editorial styles. 

Collin Pierson, Galia Lahav, Pronovias

Dresses by Berta, Galia Lahav Couture, and Pronovias

If your style is glamorous:

A couture-loving bride needs a wedding dress that’s fit for a red carpet. Strut your stuff in a glamorous gown featuring luxe details, like a full tulle skirt, allover sequins, or a jaw-dropping V-neckline. You’ll find incredibly glam styles from wedding dress designers like Berta and Galia Lahav, who never fail to wow us with their curve-hugging silhouettes, illusion bodices, and blinged-out beading. Barcelona-based brand Pronovias is another big name to know if you love glamorous wedding style — this haute couture fashion house is known for its impeccable designs and celebrity-worthy dresses (actress Gina Rodriguez wore a Pronovias gown for her recent nuptials!). 

Rodin Bianca, Alexandra Grecco, JP YIM

Dresses by THEIA, Alexandra Grecco, and Amsale

If your style is minimalistic modern: 

Lace, corsets, and over-the-top embellishments not exactly your cup of tea? Don’t stress. If you have a ‘less is more’ approach to your everyday style, then you’ll be relieved to hear that simple wedding dresses are more en vogue than ever. We think the minimalist bridal look is here to stay for the long haul, and there are a few must-know wedding dress designers who totally own this streamlined aesthetic. Headquartered in New York City, Amsale is one of the top bridal houses that specializes in creating simplistic, feminine designs with a timeless feel. We love THEIA for ultra-sophisticated, sleek gowns, while Halfpenny London and Alexandra Grecco are two go-to designer for dresses that are airy and refreshing.  

Top 10 Wedding Dress Designers

Do you want to be the most beautiful girl at your wedding? If your answer is yes, then you need to choose one of the best dresses that are offered and are especially designed for brides to make them more gorgeous on their wedding day. Choosing the best wedding dress does not depend on its price, but it depends more on its design and whether it suits your body and taste or not. If you want to choose a good and unique dress for your wedding day, you will need to look for those wedding dresses which are designed by top wedding dress designers who are renowned for their creative designs that catch the eyes and make us stunned. To know more about those famous designers, take a look at the following top 10 wedding dress designers from around the world to be able to choose a perfect wedding dress for your unique day.

10. Angel Sanchez

She is a Venezuelan fashion designer who is known for her unique designs. Her designs are chosen by some stylish celebrities such as Beyonce Knowles and Sandra Bullock.

9. Amanda Wakeley

She is not only a famous wedding dress designer, but she is also known for her catchy evening dresses and accessories that are worn by some of the most famous and stylish women in the world who appear on the red carpet such as Angelina Jolie, Beyonce, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, Florence Welch and she also designs different dresses to the Duchess of Cambridge.

8. Marchesa

It is a famous fashion brand that is based in New York and presents high-end women’s wear. This brand is chosen by many famous actresses who appear on the red carpet such as Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Halle Berry, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Emma Watson, Sandra Bullock and more.

7. Vivienne Westwood

Dame Vivienne Westwood is a British fashion designer and is also a businesswoman who is known for her wedding dresses with their modern designs. She is the one who brought the new wave and modern punk fashions in different designs.

6. Carolina Herrera

She is a Venezuelan-American fashion designer who is renowned for her unique styles. Her styles which are elegant without being fussy are chosen by many celebrities and First Ladies such as Michelle Obama and Jacqueline Onassis.

5. Alberta Ferretti

She is an Italian dressmaker and fashion designer. She has a showroom in Milan, Italy and a studio in the village Cattolica, Italy. Her wedding dresses are known for their beautiful designs and are made from different elegant and catchy fabrics such as lace and silk. The wedding dresses differ in their length as there are above the knee dresses and floor length ones which vary in their decorations.

4. Monique Lhuillier

She is a fashion designer who is known for designing fascinating bridal dresses. Her couture fashion house is located in Los Angeles, California. Her dresses are chosen by many celebrities including Katy Perry, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Shannn Doherty, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Kristen Stewart and other celebrities who are widely known.

3. Vera Wang

She is an American fashion designer and former figure skater. She is famous for her beautiful wedding dresses that are decorated with ribbons, bows and lace. Her designs appear on the red carpet and are worn by many celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Halle Berry and Renee Zellweger.

2. Alice Temperley

She is a famous British fashion designer and is known for her catchy wedding dresses with their different designs and decorations such as those with floral embellishment and draped material. They feature different styles like the Grecian and Japanese that can be found in the bodice or dress.

1. Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

Sarah Burton is one of the most famous wedding dress designers and is the director of Alexander McQueen. She has become widely known for most of the girls in different countries around the world after the wedding of Kate Middleton who appeared with a fascinating and breathtaking wedding dress that is designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen and inspired too many dresses that were designed later. Sarah Burton is renowned for designing luxurious, sophisticated and creative wedding dresses with dazzling decorations and from simple fabrics.

90,000 8 most popular wedding dress designers

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“It’s not the Vera Wang dress that fits, but the dress itself” – you may have heard this phrase of the heroine Kate Hudson from the cult movie “Bride Wars”. Among the designers of wedding dresses, there are those whose names evoke awe and delight in every bride. Wedding dresses of the brands Vera Wang, Zuhair Murad and Elie Saab cannot be trendy or out of trend, because they are symbols of the wedding fashion itself.Here’s how these and other eminent designers started their careers and gained fame.

Vera Wang

Vera Wong began her career as an assistant editor at American Vogue, where she got immediately after graduating from the Faculty of Art History at the Sorbonne. At 23, she was named fashion editor. It was the work in the magazine that allowed Vera to cultivate the missing knowledge and skills on the fertile soil of good taste. The next stage of her career was working in the fashion house of Ralph Lauren as director of accessories development.The first creation of Vera Wong appeared on the occasion of her own wedding. This is how the brand was launched, which in record time became legendary and the first to specialize in bridal fashion.

Vera Wang’s famous clients include Meg Ryan, Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Lopez, Sharon Stone, Uma Thurman, Kate Hudson and Kim Kardashian. The designer’s creations have appeared in numerous films and TV series: from the already mentioned “Bride Wars” to “Sex and the City” and “Gossips”.

Photo: @verawanggang , Ksenia Antonova

Monique Lhuillier

Monique Lulier’s history as a designer also began with sewing outfits for her own wedding.An interesting fact: at the same time, for the day of her celebration, Monique sewed about 25 outfits for close relatives and friends. A year after that, a personalized brand was registered, the very first wedding collection made a splash at the fashion week. Monique’s dresses are the embodiment of femininity, tenderness and sensuality. Britney Spears, Reese Witherspoon, Drew Barrymore, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Swift, Blake Lively and many others shine in Monique Lhuillier dresses on the red carpet and their celebrations.

Photo: @moniquelhuillier

Zuhair Murad

Zuhair Murad dreamed of creating chic outfits since childhood, and he made his first sketches at the age of 10.The Lebanese-born designer opened his first atelier in Beirut. Four years later, on the Parisian catwalk, the collection it presented drove the critics of Haute Couture Week crazy. In 2012, the designer created a custom outfit collection for Jennifer Lopez’s world tour.

Photo: Marina Fadeeva , Pinterest

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera grew up in a family that from childhood instilled in the girl a delicate taste and sense of style.From a young age, together with her grandmother, she went to Paris for fashion weeks. Carolina created her own brand in 1981 in New York. Only after 6 years did the brand have a line of wedding dresses. The subtle aesthetics that have been brought up in Carolina since childhood have been embodied in restrained, laconic and minimalistic outfits that have become popular among women all over the world.

In the 80s, Carolina was considered one of the most stylish women in the world and was famous in creative circles, inspiring many artists.Andy Warhol painted her portrait in his famous style. Her star clients include Jacqueline Kennedy and Michelle Obama.

Photo: @carolinaherrera, Pinterest

Jenny Packham

Jenny Packham was educated at the London College of Art and Design. Her first collection appeared in 1988, but only in 2006, after Milan Fashion Week, she became widely known and was named the most stylish fashion designer of the year in Hollywood. Jenny Packham’s dresses are often inspired by vintage pieces that the designer finds in flea markets around the world.

Photo: @jennypackham

Reem Acra

Rome Acra from a young age gravitated towards the art of design and created unusual things for herself. Grandmother Rome made decorative flowers from silk. So for the first time, a future famous designer began to take an interest in fine work with fabrics. Over time, having learned about her hobby, acquaintances began to turn to the girl with requests to create a beautiful outfit for them. After graduating from university, Rome launched its first clothing collection.

Success inspired an aspiring designer to study this profession in New York and the School of Design in Paris. For several years she has collaborated with various fashion houses. Rome’s first own mature collection consisted only of wedding dresses.

Photo: @reemacra

Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta studied the history of painting in Madrid. In parallel, he moonlighted as an artist, illustrating articles in magazines. The fashion designer’s career began with the creation of a dress for a friend – the daughter of the American ambassador.The girl starred in this outfit for the cover of the magazine. So the name of Oscar was recognized by all the secular people of that time. He joined Balenciaga as an assistant to the chief couturier, then worked for Lanvin, Christian Dior and Elizabeth Arden.

The first own collection was a great success. In the 70s, his name became one of the most famous designers and is on this list to this day. The famous expression “fashion victim” belongs to Oscar de la Renta: he called so people who blindly follow trends.

Photo: @oscardelarenta

Elie Saab

Elie Saab got involved in design from an early age. He was born and lived in Beirut into a large family. Since childhood, he drew sketches and cut outfits for his sisters from old curtains. Growing up, Eli went to Paris to study design art. The first collection was shown in Rome, but world fame came to the designer after Halle Berry appeared at the Oscar in 2002 in his dress.

Photo: @eliesaabbridal, Pinterest

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90,000 Most famous wedding designers

Most famous wedding designers

Almost every girl from childhood imagines herself in the coveted white dress. Surely these ideas change repeatedly throughout life, but the main thing remains: on the wedding day, a girl always sees herself fabulously irresistible.And for the sake of embodying the fantasies of brides, famous designers work, who completely devoted their activities to the creation of wedding dresses.

In this article, we will talk about the most famous fashion houses, the creativity of which is watched with bated breath by brides from all over the world. Each of them has its own special chic, its own flavor and its own style. Which one is closest to you?

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Carolina Herrera

The company, which was destined to become a cult, declared itself back in 1981. Their signature style is exceptional elegance, imbued with true, unobtrusive luxury. Adhering to these rules, the designers of the fashion house experiment in everything else, offering brides a dizzying variety: from delicate and sophisticated old-fashioned models to sophisticated and sexy ones. Especially Carolina Herrera will appeal to those girls who appreciate such elements of dresses as lace and elaborate embroidery.

Oscar de la Renta

We say: “Oscar de la Renta” – we mean: “the quintessence of luxury.”The designer is unmistakably recognizable thanks to the refined details, each of which demonstrates impeccable taste. The last famous work of the designer was the dress of the beautiful Amal Alamuddin, in which she walked to the altar with George Clooney. The flawless silhouette of the dress and its lace decoration almost immediately became the classics of wedding fashion.

Zuhair Murad

Zuhair Murad is a Lebanese-born designer who knows a lot about true oriental luxury.His dresses are imbued with the precious chic inherent in Greek goddesses and Egyptian queens: trimmings from expensive fabrics, pompous fittings. That is why his dresses are so adored by bright, temperamental natures, and those whom nature has endowed with an exotic appearance – dresses from Zuhiar Murad perfectly emphasize these qualities. These dresses are also fabulously expensive, but aren’t great works of art invaluable?

Vera Wang

Perhaps the most famous wedding designer is a Chinese American named Vera Wong. No other fashion designer can boast of such an extensive clientele among representatives of a bohemian society, and it is in her dresses that beauties with world-famous names go to the altar every year. Vera Wang focuses on the femininity and individuality of each look, so all her models are the perfect and improved embodiment of every bride’s fantasies.


Led by designers Jojina Chapman and Keren Craig, the fashion house has a prominent place in the world of bridal fashion.Their latest collections are characterized by a wide variety, which will allow girls with a wide variety of looks and personalities to choose a dress to their liking.

Monique Lhuillier

The creator of the eponymous brand Monique Lulier prefers delicate, light and harmonious looks. The designer is also sure: on her wedding day, the bride should feel especially comfortable, so all the dresses are not only beautiful, but also comfortable: you will not have to endure any torture for the sake of a successful image. Therefore, like Vera Wong, Lulier pays great attention to the individuality of the bride herself.

Reem Acra

Rim Acra is another brilliant Lebanese-born designer on our list.Her latest collections are inspired by all kinds of floral patterns: florid, sophisticated, romantic. The impeccable taste and light charm of the models created by this designer literally captivated the audience.

Jenny Packham

If on her wedding day the bride wants to look not only trendy, but also like the heroine of a fairy tale, she should pay attention to the dazzling 2016 BRIDAL collection. A favorite of many Hollywood stars, Jenny Packham has created models inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Departing from the traditional white color, Packham offers models in delicate light shades: pearl gray, light azure, silver.

Naeem Khan

Naim Khan absorbed the impeccable taste with his mother’s milk.The great couturier was born in the third generation of a dynasty that sewed clothes for the richest and noblest women in India. Something of dazzling oriental luxury has been preserved in the designer’s modern collections, in which austere European gloss is combined with extravagant details that complete the image in an unprecedented and memorable way.

Pamella Roland

Pamela Roland recently announced herself with an extremely remarkable collection of wedding dresses, which she dedicated to her daughter. Simple, laconic models at the same time looked very non-trivial and immediately won wide sympathy. 90,000 from Vera Wang to Tatiana Kaplun

Brand designers of wedding dresses think over the models of their outfits to the smallest detail, following modern fashion trends. In such outfits, you can show your individuality and feel like a real star.The site about weddings will tell you about the best modern brands of wedding dresses, in which you can definitely impress your beloved on the day of the celebration!

Russian designers of wedding dresses

In order to find a unique wedding dress, striking in its beauty, you don’t have to go far. Wedding dresses from Russian designers are becoming more and more popular among brides all over the world:

  1. Olga Sposa . Brides for whom the brands and popularity of wedding dresses are essential, will surely appreciate the sophisticated and feminine models from Olga Sposa. In his work, the designer uses only high-quality and expensive fabrics such as chiffon, lace, organza. The choice of models is very diverse: from classic lush outfits to elegant transforming dresses.
  2. Tatiana Kaplun . Lovers of gloss will certainly appreciate the outfits from one of the most sought-after wedding brands – Tatiana Kaplun.The designer creates unique dress models in which classic and modern are closely intertwined. Lovers of beautiful finishes will also appreciate the outfits of this brand, thanks to the designer’s love for spectacular décor.
  3. Svetlana Lyalina . One of the brands that creates stylish and incredibly romantic outfits for brides is Svetlana Lyalina. The designer’s outfits contain lightness, airiness and weightlessness, thanks to which the dresses look very gentle and touching.
  4. Speranza Couture . Many brides dream of a wedding dress from Russian designers, popular not only at home, but also abroad. One of them is Nadezhda Yusupova, the creator of the Speranza Couture brand. For his wedding dresses, the designer chooses exclusively natural fabrics, with an emphasis on elegance and sexuality.
  5. Natalia Romanova . Wedding dresses created by Russian designers such as Natalya Romanova impress with their elegance and originality. The brand of wedding and evening dresses never ceases to amaze brides with stylish models of dresses in which tenderness borders on luxury. If you like bohemian sheer wedding dresses, this brand will not leave you indifferent.

Wedding dresses from leading Spanish brands

Spanish designers are known for their delicate and romantic models that have won the hearts of brides for many years now. The most sought after wedding brands are as follows:

  • San Patrick . San Patrick offers delicate, elegant looks for brides who value their individuality. If you like dresses with a mermaid silhouette, this brand is definitely for you.
  • Pronovias. Lovers of sophisticated style will be fascinated by the dresses of the popular Spanish brand Pronovias, whose designers skillfully combine the features of classics and ultramodernity.The brand’s arsenal includes both open dress models and closed wedding dresses with sleeves, which are suitable for conservative brides.
  • Rosa Clara . Designer wedding dresses from Rosa Clara are luxury and exclusivity that modern brides will certainly appreciate. To create their models, designers use natural fabrics (organza, chiffon and satin). Most of the décor of the outfits is done by hand, so each of them looks like a work of art.

Italian Designer Wedding Dresses

Wedding dresses from Italian designers delight with their beauty and creative design. The most famous brands are:

  1. Elisabetta Polignano . If you want to go beyond the classic style, you can choose one of the outfits from the Elisabetta Polignano brand, in which designers strive to use creative ideas.Transforming dresses, wedding suits, dresses from a skirt and a top – these are the models the brand’s designers are working on.
  2. Atelier Aimée. Atelier Aimée wedding dress designers sew real masterpieces for modern brides. Handicraft is used in the creation of outfits, and many models are made according to individual orders of beauties.
  3. Blumarine. Brides looking for graceful and elegant dresses will find many beautiful models in the Blumarine bridal collections. Dresses of this brand are presented not only in classic white, but also in shades of champagne, ivory and delicate watercolor. The choice of models is wide enough: from sexy mermaid wedding dresses to aristocratic models with trains.

Wedding dresses from American designers

Wedding dresses from American brands will appeal to connoisseurs of both elegant classics and ultra-modern trends.The most famous of them are:

  • Vera Wang . Wedding designer Vera Wong is known all over the world, and her outfits are chosen by world stars every year. The designer strives to create unique models using expensive high quality fabrics and hand embroidery, stones and beads. The philosophy of the brand is to create dresses depending on the type of the bride. Therefore, both traditionalists and modernists will find their ideal outfit.
  • Monique Lhuillier . One of the fashionable American designers is Monique Lulier, who strives to create wedding dresses in which brides will feel unique.
  • Marchesa . The sophisticated design of the dresses of this brand is loved by many brides, including star beauties. The trademark of the brand is the abundance of draperies and embroideries that make each outfit exclusive and unique!
  • Badgley Mischka. Lovers of comfort and convenience will certainly appreciate the stylish outfits of the Badgley Mischka brand, which are characterized by minimalistic decor and classic colors.

Portal for lovers is sure that branded wedding dresses can make the bride’s image unique and individual. Choose an exclusive wedding dress that will be close to your heart. Then on the day of the celebration you will feel like a real queen!


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The best wedding dress brands and designers

No show is complete without a wedding dress show. All eminent couturiers from year to year strive to amaze the imagination of the beautiful half of humanity with wedding dresses, distinguished by a variety of styles, sophistication of cut and incredible luxury decor of the finest embroidery and lace patterns.

Dress “for your beloved”

Among the most famous designers specializing in creating wedding collections, Vera Wong is considered the queen of wedding fashion. Her name is included in the list of some of the most influential and famous fashion houses.Vera created her first wedding dress just for herself, unable to find something more suitable for her own wedding on the counters of fashion boutiques. It was at the same time that the designer released her first collection. Dresses from Vera Wong’s bridal collections are not just the embodiment of the latest fashion trends. Today her wedding dresses are considered to be works of modern luxury and classic elegance.

Wedding dress from Vera Wang

Another world famous designer who has developed a model of a wedding dress for “himself” is Monique Lulier. According to the master, her first collection of wedding dresses can be called “ideal”, because any of the wedding dresses Monique would gladly wear to her own celebration. Each dress in the collection of the Monique Lhuillier brand amazes with the sophistication of the silhouette and the sophistication of the lines, precisely repeating the smooth curves of the female figure. And the finest lace used for decoration gives the outfits incredible femininity and elegance.

Monique Lhuillier Bridal Dress

Old Hollywood Style

Many fashion houses release their best bridal collections, taking inspiration from the traditions of the golden era of Hollywood and its main images.These are the dresses from famous American designers, the creators of the Badgley Mischka brand. Their dresses are distinguished by the simplicity of the silhouette, they are devoid of pretentiousness and an abundance of decorative elements. And at the same time, each outfit is a standard of beauty and elegance.

Wedding dress from Badgley Mischka

The usual inspiration of classics and unusual luxurious decor distinguish wedding dresses of the famous designer Oscar de la Renta. The brand produces incredibly feminine cut and stunning beauty wedding ensembles, for the decoration of which beads, the finest lace and hand embroidery are used.

Wedding dress from Oscar de la Renta

Connoisseurs of beauty

Among the world’s famous wedding brands there are many male names, because who, no matter how a man, will be able to realize a woman’s desire to look like a real princess on her own wedding day. The world famous Italian fashion house Chiaradè is distinguished by its unique wedding dresses. The designers’ outfits are inimitable combinations of exquisite and expensive materials, intricate draperies and impeccable finishes.

The magnificent dresses of the famous Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad can be called masterpieces of wedding fashion. Each ensemble in his collection amazes with the elegance of the silhouette, a very original cut and the irrepressible imagination of the master, which is embodied in a bright palette of used colors and fabrics of unusual composition. Impeccable and majestic wedding dresses from Zuhair Murad are the real embodiment of modern style and blatant sexuality.

Wedding dress from Zuhair Murad

Brands from Italy and Spain have become widely known in the fashion wedding industry.For example, the designer Oleg Cassini produces wedding dresses that are especially popular among the representatives of the American political and financial elite. The famous Spanish wedding brand Franc Sarabia gives women romantic and classic dresses made of silk and the finest lace, decorated with hand embroidery. Designers prefer the Empire style, successfully combining it with a deep neckline, a long train, and an A-shaped silhouette with a bold sensual cut and luxurious decor.

Wedding dress from Oleg Cassini

One of the leaders of Spanish wedding fashion is the La Sposa brand. His collections embody the real Spanish luxury of wedding dresses, combining originality, grace, seduction, sophistication and solemnity. And thanks to stylish and feminine styles, sophistication of decor, natural materials and the highest quality of tailoring, the brand has gained popularity not only abroad, but also in Russia.

Wedding dress from La Sposa

A popular brand in Spain is also the San Patrick company, which produces dresses of a wide variety of styles.The favorite silhouettes of the designers are princess, A-cut and mermaid styles. Most of the wedding models are decorated with fluffy skirts, embossed lace, flowing silk, tiered organza or flowing chiffon flounces. At the same time, a distinctive feature of all the images offered by the brand is elegant restraint, embodied in a minimum of decor.

Wedding dress from San Patrick

Haute couture

In the world of fashion industry there are brands that produce dresses designed for any occasion.But there are companies that only focus on bridal fashion. They determine what will be fashionable in the new season. These include one of the largest American brands Amsale. The dresses in the collection from designer Amsal Aberra are a combination of simple lines with minimalism and restraint. Moreover, each outfit of the master, made in the traditional white color, is often complemented by color accents: a light blue belt or a lilac bow.

Wedding dress from Amsale Aberra

Stunning and mesmerizing wedding dresses from the global brand Emanuel Haute Couture are distinguished by their unique design, incredible materials brought from different parts of the world, and unique beauty and decoration.

Emanuel Haute Couture Wedding Dress

Elegant and luxurious Alvina Valenta wedding dresses (by JLM Couture) embody a piece of the “perfect” dress that every bride is trying to find. Each outfit in the brand’s collection features graceful silhouettes, intricate embroidery and decor made of crystals, pearls and beads.

Wedding dress from Alvina Valenta

Israeli designer Arava Polak every year presents to the world wonderful collections of wedding dresses, making the dream of a gentle and quivering wedding look a reality.Skirts made of fine fabrics, gracefully flowing to the bottom, bring a hint of romance and lightness to the wedding outfit. Decorated with delicate lace and patterned embroidery, the wedding dresses of the famous brand are decorated with shimmering beads, sparkling beads and iridescent matte pearls.

Wedding dress from Arava Polak

The recognized leader of wedding fashion is also the designer Carolina Herrera. Her outfits are distinguished by restraint, aristocracy and femininity. At the same time, quite often in Carolina’s wedding collections, there are wedding models made in unusual gray and pink shades.

Wedding dress from Carolina Herrera

Wedding dresses of the Spanish brand Yolan Cris can be called very “unexpected”. His outfits successfully combine the features of the avant-garde and the Victorian era. The special dresses in the Yolan Cris collection are ensembles made in boho style. The designers’ wedding dresses, sewn from natural fabrics in classic white color, are distinguished by unusual decor, made by hand in natural and folk motives.

Wedding Dress from Yolan Cris

Berta Bridal’s attention is focused on the combination of harmony of elegance.Decorated with the most delicate lace, devoid of any pretentious decor, wedding dresses from the designer’s collections focus on the open back and graceful curves of the female figure.

Wedding dress from Berta Bridal

Outfits from the Reem Acra brand are distinguished by their extraordinary luxury and abundance of decor. Unlike his colleagues, the designer decorates his models with intricate embroidery, an abundance of rhinestones, pearls, draperies of varying complexity and numerous laces. Luxurious wedding dresses from her collection can be described as “royal”, moreover, most of the models are decorated with gold thread embroidery.The models themselves are distinguished by complex, sophisticated and dissimilar silhouettes. Some of the designer’s outfits surprise with the use of very unusual, avant-garde, decorative elements: a feather skirt or a long cape, which changes the whole concept of a wedding dress. One thing remains traditional in the brand’s collections – the classic white color of the wedding dress.

Wedding dress from Reem Acra

Daring, sensual, beautiful

There are designers who have a very non-standard vision of wedding fashion.For example, the famous brand “Alessandro couture” under which Alessandro Angelozzi creates. Each dress in his collection is like a challenge to traditional fashion. The master presents luxurious ensembles made in both classic white and bright red shades. The designer successfully adds a hint of sexuality to traditional dress silhouettes, making the dresses truly unique and incredibly sensual.

Wedding dress from Alessandro Angelozzi

The collection of wedding dresses from the famous designer Zahavit Tshuba can be called very bold and sexy.His outfits are distinguished by boldness, unusual styles and new, sometimes rather bold, combinations, often attracting attention with their frankness.

Wedding dress from Zahavit Tshuba

Wedding dresses from the Israeli fashion house Dimitrius Dalia surprise with an abundance of luxurious trimmings from sparkling crystals and snow-white pearls. Made of the highest quality fabrics with stunning lace patterns, the dresses fit the female figure perfectly. And chic long trains and light translucent capes harmoniously complement the wedding ensemble.

Wedding dress from Dimitrius Dalia

Wedding dresses from the Japanese brand Yumi Katsura are recognized as modern masterpieces, in every detail of which luxury and sophistication, impeccable cut and unique decor are successfully combined. Amazingly beautiful embroidered patterns and all kinds of draperies made of beautiful expensive materials make the wedding dresses of the Japanese brand extremely attractive for many brides from all over the world.

Wedding dress from Yumi Katsura

French designers keep up with their colleagues.Renowned brand Cymbeline showcases unique and incredibly beautiful bridal models every season, with harmonious, sophisticated, feminine and French-style attractive silhouettes.

Wedding dress from Cymbeline

Among the Russian brands engaged in sewing wedding dresses, note:

  1. Larisa Postnikova (Gabbiano),
  2. Tatiana Kaplun,
  3. Svetlana Lyalina (Svetlina)
  4. Svetlana Lyalina8 (Svetlina) (Eva Utkina),
  5. Natasha Bovykin,
  6. Anna Bogdan,
  7. Natalia Romanova.

Young but incredibly talented designers have managed to win the attention of the fashion audience with their bright ideas and their unique incarnations. For example, Larisa Postnikova already in 2008 managed to enter the top of the best wedding designers in the Russian wedding fashion industry. Her outfits are dresses made of light fabrics (satin and silk), expensive lace and hand embroidery, shades of white, gold, pink and cappuccino, unusual for wedding fashion, as well as decor from beads, bugles, and pearls.

Wedding dress from Gabbiano

Domestic wedding designer Natalya Romanova prefers satin bows and rosettes, sequins, perfectly fitting corsets, flowing fabrics and gold lace embroidered with beads.

Wedding dress from Natalya Romanova

Models by Svetlana Lyalina are distinguished by their elegance, consistent clean lines, as well as the use of shimmering satin and soft lace.

Wedding dress from Svetlana Lyalina

Eva Utkina dresses her models in wedding dresses that are incredibly fresh, tender and romantic.The designer decorates each dress with snow-white flowing lace, flirty bows, the finest drapery, laconic and graceful decor of rhinestones and beads.

Wedding dress from Eva Utkina

A distinctive feature of the collections of the Russian designer Anna Bogdan is the uniqueness of each released model. The brand’s designers apply innovative art techniques for decoration and drapery, which are done by hand. It is in the collections of this brand that you can most often find dress models richly decorated with rhinestones or pearls, or unusually draped corsets.

Wedding dress from Anna Bogdan

Wedding dress from Tatiana Kaplun

Wedding dress from Natasha Bovykina

10 best designers of wedding dresses in Russia!

Wedding dress is perhaps the very first and most important thing that every bride thinks about when preparing for the wedding. There are many well-known international brands: Pronovias, Rosa Clará, Vera Wang. However, there are also talented fashion designers in our country who have achieved tremendous success.That is why we have prepared a list of the 10 best wedding dress designers in Russia.

Svetlana Lyalina – Visit Website

Behind the name of Svetlana Lyalina stands 20 years of experience tons of tailoring of wedding and evening dresses. For 10 years, the designer has been presenting his work under the Svetlana Lyalina brand, presenting new collections of outfits for special events every season. The collections of wedding and evening dresses of the Svetlana Lyalina brand are outfits for real ladies – with delicate taste, confident in their impeccable style, appreciating exclusivity and the highest quality.The collections wonderfully combine and harmoniously exist with each other, the lightness and weightlessness of wedding dresses in a romantic style , so reminiscent of a love cocktail, consisting of light and airy organza, rich decor and a delicate train with the majesty and pomp of real royal dresses, with their indispensable attributes – lace and silk, satin and taffeta and a corset decorated with crystals, rhinestones or pearls. Lace, so generously, but at the same time delicately used by the designer, gives an indescribable feeling of inner strength and aristocratic brilliance.A wedding dress from Svetlana Lyalina will dispel the misconception that this is an outfit for one, albeit the most important day, in the life of every girl. It will stay with you for life, become your family heirloom, and will be passed on from generation to generation. Delight Others! Enjoy Yourself! ”

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Nadezhda Yusupova – Visit the website

Designer of Speranza Couture brand Nadezhda Yusupova – owner of two luxury wedding boutiques Wedding Rooms , an amazing woman, mother of two beautiful children.Daughter, Albina Yusupova, is the designer of the famous wedding brand Yusupova Couture , which is very popular both in Russia and abroad. For 6 years, Wedding Rooms has become one of the most popular and luxurious wedding boutiques in Moscow. The most famous world brands are presented in the salons. Just 5 months ago, Nadezhda Yusupova decided to launch her own wedding brand – Speranza Couture. Speranza Couture is a Russian brand inspired by love.Having studied the huge demand of her brides, Nadezhda Yusupova decided to realize her old dream – to create her own brand that would meet all new and fashionable trends in wedding fashion. Wedding dresses from Speranza Couture – elegant and sophisticated, romantic and sexy, made only from natural fabrics. Dresses with light silk skirts and lace inserts, open backs and long trains. Hope’s motto: “The only happiness in life is a constant striving forward.(E. Zola) “

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Natasha Bovykina – Visit Website

Fabrics, frills, laces have surrounded Natasha Bovykina since childhood.She was born into a family of a seamstress in the historic city of Kungur, which from ancient times was famous for skilled artisans and tailors. At one time, old merchant mansions, decorated with ornate patterns, inspired Natasha to create her own wedding dress. It charmed not only the beloved, but also all the girlfriends. Soon the girl began to receive orders for handmade wedding dresses. After that there was a fascinating study of the art of corsetry at the St. Petersburg engineering school of clothing. It was there, under the influence of talented teachers, that the main style of the fashion designer’s work was formed.It was a classic fit corset with fluffy skirts, silk ribbons and lots of small details. The creative cycle captured the young fashion designer, and a year later she opened the first small atelier in her hometown near Perm. Favorite business is constantly evolving. At the moment, Natasha Bovykina has two branded showrooms in Kungur and Perm. A showroom in the center of modern design ARTPLEE is the main representative office of the brand in Russia and the CIS countries.Over the years, magical works of wedding art have been created in the studio of Natasha Bovykina using unique author’s patterns, taking into account the latest fashion trends.

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Natalia Romanova – Visit Website

The famous designer of evening and wedding clothes Natalia Romanova is from Nizhny Novgorod.It was in her hometown that about 10 years ago she started to found the brand of the same name, which is currently known far beyond the borders of Russia. Brand “Natalia Romanova” has been known since 2001 and is one of the most sought-after brands of wedding and evening fashion. Impeccable taste, excellent workmanship quickly led the brand to success and popularity. Now dresses “Natalia Romanova” are presented in almost all cities of Russia, as well as in Europe and neighboring countries.In the design of the Natalia Romanova collections one can feel the author’s emphasis – clean lines, charming simplicity, which does not go over the edge of excess, but fits perfectly into the current stream of trends. “Natalia Romanova” is the golden mean between chic, classic tenderness and sublimity in the image of a bride. From collection to collection, every dress is a little secret and a revolution at the same time.

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Eva Utkina – Visit Website

Wedding designer Eva Utkina I am sure that every bride is special.That is why wedding dresses in Eva’s collections are so unique. Luxury, elegance, femininity and a bit of eccentricity – all the features necessary for a magnificent wedding dress are combined in perfect proportion. Eva Utkina is a new brand in the wedding fashion market. Since 2008, it began as an author’s wedding salon of exclusive dresses. Working in the field of custom tailoring, they have gained vast experience and studied the demand. A lot of happy brides got married in exclusive dresses from Eva Utkina.Also, in parallel with this, they created their own mini collections of wedding dresses. Due to the expansion of capacities, creativity and the desire to create more and more new models, a sewing company was organized in 2012. When creating a dress, only original and high-quality fabrics and lace are used. “We create our dresses taking into account the latest world wedding trends, which allows our models to be not only fashionable, but also in demand.”

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Olga Sposa – Visit Website

The history of the trade mark “Olga Sposa” began 25 years ago, at a very difficult time, but persistence and desire to become the best helped us to survive.Over such a long period, have gained huge experience in the production of wedding dresses. Over the years, a team of professionals has come together, a large number of business partners have appeared from many regions of Russia. The Olga Sposa company is dynamically developing, mastering new sales markets in various regions of Russia, while maintaining a steady demand for wedding dresses in Moscow as well. The experience of designers, constructors and regular participation in international exhibitions allows to remain at the peak of fashion trends, and always be in trend, not inferior in style and quality to foreign manufacturers. Olga Sposa wedding dresses are a style, proven quality and a huge selection for the most beautiful brides in the world.

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Anna Bogdan – Visit Website

In 2004, a new star lit up in the world of wedding fashion, which is very popular today – this is “Anna Bogdan Wedding Fashion House” (Anna Bogdan).Anna Bogdan, a talented woman designer from Russia, became its founder. “On a happy wedding day, the bride must be beautiful and individual. Our mission is to create a wedding dress as the best setting for the wedding gemstone – the beauty and uniqueness of the bride, that light of happiness that she gives to the world on this beautiful day. ” House of wedding fashion “Anna Bogdan” (“Anna Bogdan”) is a manufacturer of exclusive wedding dresses, models of which are developed on the basis of a careful analysis of the wishes of the bride and using stylistic solutions, individual for her.Each dress “Anna Bogdan” tries to make a work of art, not ignoring even the most imperceptible, at first glance, little things. When working with artistic elements – embroidery and inlay – “Anna Bogdan” uses only manual work, since only through the warmth of the master’s hands can the designer’s intention be accurately conveyed.

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Tatiana Kaplun – Visit Website

The name of the Russian fashion designer Tatiana Kaplun has long been known in the wedding fashion industry.During the existence of the company of the same name, which was founded in Nizhny Novgorod in 1995, its work was highly appreciated by professionals, as well as the gratitude and recognition of many thousands of brides who chose a dress from Tatiana Kaplun for their wedding dress. The worldwide recognition of Tatiana Kaplun is expressed by awards from prestigious international wedding fashion awards, as well as a high appreciation of of the infinite variety of styles, styles and colors of the Russian designer. In a wedding dress from Tatiana Kaplun, the bride always looks stylish, uniquely beautiful, magical and unforgettably beautiful! The collections of wedding dresses by Tatiana Kaplun, widely represented in wedding salons in more than 80 cities of Russia, as well as in the capitals of Ukraine and Belarus, are of impeccable quality and craftsmanship.All models harmoniously combine classic and modern, Empire lightness and graceful silhouette models. Over 15 years of work, unique collections of wedding dresses from Tatiana Kaplun have been released, among which I would like to highlight six: Flower extravaganza 2013, Love & Lucky 2012, Coco Chanel 2011, Temptation 2010, Courage 2009, Femme Fatal 2008.

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Larisa Postnikova – Visit the website

Prior to the creation of Gabbiano Larisa invested her talent in the development of other people’s ideas.After launching her own brand in 2008, Larisa became one of the best wedding designers in of the Russian bridal fashion industry. For six years, more than 10 collections of wedding dresses have been created, models are presented in more than 110 cities of Russia and neighboring countries, and the geography is constantly expanding. In its work, the Gabbiano team uses fabrics (satin, silk) and expensive European-made lace in various shades of white, gold, pink and cappuccino color, beads and bugles, pearls.When creating models, hand embroidery is used. TM Gabbiano is more than 2000 original models of wedding dresses, created by professionals. Every year Gabbiano releases new collections of dresses, delighting with new ideas and fashion trends. Dresses are presented in more than 500 cities of Russia, as well as abroad. Gabbiano is constantly working to expand its dealer network.

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Also, we would like to highlight separately the wonderful Designer of the brand Oksana Mukha. This is a Ukrainian brand that is extremely popular in Russia.

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Ukrainian brand OKSANA MUKHA was founded 20 years ago and has already won one of the top positions in the European wedding fashion market. This company has confidently declared itself in the segment of exquisite wedding dresses and evening dresses, where competition is traditionally high and where the “entrance ticket” is not easy to get. The woman who formed the concept of wedding fashion in Ukraine.Oksana Teodorovna creates dresses that complement the personality. However, the key role in the history of the brand’s formation was played, oddly enough, by her own wedding. Probably, the designer’s success lies in the fact that she very subtly feels the mood of the newlyweds and knows what they really want. The brand’s success is growing with an arithmetic progression: entering the international market, opening an author’s salon in his native Lviv and Paris, international specialized exhibitions, awards and shows. Style from OKSANA MUKHA is the embodiment of high artistic taste, designer’s skill, combined with European quality and the best materials from around the world. This is the personification of refined elegance and tenderness in every dress. 3. The collections were successfully presented at international specialized exhibitions throughout Europe. Oksana Mukha became the first Ukrainian brand that took part and demonstrated its dresses at the prestigious Italian exhibition Sposaitalia 2015. Also, the brand is a regular participant in such famous exhibitions as European Bridal Week (Germany), Interdride (Germany), The Harrogate Bridal Show ( England). The company cooperates with more than 300 representatives in 35 countries of the world.Partner salons in Paris, Prague, Moscow, Belfast, London, Riga, Dubai, Munich, Toronto, Yerevan, Odessa, Tokyo, Tirana, Astana, Wroclaw, Melbourne, Chisinau.

90,000 The world’s best wedding dress designers. Vera Wong.

The world’s best wedding dress designers. Vera Wong.

Companies rating 1. Wedding studio of Kazakova Anastasia2. Wedding Center Paris. Four wedding salons under one roof.3. Paris Bridal Salon See more

Today we will continue the topic of the previous article, which was devoted to wedding dresses from Vera Wong. But let’s change the angle a little. This time our attention will be focused not so much on the designer himself as on the dresses that he creates.

First of all, I would like to emphasize again the variety of options that awaits you. It seems that her collections include dresses for absolutely every taste.At the same time, they are surprisingly not to be confused with anything. Some amazing softness of the lines unites all her creations.

She creates dresses of various silhouettes, and each of us can choose an option based on his figure.

For example, dresses with a straight silhouette can either fit the figure or be looser in cut. They, as a rule, emphasize the curves of the body favorably, and due to this, even the simplest of them with a minimum of jewelry will look elegant and exciting.

Such an outfit can visually make you look taller. Especially if you choose high-heeled shoes. And by adding a belt to it, you will successfully emphasize the waist.

Those who prefer the so-called mermaid silhouette can also find a version to their liking. “Mermaid” is deservedly popular with many brides, because, frankly, it looks the most sexy. But, at the same time, it didn’t go at all.

As a rule, they are most often chosen by girls with an hourglass figure type, since such outfits emphasize all the advantages of their forms, focusing on this.

Of course, a magnificent wedding dress is considered a recognized classic. Or, as they are also called, “princess” dress.

Silhouette A implies a smooth expansion of the outfit towards the bottom. Perhaps, this is the most neutral and calm variant suitable for almost all figures.

Vera Wong is also experimenting with dress colors. She has the whole gamut: from soft pink and almost flesh to bright red and black. The latter is clearly an option for the most daring brides.

We decided to finish our article with our own top-4 wedding dresses from Vera Wong. In our opinion, they look simply irresistible.

Well, isn’t it?

Which of the 12 dresses presented here did you like the most? Choose your option, and in the next article we will tell you about another designer!

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The world’s best wedding dress designers.Vera Wong, part 1. Vera Wong is probably the very first name that pops up in memory when she says “dream wedding dress”

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90,000 Notable wedding dress designers: England

In London, new talents showcase their creations at the White Gallery.Veteran wedding designers create dresses for people of blue blood.

Lee Seung Jin

Lee Seung Hee is a Korean-born designer. From an early age he lives in the capital of Foggy Albion. She graduated from the prestigious Central Saint Martin School of Art and Design. The designer presented the first collection of wedding dresses at Barcelona Bridal Week in 2010. Her debut is called brilliant.

Justin Alexander

Justin Alexander Fashion House is over 10 years old.The founder of the brand is Justin Alexander. The wedding dresses of famous designers have won numerous awards. In the 90s, designers were awarded the Debi prize. In 2007 in the USA, Tony Mentel was awarded the Debi Award for Best Designer for the Justin Alexander collection. Every year the brand presents wedding dresses at exhibitions in Madrid, Paris, Harrogate, Essen.

Jenny Packham

Jenny Packham is a graduate of St Martin’s College of Art. For the first time presented a ready-to-wear collection in 1988 in Italy.She took world fashion by storm and received the title of “First Lady of Evening Dresses”. She founded an international fashion house specializing in fine evening wear and wedding dresses.

Among the fans of the brand are Kate Moss, Nicole Kidman, Keira Knightley, Sarah Jessica Parker, Eva Longoria. In 2006, the brand won the title of “Best Hollywood Designer”.

Ian Stuart

Ian Suart is one of the most sought after in the world of bridal fashion.

He studied design at the University of London.Trained at Bellville Sassoon, one of the most famous English fashion houses, which sews evening wear for members of the royal family.

He has some of the most prestigious titles and awards including UK’s Best Bridal Fashion Designer and several American Design Excellence in the Bridal Industry awards.

His works are often equated with works of art. Jan is a big lover of fashion history, theater, which is reflected in his vision.

Stewart Parvin

Stuart Parvin studied fashion at Edinburgh College of Art.He worked with the famous couturier Donald Campbell. In 1995 he opened his own boutique and created the Stewart Parvin brand.

Stuart’s motto is elegance and sophistication. He quickly gained popularity in royal circles and became a favorite of Elizabeth II. Her Majesty, as a sign of appreciation, awarded the fashion designer with the order.

When the British royal family decided to celebrate the wedding of Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Phillips, it was no surprise that Stuart Parvin had a dress for her.

Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood is the national pride of England and the great reformer of haute couture.
Vivienne is from the land of the rains.

Remaining a true Englishwoman by nature, Westwood never ceases to shock the public.

Daring cut, breathtaking silhouettes and searing colors are the hallmarks of the brand.

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