Straight off the couture bridal runways to your wedding isle comes a line of exclusive bridal gowns, Alma Novia. Alma Novia carries the hottest trends for bridal season 2010. Simplistic wedding gowns, dresses with timeless silhouettes, full skirted gowns, along with formfitting bodices perfect for any shape, and beautifully beaded wedding dresses are just a few elements of bridal gown design Alma Novia has to offer.
To follow Decades Silk Collection they have produced the six original vintage-inspired dresses, one from each era, the 1920s through to the 1970s, in lace. The lace is produced in France and comes from a long established company that works with many of the couture brands including Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent. Each Decades Lace Collection dress has been created in a different lace to reflect the era that it is inspired by.
Takami Bridal has been in the bridal gown business in its native Japan since 1923 (although the formal establishment was in 1952), making them one of the pillars in Japan’s wedding industry. They specialize in wedding gown retail and rental and they also operate a bridal school, a cafe, and a restaurant. They can provide a bridal chapel and guesthouse for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
Raimon Bundó novias is one of the Spanish companies that specialises exclusively in the bridal fashion sector and that has more than 35 years of experience. They commercialise their exclusive, highly personal wedding gowns through an extensive network of distributors that includes 130 multi-brand shops all over Spain and abroad, in EU countries.
The Laura Monge Collection features dresses grounded in tradition with innovative touches for an overall look that’s sweet with a hint of sexiness.
Prior to opening his Melrose Avenue shop, Oliver already had secured a reputation in his native country for designing gowns for the elite, including socialites, celebrities, and government officials at the highest levels, including creating the gown former First Lady Imelda Marcos wore to her 80th birthday gala celebration.
Deeply rooted in tradition but reaching out towards the challenges of modernity, Alessandro Angelozzi, a young fashion designer who launched the “Alessandro Couture” brand in 2000, works, plays, and has fun with bridal haute couture, reinventing it season after season. The strength of this line stems from the designer’s understanding of what women really like.