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Luisa Beccaria Autumn Winter 2009

  

Dream, grace and levity are synonymous with the romantic aesthetic of Luisa Beccaria. Voluptuous and audacious, her muses are poetic and gracefully exquisite; multifaceted dreamers that are strong and contemporary.

  

Luisa Beccaria’s diverse cultural and artistic background easily translates in all her collections.

  

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Marchesa Notes Fall 2009 Collection

 

Elegant evening and bridal gowns, inspired by vintage and Asian influences, defines the Marchesa Collection. The beautifully crafted designs fuse high fashion with an eclectic aesthetic.

      

Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig first met at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. Georgina, a 2001 graduate of the Wimbledon School of Art, began her career as a costume designer.

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Azura Bridal Spring 2009 Collection

        

Azura Bridal is a higher end designer (prices on the Wedding Shoppe’s webpage range from $2313 to $4,375) Azura also has a veil collection. Azura Bridal’s Spring 2009 collection features gowns that hug your curves before sweeping out into gently flared skirts. Hand beading, intriguing subtle fabric patterns, and crystal accents for a distinctively beautiful look.

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Gemy Bridal Couture 2009 Bridal Collection

      

Gemy created Bridal Couture in 2003 in response to the needs of today’s brides with their awareness of their own charm. This fashion house combines a veiled sensuality with a contemporary self-assurance.

The spring/summer 2009 collection includes dresses ranging from simple elegance to fantastic opulence; sparkling with precious gems; luxurious lace and trimmings adding to their sophistication.

      

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Roberto Toretta 2009 Bridal Collection

      

The ROBERTO TORRETTA 2009 collection has taken on a new sophistication. Where shape and volume take on major importance and contrast is paramount. It celebrates the femininity of the future that is contaminated by references of the past. The collection takes its inspiration from influences from seventies designer Ossie Clark, giving it an ultra-chic feeling. A long lean silhouette is then infused with low squared off necklines for wool or georgette maxi dresses and georgette blouses, paired with flannel wide leg trousers.

    

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Lea–Ann Belter 2009 Bridal Collection

      

As a top student of fashion, nominated for numerous design awards, Lea–Ann Belter trained with a couturier before opening her first custom gown boutique in Toronto’s exclusive Yorkville area.

      

Brides across the world seek out the beautifully crafted Lea–Ann Belter collection for a myriad of reasons — simple and elegant designs, incredible attention to detail, workmanship equal to or better than that of the creations from the runways of Paris. Lea–Ann Belter’s wedding designs are simply beautiful.

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Lea–Ann Belter 2009 Bridal Collection

      

As a top student of fashion, nominated for numerous design awards, Lea–Ann Belter trained with a couturier before opening her first custom gown boutique in Toronto’s exclusive Yorkville area.

      

Brides across the world seek out the beautifully crafted Lea–Ann Belter collection for a myriad of reasons — simple and elegant designs, incredible attention to detail, workmanship equal to or better than that of the creations from the runways of Paris. Lea–Ann Belter’s wedding designs are simply beautiful.

      

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Kate Sherford 2009 Bridal Collection

        

Kate Sherford has worked in the bridal industry for nine years and has designed her own collections of wedding gowns for the past five. Her work continues the company’s thirty year tradition of producing the best of English designer wedding gowns, previously under the labels Andrea Wilkin and Peter Brandon.

      

Every gown is handmade by a dedicated team of skilled cutters, seamstresses and hand beaders in Taunton, Somerset. Many of the designs include a level of corsetry that requires a very high standard of cut and fit. The design direction is soft and feminine incorporating asymmetric waistlines and big skirts with ruching, gathering and lace; and a key fabric is taffeta in a wide range of subtle colour mixes.

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Stephan Badal 2009 Bridal Collection

      

Stephan Badal, designer from fashion metropolis Antwerp, creates fashion for the new woman, who is wife, mother, friend and carrier hunter. Stephan Badal, aged 35, completed his education at the department “Couture” of the Charles Montaigne Academy for fashion in Amsterdam.

In order to perfect his skills in making patterns and the execution of his creations, he had a supplementary education at the Bob Molenaar Fashion school in Amsterdam. After his study, he worked for 3 years as head designer in various fashion houses in the Netherlands. In 1996 he created his first own collection, which he showed in the most classy dutch golfclubs in the Netherlands.

      

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Lea–Ann Belter 2009 Bridal Collection

As a top student of fashion, nominated for numerous design awards, Lea–Ann Belter trained with a couturier before opening her first custom gown boutique in Toronto’s exclusive Yorkville area.

    

Brides across the world seek out the beautifully crafted Lea–Ann Belter collection for a myriad of reasons — simple and elegant designs, incredible attention to detail, workmanship equal to or better than that of the creations from the runways of Paris. Lea–Ann Belter’s wedding designs are simply beautiful.

    

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Reverie 2009 Bridal Collection

Born in New York, Lia Mcnairy acquired her taste for elegance in fashion and life while growing up in Brussels at the American Embassy in the late 70’s and later in St. Remy de Provence in the South of France. As a child Lia would sit at the top of the staircase at the embassy watching the parade of beautiful evening gowns at all the black tie balls, dreaming of one day becoming a designer of all that is beautiful and luxurious.

Mcnairy met Melissa Sweet while shopping for her own custom designed gown in 2003. Lia is now pleased to bring her talent & passion for all things simple and elegant to Melissa Sweet as co-designer for both the Melissa Sweet collection and Reverie by Melissa Sweet.

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Vineyard 2009 Bridal Collection

Mark Brower comes to the Priscilla of Boston group after designing for Vera Wang and Finesse Embro deries, where he developed his sophisticated approach to embellishment and learned the intricate art of beading. His impressive command of design landed him a position as professor of Fashion Design at Parson’s School of Design in New York, as well as a spot on the design teams of the Priscilla of Boston and Melissa Sweet collections.

In November 2006, Brower was appointed designer and given the task to create VINEYARD, the newest collection by Priscilla of Boston group. Brower’s hope is that his gowns for the VINEYARD Collection will enchant brides and complete their wedding day.

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