Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with Mira Zwillinger, an Israeli designer. The label is Lovella Bridal’s latest addition, and once you view the photos from our viewing you’ll know why. (If you missed our photos from Ines Di Santo and Rivini runway shows, click here.)
How special this viewing was. We absolutely loved the embroidery in this latest couture collection. Mira’s gowns are incredibly light and airy; she uses a beautiful chiffon. Her creations can best be described as whimsical, romantic and elegant chic with an edge.
And it’s no wonder why she is so passionate about her gowns. For example, as soon as a gown emerged she couldn’t continue a conversation because the gowns are truly works of art that need to be appreciated in silence; you can’ help but enjoy each delicate detail that has been strategically placed. Quality is Mira’s number one priority, and that is exactly what each Mira bride will receive.
Like all great art, a perfect canvas is required. Each gown begins with the most quality of fabric, in the most flattering feminine shape, then is adorned in the most lovely of elements like: the amazing embroidery we mentioned before, intricate beading, delicate leaves and rosettes of varying sizes. Throw in some sparkle and sashes and you’ve got magic. We are so We are so thrilled to offer this designer’s creations in our salon.
Each Mira Zwillinger gown is custom made; no one dress is the same. How apropos it is that this mother/daughter (Mira/Lihi) duo’s last collection was inspired by Snowflakes?
Enjoy these exclusive images! Also, note a very special photo of Lovella’s Nayri and Angie with the designer herself, Mira Zwillinger.