As our bridal market coverage comes to an end – we are thrilled to complete our journey with Ines Di Santo‘s private viewing. During writing appointments our exclusive buyers decide which gowns Lovella Bridal will feature in store. This season’s collection is comprised of pearls, textures and sequince details. From unique intricacy to the attention to fine detail; this collection will bring brides their dream dress! If being a fashion geek isn’t enough, imagine the feeling as you witness art and couture as one. Love what you see below? These gowns will be available in store during our Ines Di Santo Trunk show July 17-19. For appointment bookings call 818.246.4637.
Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with a look at our private viewing of the latest offerings from Berta, a luxury label we introduced to Lovella brides in 2014. (View more from our market adventures here.) Berta’s latest collection is her best yet. It’s even more sexy and feminine than before (and we didn’t think that was possible). The latest gowns are definitely channeling more leg with transparent skirts and slits. Love what you see? These gowns pictured below will be in store this weekend January 29th – February 2nd, 2015 during our Berta Trunk Show. Inquire within for appointments. Enjoy these exclusive images, including the first one below of the designer herself with our very own Nayri and Angie. Stay tuned for even more from bridal fashion week before we wrap it up.
Lovella is always striving to be innovative, creative and push boundries. We were so inspired upon our return from bridal market in NYC we began designing a floor plan to reproduce a runway show in store to kick off our INES DI SANTO trunk show. Our buyers wanted to create a unique experience for brides to live a day in the life of a Lovella Bridal Buyer and to experience a runway show the way in which a buyer does. It’s safe to say we succeeded! We look forward to creating more events like this in store in the near future! Enjoy our show through images captured by Hilma Photography. Stay tuned for a part II post on this lovely evening featuring Doloris Petunia Flower Girl Dresses! Above: The lovely Avenue Beauty Boutique team who did our models fabulous Hair & Make up Below: Our knowledgeable team of Lovella Bridal Fashion Stylists with Ines Di Santo […]
Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with a look at our salon’s newest acquisition: Zahavit Tshuba. (If you missed photos from our Edgardo Bonilla private viewing and Jorge Manuel runway show, click here.) Zahavit Tshuba hails from Tel Aviv, Israel. Her latest collection is extremely dynamic and we love that the tops and skirts are interchangeable, making it easy to mix and match the separates to create a look that is uniquely you. The collection is delicate, feminine, and for the fashion-forward bride who is willing to push the envelope. Once you see the gowns from our viewing below, you’ll see why we’ve added Tshuba’s designs to our couture repertoire. We offer Los Angeles area brides access to nothing but the most fabulous and coveted gowns, and Zahavit Tshuba is an invaluable addition to our offerings. Enjoy these exclusive images! Stay tuned for even more from bridal fashion week.
Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with the runway show featuring designer Jorge Manuel’s latest designs. (If you missed photos from the Matthew Christopher runway show wand Edgardo Bonilla private viewing, click here.) Manuel’s Fall/Winter 2015 Collection has such diversity! From slinky gowns showing leg to interesting jewel necklines to a breath taking ball gown, there is something for every bride in this collection. But not to worry; it does stay true to the Jorge Manuel signature of architecture and unique embroideries, laces and beading. Also, we’re incredibly excited to be hosting a trunk show featuring select styles hot off the New York City runway December 5-7, 2014. Stay tuned for more information, or contact us now to secure an appointment. Enjoy these exclusive images! Stay tuned for even more from bridal fashion week.