runway show

December 12, 2014

INES DI SANTO Runway Show at Lovella (Part II): Featuring Doloris Petunia Flower Girl Dresses

We are so excited to introduce Doloris Petunia to all our followers! This is the most adorable hand crafted (in Los Angeles, CA) flower girl dress collection we have ever seen! Lovella debuted the latest collection in store on the runway during our Ines Di Santo Runway Show in October right after Bridal Market in NYC. We had such an amazing time transforming our store into a runway to show off these works of art! If you missed our last post featuring Ines Di Santo‘s gowns click here! Photo’s compliments of Hilma Photography. Credits: Photography: Hilma Photography | Bridal Gowns: Ines Di Santo| Accessories: Maria Elena Headpieces | Flower Girl Dresses: Doloris Petunia| Hair & Makeup: Avenue Beauty Boutique | Florals: Tic-Tock Florals| Media Sponsor: Mondern Luxury Brides California| Rentals: White Night Design| Video: Wind Productions 
November 11, 2014

Bridal Market: Matthew Christopher Runway Show

Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with Matthew Christopher’s runway show. (If you missed photos from the our Kenneth Pool private viewing or Alvina Valenta runway show, click here.) The designer’s 2015 “Inspiration” Collection didn’t disappoint. Each gown was mid-century inspired with a heavy dose of glamour. We saw architectural wonders with low-backs, shimmery fabrics and texture… lots of texture. One each model was a ‘60s look: carefully coiffed hair (more on that here), bold pink lips and cat-eye liner. Enjoy these exclusive images from the runway show. Stay tuned for even more from bridal fashion week!
November 2, 2014

Bridal Market: Kenneth Pool Runway Show

Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues today with Kenneth Pool’s runway show. (If you missed photos from the our Mira Zwillinger or Maria Elena Headpieces private viewings, click here.) The Kenneth Pool Fall 2015 Collection is a combination of ethereal glamour and art deco style. It has traditional and sexy elements throughout, and we love the unique use of sequenced patterned fabrics infused with traditional laces with tulle. The runway show was a real treat! Enjoy these exclusive images. Stay tuned for images from our private viewing of this same collection, where we’ll showcase more gowns from more angles.
October 22, 2014

Bridal Market: Rivini Runway Show

Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with lovely Rivini. (If you missed our photos from Ines Di Santo’s runway show, click here.) This collection is best described as “effortless chic.” The pieces we saw on the runway were soft, romantic, and whimsical with a sexy edge. Our favorite element was the use of detachable skirts; these pieces are so dynamic, and they have the ability to personalize a wedding day ensemble. It’s no surprise that they’re a big trend this season. Too, we love that they are sold separately and can be added to any Rivini design! The official statement for the Fall 2015 Collection, from Rivini’s head designer Rita Vinieris: For Fall 2015, I wanted to explore the concept of “Soft Seduction.” I took all of my favorite go-to-items… a sweatshirt, an oversized tunic, a sexy bustier and a simple t-shirt and created some untraditional interpretations. I also explored options […]
October 19, 2014

Bridal Market: Ines Di Santo Runway Show + View at Lovella

We’re rolling out exclusive Bridal Market coverage beginning with Ines Di Santo’s exquisite runway show. This collection was truly her best yet! This fresh, fashionable and fabulous Fall/Winter 2015 Couture Collection is inspired by the purity of winter. From the designer’s official statement about the designs: “Lace appliques, pearl detailing and architectural beading create depth while underlays in embroidered tulle, organza and English netting build volume among Peau De Soie and double-faced silk gowns. The color palate ranges from ethereal white and ivory to cameo pink, champagne and petal.” Per usual, Ines showed one of the most dynamic collections we view each year. Historically and consistently, she goes from ball gowns to slinky sexy silhouettes. She integrated many geometric designs and embroideries in this collection. Our ultimate favorite trend on this runway was the over skirts! We absolutely love the dynamic use and added level of drama a detachable skirt creates for […]
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