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.
Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with our private viewing of couture designer Edgardo Bonilla’s latest designs. (If you missed photos from the our the Alvina Valenta and Matthew Christopher runway shows, click here.) In this collection, Bonilla’s inspiration was light – and this lightness was evident in each and every gown he created. We saw lots of geometric lines and bursts of sparkle to represent “light.” Take special note of the placement of these special features; it’s atypical and an art all its own. Edgardo has always been our King of Ball Gowns, and this collection absolutely lives up to his title. Enjoy these exclusive images from the runway show. Join us in store to meet Edgardo himself during our Edgardo Bonilla Trunk Show December 12-14, 2014. Directly below is a photo of the designer with Lovella’s Nayri and Angie. Stay tuned for even more from bridal fashion week!
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!
Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues today with Alvina Valenta’s runway show. (If you missed photos from the our Maria Elena Headpieces or Kenneth Pool private viewings, click here.) This time around we were excited by the magical touch on the classic Alvina Valenta designs we’re accustomed to. For this collection, the models strutted down the runway in gowns with a major twist; back drama galore, with details of crystal strands draped on shoulders and backs. All romantic, all fluid, all still lovely; Jessica Williams did a remarkable job with this collection. Enjoy these exclusive images of the Spring 2015 Collection. Stay tuned for even more from bridal fashion week!