Posts Tagged ‘Anna Maier’

Trend Snippet: Illusion Necklines
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Bridal Fashion, Bridal Market Spring 2014

Whew! We’re finally back from Spring 2014 Bridal Market, and a what a whirlwind it was! If you didn’t catch our live-at-the-runway coverage on Twitter or Instagram, don’t worry—we’ll be recapping all the great trends and amazing details right here on the blog. We’ll also be posting highlight reels and complete collections daily in our Fashion Ideas section, so be sure to stop by there as well. Up first: illusion necklines. Designers kept things sheer yet covered up on top by overlaying mesh with beautiful bead work and flower embroidery. This look is great for the bride who loves interesting details and isn’t afraid to get a little flirty with her gown.

no. 1 Anna Maier / Ulla-Maija Couture • no. 2 Christos 

no. 3 Rivini • no. 4 Austin Scarlett

Want more from Bridal Fashion week? Be sure to check out our Day 1 Recap and complete collections from Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier, Marchesa, Reem Acra, and more!


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Trend Snippet: Lace Reinvented
Posted by Kate. Filed under Uncategorized

Lace made a huge comeback on the runways this season and we couldn’t be happier reveling in this classic fabric.  What we really love, though, is all of the contemporary styling and the suggestion of modern romance. Makes our hearts go pitter patter.

no. 1 Anna Maier • no. 2 Temperley London • no. 3 Alvina Valenta

no. 4 Jim Hjelm • no. 5 Marchesa • no. 6 Reem Acra

Here are thirty dresses that put lace back on the bridal radar

Have a wonderfully romantic and cozy weekend!



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Day Three: NYC Bridal Market Top Ten {Part One}
Posted by Kate. Filed under Wedding Dress

Happy Wednesday! I’ve zipped back to my home on the West coast, but I’ve still got plenty of highlights from the weekend to share.  So, again, in no particular order… here goes!

One.  Vera in Red

That’s right… Vera’s newest collection was presented  in shades of red.  It was magnificent, memorable, spirited, and celebratory.  She chose bright, beautiful hues of scarlett, crimson, dahlia and vermillion.  See her full collection {over here}.

Two. Rivini in Spring

Designer Rita Vinieris played with soft organic architecture and brilliant light reflective beading to bring forth her inspiring Spring 2013 collection.

Three. Beautiful Backs by Badgley Mischka

 I just couldn’t get over how pretty both the fronts and backs of these gowns are.   There is such a sexy sophistication about these styles, don’t you think?

Four. Ethereal Ines

While Ines di Santo is known for her glamorous show-stopping gowns, I enjoyed this softer, more ethereal look from her latest runway presentation.

Five. Anna Maier’s Elegant Drama

The Anna Maier runway experience was one of a sensual, elegant drama… here’s one of my favorites from the collection that  supremely captured that essence.

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