A guipure appliquéd lace was sourced for Miranda’s wedding gown, giving it incredible texture and dimension. The high, shaped neckline, three quarter length sleeves and softly gathered skirt were chosen to fit her brief for a classically elegant gown. Imagery courtesy of Bush Turkey Studio.
Kate wanted a dress that felt fresh and modern whilst not veering too far from tradition. This embroidered tulle with its spot and abstract flowers was perfect for her and was complimented beautifully by the crisp freshness of ivory dupion silk. Images courtesy of Jess Jackson.
Eight metres of the finest Italian silk chiffon went into the making of this dress. Covered in roses so full and blousy, you could almost smell their sweet perfume. Complemented perfectly by Kate Dawes, with a bouquet of long stem roses that look as though they have leapt from the dress, straight into Kira’s hand.
“Kira’s vision for how she wanted to look on her wedding day were crystal clear from the outset. I was so thrilled to play a part in bringing this incredible vision to life. Without a doubt, one of the most beautiful fabrics I have ever worked with”.
Images courtesy of Fontaine.