Ian Stuart Reveals Runway Rebel 2016 Bridal Collection
21 May 2015
Soft and fluid lines dominated the collection of Ian Stuart's 2016 wedding dress desgins.
There was a buzz of excitement as The White Gallery London opened its doors as buyers and press eagerly awaited the new collections from some of the world’s best bridal designers, among which Ian Stuart launched his Runway Rebel collection. Amanda Griffiths reports
Photography by Christopher Dadey
Ian Stuart presented his Runway Rebel collection – described as an ode to life and the freedom to be expressive, creative and rebellious in it. There were the classic Ian Stuart designs but this year also some softer, more fluid outlines taking the audiences breath away. Known for his use of colour the highlight of the collection was his final gown, named Monet – an amazing watercolour print teamed with a black veil with coloured petals.
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Alan Hannah’s Watercolours collection was also launced at the who, featuring silk chiffon and soft satins to emulate water and its movement, with an introduction to more colour and beading all in addition to the structure and form we have come to expect from designer Marguerite Hannah. Click here to see more from the Alan Hannah Watercolour collection show.
The final show of the day was the British Talents where our home-grown designers showed edited highlights of their collections. Emma Hunt opened the show followed by designs by Katya Katya Shehurina, Ivory & Co Bridal, Eliza Jane Howell, Naomi Neoh, Zaeem Hamal, Savin London with Charlotte Balbier’s newest collection closing the show - we take a look at the best of the day here.