New Bridal Collections for 2015

17 Apr 2014

New Bridal Collections for 2015

White Gallery London showcased the hottest new bridal collections for 2015 from over 70 of the world’s most respected designers.

Photography by Christopher Dadey

Alan Hannah 2015 collection

Visitors from around the world visited the fifth White Gallery London exhibition at Battersea Park earlier this week to view the hottest new bridal collections for 2015, with the designer catwalk shows bringing the trends for 2015 to life.

The key trend for 2015 will be back detailing, from laser cut outs, to intricately draped beading and loose cowl draping, there was also a distinct rustling as models walked down the catwalk wearing heaving beaded designs from the designers on show. Sleeves, both full length, three quarter and cap were popular and lace is still set to be a big influence for 2015 brides, although designers were also loving satins and tulles in a big way. Colour is also making a comeback with most designers featuring blush pink in their collections, with a rise in gold and champagne coloured gowns as well.

Madeline Issac-James 2015 signature collection

Lark Bridal opened the catwalk line-up this season, hosting a couture catwalk show featuring new collection gowns by US award-winning designer COCOE VOCI, US vintage-inspired designer Stephanie James and Irish-based designer Caroline Atelier.

Lark Bridal on the catwalk at White Gallery London

White Gallery London favourite Ian Stuart then presented his 2015 Lady Luxe bridal collection. Trends included soft satin and beaded French lace, taffeta metal and sequin embroidered lace as well as organza and metallic beaded lace. The colour palette featured pastel hues in blush pink, pale blue, pale lilac and taupe as well as honey, ivory and gold.

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