JLM Couture Spring | Summer 2013Fashion Preview: Spring | Summer 2013

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on October 13, 2012

A multi-label bridal house presented us with four complete collections: Alvina Valenta, Hayley Paige, Jim Hjelm and Lazaro. Modern, romantic, sophisticated, glamorous to enchanting; JLM Couture houses award-winning designers who create gowns that satisfy the most discerning bride.

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Ines Di SantoFashion Preview: Spring | Summer 2013

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on October 13, 2012

Sophisticated, fabulous, and extravagantly glamorous – Ines Di Santo delivers a collection of mesmerizing gowns. Inspired by movie stars and powerful women, the gowns bring attention to intricate floral beading, body-hugging silhouettes, trendy embroidery and romantic lace appliqués.

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Reem Acra Spring | Summer 2013Fashion Preview: Spring | Summer 2013

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on October 13, 2012

Where the trend starts and tradition continues.” Using stretch fabrics, embroidered illusions and putting her very own signature stamp on sought after lace, these timeless gowns are intertwined and dispersed with texture and novel styles. Giving the modern day bride a gown as unique and special as herself.

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Marchesa Spring | Summer 2013Fashion Preview: Spring | Summer 2013

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on October 13, 2012

Blending Marchesa’s signature ethereal aesthetic with soft architectural details inspired by the heart of the Iris and Bulgarian Rose. Romantic and bold like flowers themselves, dress silhouettes are adorned with cascading petals of silk chiffon blended along with delicate pearl scallops and intricate lace details.

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Vera Wang Spring | Summer 2013Fashion Preview: Spring | Summer 2013

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on October 13, 2012

This collection reflects an exploration of laces all handwrought, pieced, appliquéd and tossed onto an assortmentof light, airy confections with a casual nonchalance. This study in femininity and romance celebrates the wedding gown in a new take on classicism and ornamentation.

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