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The Most In-Demand Wedding Dress Designers

Tuesday 6th June 2017
The idea of a bride will continue evolve through the decades to come but one thing seems certain to remain: the bridal gown. It is one of the most single important details of the day graced upon us by the incredibly talented wedding dress designers of the world. Here's our round up of the most in-demand wedding dress designers right now.
Posted under: fashion Tagged: #brides


•    Suzanne Harward
•    Steven Khalil
•    J’Aton Couture
•    Grace Loves Lace

Suzanne Harward is the wedding dress designer in Australia known for creating sophisticated and timeless couture gowns for brides. We are entirely captivated by her latest collection “Illuminati” for the bold and fashionable bride. Harward’s creations convey the designer’s refreshing point of view and give a much needed injection of high fashion in to an industry that often lacks a fresh perspective. It is evident that experience plays a pivotal role in the exquisite design and construction across the entire collection. Each dress is meticulously crafted to complement its luminous name. One dress shines a pale yet glimmering gold, its elongating form creates the illusion of a taller bride. Harward’s sublime talent translates into the most beautiful bridal gowns, proving why she is a force to be reckoned with among the wedding dress designers of the world.


•    Delphine Manivet
•    Donatelle Godart
•    Laure de Sagazan
•    Rime Arodaky

French bridal gown designer, Delphine Manivet brings a chic and modern approach to bridal fashion. Her approach of relaxed romanticism conjures the aesthetic of forest-green imagery and dancing white petals. Manivet believes that “the dress” should be an extension of the bride and her wardrobe allowing her to feel at ease and in her own skin on the day. With each new collection, the designer too stays true to her own style and it is no surprise that Manivet is a reliable favourite among today’s fashionable brides. Effortless in its appearance, Manivet awes her admirers through the ceremonial dress. With a mix of elegantly tailored looks and flowing unstructured dresses, femininity is celebrated in all its glorious liberation. Viva la France.


•    Oscar de la Renta
•    Vera Wang
•    Marchesa
•    Monique Lhuillier
•    Houghton NYC

Hailing from the US, wedding dress designer and household fashion name, Oscar de la Renta’s signature bridal looks signify sweet class for the chic bride. The team behind the late fashion designer’s brand have honoured him through their creation of a collection of timeless gowns. At first glance the collection celebrates the purity of white in all its simplicity. Although upon closer look, one admires the textured designs of a floral bustier encircled by a silky ivory bow. Each gown in this collection evolves from the strapless lace dress to something classically different. Among these is a sleeveless design with a bateau neckline and silk back ruffle detail and another showcasing a glowing neck trellis of cascading embroidered tulle. True to his signature style, Oscar de la Renta continues to captivate the graceful yet refined bride seeking an equally tasteful gown.

Middle East

•    Galia Lahav
•    Elie Saab
•    Zuhair Murad
•    Krikor Jabotian
•    Liz Martinez

Intricate yet deliciously exquisite, bridal gown designer Galia Lahav is the very essence of opulent extravagance. Lahav’s immaculate gowns are instantly recognisable as she melds the rich features of a classic European bridal gown with the touches of 21st century modernity. Yet what defines a Galia Lahav dress is not its trademark voluminous drama but the love story each dress tells to its bride.
The collection “Le Secret Royal” dazzles the bride with its alluring designs encompassing full skirts, mermaid silhouettes, and the most charming embellishments of crystals and scattered silk petals. Plunging backlines are held in shape by silky sheer and hand embroidered royal rose details that appear to cling to its bride as if one with her. It’s easy to understand why her name is one of the most renowned among wedding dress designers of the world.

Do you see yourself in a gown by any of these world-class designers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Tuesday 6th June 2017