Product Alert: Your London Bridal Fashion Week and White Gallery Fashion Fix

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Victoria Kay

Victoria Kay

Victoria Kay are bringing enchantment to London Bridal Fashion Week with a capsule collection of new gowns to compliment the hugely successful collections launched at Harrogate.

Get ready for dreamy princess gowns with monarch-length trains, figure-hugging fishtails and the stand out gowns that Victoria Kay are so well known for.

Alongside the White and Signature collections, Victoria Kay will bring Blush and Ella - two affordable collections. You can also expect the stunning Beauty Collection, a dedicated collection with curves in mind.

Founded in the UK in 2006, Victoria Kay gowns combine continental styling and British elegance, to create made-to-order gowns for brides who want to look perfect on their wedding day.

Victoria Kay is renowned for creating quality gowns with fantastic fit, and stunning dresses with a difference! Their gowns are made using some of the best fabrics and include intricate beadwork, gorgeous lace, and the most modern silhouettes.

Expect colour, prints, new fabrics and some of the most unique dresses available on the high street. You’ll be sure to find something that will suit your brides’ shape and budget from one of their five main collections.

Promising an unmissable deal of no ongoing minimums and buy five get one free, make sure you check out Victoria Kay’s incredible collections at London Bridal Fashion Week 2019.

Make sure you register for London Bridal Fashion Week now to avoid disappointment.

Justin Alexander

Justin Alexander

This season Justin Alexander amps up the classic, refined, and timeless feel that it is known for. The Spring/Summer 2019 collection takes art deco beadwork to the next level with elegant silhouettes and unique patterns.

Jazz-age styles are a sensual nod to the 1920’s and 1930’s and complement the collection beautifully, as do the 1950's preppy-chic styles.

‘Barely there’ gowns add an exciting element to the collection, whilst modern, clean styles are alternative yet sophisticated.

The collection features a range of styles and silhouettes allowing every bride to be and feel herself on her wedding day.

Head to London Bridal Fashion Week to see Justin Alexander's stunning Fall/Winter 2019 collection and be the first to see the brand's Spring/Summer 2020 collection on the runway.

Lotus Threads

Lotus Threads

Lotus Threads is a non-traditional bridal collection that embodies the resilience and beauty of the Lotus flower. The brand is best known for delivering beautiful gowns made by hand, with intricately embellished touches.

The latest collection consists of three different personalities: hand-beaded sultry, bohemian soul, and sophisticated glamour.

The Creative Director, Maribel Diaz, works individually on the layout and placement of all the components on each dress to create the perfect combination of both sexy and elegant. Maribel’s latest collection speaks to brides of all shapes, sizes and personalities from all over the world, which is evident in the depth of fabrications, silhouettes and styles.

Lotus Threads also carries an eveningwear collection, which takes inspiration from the timeless style and aesthetic of New York. Echoes of the Great Gatsby and the colours of Marie Antoinette populate the designs, as do the imaginary parties of Barcelona.

Classic silhouettes are embellished with centuries-old hand-beading techniques that make each piece unique. Lotus Threads will take you back to a time when fashion was about quality and superb craftmanship, their pieces are designed to last.

Make sure you head to the newly rebranded London Bridal Fashion Week to see more stunning Lotus Threads designs.

Elizabeth Dickens

Elizabeth Dickens

Omnisew and Pro Omnisteam

OmniSew and Pro Omnisteam are a specialist supplier and manufacturer of high-quality industrial sewing machines, steam irons and heated vacuum ironing boards that are specially designed for the individual fashion designer, shop and wedding dress manufacturer.

OmniSew’s selectively-sourced and adapted sewing machines are particularly converted for wedding dress production, and this quality brand also produce machines that are suitable for carpet-, upholstery- and curtain-making.

With clients across the world, including Germany, Belgium, Holland and the USA, Omnisew and Pro Omnisteam products and services have become some of the most trusted within the bridal industry.

With two new and amazing products, 2019 is set to be a great year for Omnisew and Pro Omnisteam. If you would like a free demonstration at your shop or premises, head to their website and make an enquiry.

Alternatively, make sure you stop by their stand at London Bridal Fashion Week and check out their fantastic products for yourself. Make sure you register for London Bridal Fashion Week to avoid disappointment.

Elizabeth Dickens have been manufacturing bridal veils for over 20 years. Whilst styles have changed during that time, their philosophy has remained the same – “Quality, Service, Adaptability and Short Lead times.”

All veils are produced in the UK so there should be no problems whatever the result of the ‘B’ word (Brexit!)

With many brides leaving it to the last minute to organise their accessories, it is imperative that Elizabeth Dickens stockists know that they can deliver at short notice – because they can!

For the up-coming season, Elizabeth Dickens predict the trend for large, bold statement veils is likely to continue – veils such as Magda, Bouquet and Trousseaux. Alongside these veils, this brand have soft veils with 3D floral designs that compliment the less structured, softly flowing informal gowns.

Another influence has been the arrival of the pointed trains on gowns. Elizabeth Dickens have tried to compliment these by going for a more angular-shaped veils. Make sure you look out for all this and more on the Elizabeth Dickens stand at London Bridal Fashion Week 2019.

Check out Bridal Buyer's preview of London Bridal Fashion Week 2019 to find out more about this leading fashion event.

Twilight Designs

Twilight Designs

Twilight Designs pride themselves on their fast, efficient and professional service, as well as the positive feedback they receive as a result of this.

The team always aim to provide availability on all Twilight products, all year round, to promote their excellent consistency of supply. On top of this, the brand very rarely discontinue styles because they are aware that, even though trends can always change, traditional styles have great longevity.

Not only do Twilight Designs continue their styles, but they are forever expanding their collection and growing the business globally. Following a belief of refusal to dilute their expertise, Twilight Designs are continuing what they do best and creating more of their popular designs that brides love.

It is worth noting that Twilight Designs do not sell directly to the general public or have an alternative site that allows this; any public enquiries made will be passed on to an appropriate Twilight stockist. This company also have a no minimum order policy and their reasonable prices allow for high profit, high volume sales.

Make sure you check out this reliable brand at London Bridal Fashion Week 2019. For more on the event, see the London Bridal Week 2018 highlights video.

Rachel Gilbert

Rachel Gilbert

Founded in 2007 by Australian designer Rachel Gilbert, the brand offers intricate hand-embellished designs for event wear and bridal, as well as a selection of modern separates.
Worn by some of the most accomplished and iconic women of our time and celebrated across the globe, Rachel Gilbert is sold throughout the world's premier luxury department stores and high-end boutiques, including Harrods, Neiman Marcus, Saks 5th Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman and David Jones.
Luxury infiltrates every element of the brand. Starting from the designer’s studio, then passed to the skilled craftsmanship of hand-beaders before finally culminating in the boutique experience where each design is showcased.
Rachel's acute awareness of modern brides’ needs is innately executed within her bridal collections. Elegantly-tailored floor-sweeping gowns create a timeless sophisticated elegance for the Rachel Gilbert bride.
This will be Rachel Gilbert's first time exhibiting at White Gallery and the first time the bridal collection will be shown internationally.

Make sure you register for White Gallery to see this incredible brand amongst many others.

Eliza Jane Howell

Eliza Jane Howell

The award-winning Eliza Jane Howell collection is designed by Gill Harvey and the label is known around the world for fabulous design and construction. Every dress is hand beaded and individually made, combining traditional and modern techniques and patterns to create something really special and an heirloom piece to pass on to the next generation.

What will you find in their new collection? The same evocative shapes and silhouettes that give their dresses such a sense of perfect vintage style and you will also notice modern twists and details that take the designs to a whole new level.

Eliza Jane Howell have created dresses that are new and exciting that come with a real sense of history.

Read more from our previous Wonder Woman star, Gill Harvey.

Read more from our previous Wonder Woman Wednesday star, Gill Harvey.

 

White Lilly Atelier

White Lilly Atelier

Since opening in 2013, White Lilly Atelier has become a leading South African couturier, encompassing femininity and romance for the fashion forward bride.

Designer, Jacelyn Leigh, creates dresses for those who love bohemian and ultra-modern styles. Jacelyn designs for the free-spirited, modern, bohemian goddess... and every woman in between!

Each wedding gown is designed and delicately hand-made in Johannesburg, South Africa by the designer and her team, who collectively boast over 150 years of experience in couture. Each gown is made in high quality fabrics resulting in luxurious gowns that are comfortable and easy to wear.

Breaking away from the previously seen, conventional styles in the bridal industry, the 2019 White Lilly Atelier collection offers everything from modern, sophisticated silhouettes with clean lines that create a statement, to luxe-bohemian gowns that would make any bohemian goddess’s heart skip a beat. Always promising comfort and luxury.

Make sure you check out these top tips when taking your team to trade shows before you head to White Gallery to see White Lilly Atelier.

 

Stephanie Allin

Stephanie Allin

Stephanie Allin is a proud British brand takes inspiration from the contrasting landscape in the changing seasons.
Take a breath and step into a magical world where influences of nature collide to create dresses that encapsulate the dreams of a modern bride, because Stephanie Allin will awaken your imagination to nature’s beauty and all the wonder it has to offer.
Imagine wisps of tulle floating like mist across a dawn sunrise, delicate embellishments trembling like rain droplets caught in nature’s web and silk petals scattered onto gossamer fabric drift like dandelions in the breeze.
Expect form-fitting silhouettes, deep plunges, thigh-high splits, a-symmetric lines and off-the-shoulder details that celebrate the femininity of a modern bride.
Where there’s fullness, there’s lightness and where there’s structure, there’s freedom.
A deep underpinning knowledge of the female form teamed with a consistent level of high quality and skill which helps elevate and empower a bride to feel her most confident and best self on her big day.
Make sure you don't miss Stephanie Allin’s stunning designs at this luxury event by registering for White Gallery 2019 now.

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