Wednesday, April 13, 2011

New York Bridal Market Review: Rock & Roll Romance

This season's market was A-MA-ZING! Each designer debuted fantastic collections! The overall feel was what I like to call "Rock and Roll Romance." Every designer had their own feel and vibe, but there was a definite direction in the Fall 2011 lines. The collections included crazy-awesome texture, amazing pleat work, and floral details that rocked my socks off. What sets this season's texture detailing apart from Spring, is the unfinished look. It was less tailored, much softer, but still had a rock edge to it. There was more subtle sparkle incorporated to the skirts as well...but keeping it effortless and unexpected. The silhouettes remained flattering and classic....a great way to incorporate trends while staying timeless. Color was also huge on the runways... the idea of ombre pinks, soft peaches and deep oatmeal. Think Gwen Stefani and Kate Middleton's style combined. Speaking of the future Princess - Kate was definitely and inspiration this season. Body conscience lace detailing and sheer sleeves were among the favorites!

I was lucky enough to spend time with TLC's Monte, Lazaro legend, Lazaro Perez, and the super cool and talented Liz Fields.

I am super excited to share a few pictures with you from the Watters, WTOO bridal and bridesmaids line, as well as some Anais new designs. As for our other coveted will just have to wait! ;)

Anais Spring & Fall 2011

Watters Fall 2011


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