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    Monique Lhuillier Spring 2019 Bridal Collection

    They don’t call her the “queen of romance” for nothing. Monique Lhuillier’s Spring 2019 bridal collection is timeless, elegant and oh-so-romantic, from sleek silk crepe column gowns to show-stopping V-neck lace cathedral ballgowns. Thoughtfully designed and lovingly handmade, these gowns are worthy heirlooms, fit to be passed down through the generations.

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    Jenny Packham 2018 Bridal Collection

    The 2018 Bridal Collection by Jenny Packham was inspired by the character Clara the Swallow in the novel ‘Falling’, which tells the story of a man’s fatal attraction to a circus acrobat. Paying homage to the exotic beauty, courage and love of freedom that Clara the Swallow embodied, the collection features celestial trailing chiffon, flock tulle ruffles, bonded floral lace and oversized satin bows, juxtaposed with tailored cropped jackets, embellished bodies and sculptured corsetry. At the same time, majestic ostrich feathers, voluminous ballerina skirts and high-octane scarlet hues inject dramatic flair for that theatrical touch.

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    Marchesa Notte Fall 2017 Bridal Collection

    From the great minds behind Marchesa Couture comes the Marchesa Notte Bridal Collection, which makes its debut with a Fall 2017 series. Expect off-the-shoulder necklines, capes, and 3-D appliqués, as well as ethereal tulle overlays and draped organza, beaded bodices, dramatic plunging necks and floor-sweeping skirts. Here’s the good news: the gowns all evoke the signature Marchesa style of romance and timelessness, but carry a more attainable price tag!

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    Monique Lhuillier Fall 2017 Bridal Collection

    Celebrating her 20 years as a bridal designer, Monique Lhuillier returns to her signature feminine bridal design style in her Fall 2017 bridal collection. Drawing inspiration from the 1990’s, she redesigns many of the looks from her past bridal collections, reimagining silhouettes and details, embracing them with modern features such as plunging necklines, sexier scooped-out backs and corseted bodices, and playing with shades like blush, toffee and champagne. Meanwhile, gorgeous layers of tulle and Chantilly lace with floating feathers create a sense of movement for a whimsical, elegant and delicate collection that’s not to be missed.

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    Jenny Packham 2018 Bridal Collection

    Making its debut at New York Bridal Fashion Week, the 2018 Bridal Collection by Jenny Packham was inspired by the character Clara the Swallow in the novel ‘Falling’, which tells the story of a man’s fatal attraction to a circus acrobat. Paying homage to the exotic beauty, courage and love of freedom that Clara the Swallow embodied, the collection features celestial trailing chiffon, flock tulle ruffles, bonded floral lace and oversized satin bows, juxtaposed with tailored cropped jackets, embellished bodies and sculptured corsetry. At the same time, majestic ostrich feathers, voluminous ballerina skirts and high-octane scarlet hues inject dramatic flair for that theatrical touch.

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    Monique Lhuillier Spring 2017 Bridal Collection

    Capturing the pure bliss of a woman running through a garden feeling madly in love, this Spring 2017 bridal collection by Monique Lhuillier is dreamy yet sexy in the most elegant way. High-low hemlines are a highlight, seen in flowing layers of tulle topped with lace embroidery, with cinched waists for an ultra-feminine feel, while deep plunging necklines also take centre stage.

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    Jenny Packham 2017 Bridal Collection

    Inspired by the plains of the Midwest bathed in the afterglow of a wild night, the 2017 bridal collection by Jenny Packham is all about palettes of hazy barley, soft petal pink and springtime celadon green. Ethereal sleeves, glitter flock tulle trains, twinkling beaded lace and cascading tiered skirts perfectly reflect a gypsy spirit, while crystal illusion bodices, feature exposed backs and plunging necklines exude contemporary glamour.

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    Reem Acra Fall 2016 Bridal Collection

    Featuring corset bodices, sheer panels, and tasteful cut-outs, Reem Acra’s fall 2016 bridal collection is for the bride who isn’t afraid to show her sexy side. Lingerie inspired details, traditional full skirts, lots of Chantilly lace and Acra’s signature embroidery all combine to create gowns that are truly one of a kind, while the use of chiffon, tulle and organza ensure that they remain light as air.

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    Monique Lhuillier Spring 2016 Bridal Collection

    Drawing inspiration from the fairytale ‘Alice in Wonderland’, Monique Lhuillier’s Spring 2016 offering is for brides who are bold enough to follow Alice’s path of fantasy and curiosity into a world of magical and beautiful enchantments. Striking just the right balance of modern allure and playful grandeur, the pieces include embellished sheaths, embroidered trumpet silhouettes and glamorous voluminous gowns, each embodying a modern fantasy through intricate embellishments and elements such as delicate embroidery, floral lace appliqués and low back detailing. Available in neutral shades of blush, honey, mist and sky blue.

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    Jenny Packham 2016 Bridal Collection

    Inspired by the enchanted kingdom and characters of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, the 2016 bridal collection by Jenny Packham features celestial silk tulles, romantically sculptured corsetry and cascading silk chiffon. Appliqué organza blooms, majestic ostrich feathers, crystal foliage motifs and delicate floral lace celebrate the lavish artistry of nature, while Swarovski crystals dance in the light, adding an otherworldly, whimsical grace to a stunning collection.

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    Monique Lhuillier Fall 2015 Bridal Collection

    Monique Lhuillier’s Fall 2015 Bridal Collection draws inspiration from the surreal beauty and fantasy of a jewellery box. The gowns were dreamed up as if from a treasure trove of one’s keepsakes and ornate jewellery, where a perfectly poised ballerina balances en pointe, pirouetting in delight. Pastel shades of mint, lavender, primrose, and blush put a playful twist on the collection, with its effortless yet dreamy, ultra-feminine yet subtly glamorous gowns. From soft sheaths with exaggerated trains and embroidered trumpet silhouettes to grandiose embellished gowns, each piece is a cherished jewel. Monique Lhuillier is available in Singapore exclusively at Trinity Gallery.