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A Bit of All White

A Bit of All White

This weekend saw an immense amount of to-ing and FROW-ing as some of the bridal industry’s favourite (and covetable) dress designers showcased their next season’s collections at The White Gallery, London.

Here’s a round-up of our top picks for next season and who we thought was the most beautiful of them all…

Top Trends: Iridescent rules – the sheen is here to stay – hurray! Time to illuminate brides-to-be…Long elegant sleeves are a staple next season too.

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Ian Stuart

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Ian Stuart

Our Designer at Show: Jesus Peiro

Why? Immaculate craftsmanship twinned with a plethora of innovative shapes and designs made this our standout design house. From iridescent sheen to structured silks, stunning separates to billowing beauties the collection was simply breathtaking and a gentle nod to the bohemian…this Spanish label never fails to impress.

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Jesus Peiro

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Jesus Peiro

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Jesus Peiro

Best Catwalk: Ian Stuart

With a firm nod to the layered silk structure and ruched detailing synonymous with an Ian Stuart creation, the new aptly named Runway Rebel rocked the catwalk. The collection featured sophisticated chiffon gowns adorned with crystal detailing, flirty lengths and plunging necklines – and, of course, the huge blousy wondergowns that this British design is known and loved for. Big bow detailing is huge this season and he nailed the trend on his signature fishtail creation.

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One to Watch: Ruth Milliam

English design with a quintessentially English eccentricity – we loved Ruth Milliam’s handmade gowns and accessories. Think ethereal, timeless and effortlessly beautiful gowns with hand embellishments that ensure their uniqueness.

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