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Best of Bridal Fall 2015

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Laure de Sagazan

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Oscar de la Renta

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Reem Acra

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Vera Wang

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Temperley

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Inbal Dror

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Delphine Manivet

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Elise Hameau

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From the Bridal Week runway in New York to the intimate showrooms in Paris, wedding dress designers unveiled their Fall 2015 bridal collections this month. From the heavyweight houses like Oscar de la Renta or Vera Wang, to the more discrete Parisian designers, Delphine Manivet and Laure de Sagazan, take a look at the cream of the crop to inspire your own Big Day.

On one side, Honor, specializes in perfectly cut wedding dresses with a nod to the 1950s. On the other, Stone Fox Bride, a house whose influences lie in the heart of the green fields of Coachella and Glastonbury. The Honor for Stone Fox Bride Bridal collection ticked all the right boxes and the new capsule collection, which was revealed during New York Bridal Fashion Week, perfectly captures the spirit of each of the houses, flitting between retro charm and bohemian sensuality.

Specializing in wedding dresses with impeccable cuts and retro charm,Laure de Sagazan goes back to basics for her new Fall 2015 collection. From fluid 1920s style, to hip-grazing waistlines, embroidered blouses or Calais lace-trimmed backs, these simple pieces certainly make an impact.

Shown just a few weeks before Oscar de la Renta‘s death, the Bridal Fall 2015 collection from the New York fashion house was the last created by the celebrated couturier. Whether trimmed with delicate lace, nipped at the waist or playing with materials and volumes, these wedding dresses capture the true spirit of Oscar de la Renta, perfect for a traditional-style wedding.

Amidst a bucolic décor with fresh roses and climbing plants, the models took to the catwalk at the Reem Acra Bridal Fall 2015 show, with nymph-like flower crowns and empire style dresses adorned with precious sequins.

The Vera Wang bride wears a touch of grunge for Fall 2015, pairing her dress with leather ankle boots to take to the aisle with a disheveled kind of grace. The American designer continues to evolve with the times, creating wedding dresses which defy the traditional codes.

Playing with transparency, intricate details and floral prints, Temperley unveiled vintage, ultra feminine designs for Fall 2015. Half way between Sixties baby doll cuts and 1920s style, the British house turned the spotlight on lace again this season.

A new favorite at New York Bridal Week, Inbal Dror creates sensual wedding dresses crafted from the finest materials. For her Fall 2015 collection, the Israeli designer unveiled romantic designs showcasing fine English embroidery, Calais lace or a subtle scattering of sequins down a skirt.

Delphine Manivet debuted her first bridal collection during Bridal Week Fall 2015 in New York, showing a collection inspired by the pure and energizing landscapes in Finland. Think white, minimalist and elegant, lit with the designer’s staple accessories, a fur stole, a felt wide-brimmed hat or a 1920s cloche hat.

For her Fall 2015 collection, Elise Hameau not only drew inspiration from the 1920s but looked to the 1970s for her fluid silhouettes. The resulting gowns exude bohemian charm, a great choice for an idyllic outdoor wedding, bare feet in the grass.

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Amal Alamuddin Wedding Dress

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“He is the man every woman wants to hug!” Amal Alamuddin says happily. Surprisingly, the British-Lebanese human-rights barrister is not referring to George Clooney, her groom come September, but rather to the equally debonair Oscar de la Renta, who is designing her wedding dress. “George and I wanted a wedding that was romantic and elegant, and I can’t imagine anyone more able than Oscar to capture this mood in a dress,” she says. “Meeting him made the design process all the more magical, as he is so warm and such a gentleman.”

Indeed, on a warm Wednesday in late July, 36-year-old Alamuddin gambols blithely into de la Renta’s Bryant Park offices on towering wedge sandals, eager to greet the designer with a double kiss. She wears a floral-printed day dress, also by de la Renta. A sand suede Balenciaga motorcycle bag dangles from her forearm. Her long jet-black hair is blown out with just enough volume around the temples to softly frame her minimally made-up face.  Following her into the showroom are her mother, Baria, who lives in London, and sister, Tala, who has come all the way from Singapore for the fitting. Read more at Vogue.com

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Olivia Palermo Wedding

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Olivia Palermo Wedding: Olivia Palermo and her longtime partner, model


Johannes Huebl
, tied the knot in Bedford,



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, on Saturday. Olivia was her usual stylish self in a white
Carolina Herrera
ensemble and blue Manolo Blahnik heels for the civil ceremony, while her new husband wore a matching suit by


Marc Anthony Hamburg
. Olivia announced the happy news on her style blog, saying, “We really wanted to keep this beautiful day very private and special to us and enjoyed the whole day with our family and two friends. Bedford is such an amazing and romantic countryside.” Johannes popped the question after six years of dating during a January vacation in St. Barts. Shortly after their engagement, the pair showed sweet PDA on the beach together, and Olivia shared her excitement via social media, saying, “Happy New Year to my fiancé! #cloud9 #dreaming #endlesslove.”

Shop her Manolo’s at Neiman Marcus & Nordstrom.

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Bridal Spring 2015

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Bridal Spring 2015: You can pretty much count on bridal designers to describe their gowns as “romantic,” “delicate” or “elegant,” but as the spring 2015 season comes to a close, many of the looks shown fell into one of two camps: traditional and embellished or modern and sleek.

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From top to bottom: Oscar de la Renta, Amsale Bridal, Angel Sanchez, Carolina Herrera, Christos Bridal, J.Mendel, Marchesa, Monique Lhuillier, Naeem Khan, Truly Zac Posen and Vera Wang.

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Princess Madeleine Valentino Wedding Gown

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Valentino created the dress worn by Princess Madeleine of Sweden as she married businessman Christopher O’Neill at the Royal Palace in Stockholm on Saturday.

The dress was made from silk organdies and ivory Chantilly lace, and featured a full skirt with a four-metre-long train. The accompanying six-metre-long veil was covered with Chantilly lace flowers and edged with silk tulle, and was worn with a royal tiara decorated with fresh orange blossoms.

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