London Fashion Week: Bride Look Trend

From 12 to 16 September 2014, designers, models and fashion lovers gathered in the British capital to attend one of the most prominent world fashion weeks: the London Fashion Week.During five days paraded down the catwalk all types of designs: classical, avant-garde, colorful, monochrome, austere, extravagant…

Some looks presented could be used by a bride very fashion at her wedding. Did you miss the parades? Don’t worry: here gathered the best looks spring/summer 2015.

Bora Aksu

The Turkish designer presented a collection of cocktail with a very romantic label. Their designs, inspired by characters from fairy tales, feature lace, transparency, and many layers.

David Koma

The young designer born in Georgia expressed his passion for the sculptures in designs with geometric cuts, straight lines and transparencies. Their dresses are ideal for brides, modern and very sure of themselves.

Emilia Wickstead

The dresses of the New Zealand Designer, a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge, are characterized by elegant and austere. They are perfect for traditional brides, but who are looking for a unique touch for your trousseau.


Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig are the most devoted time bridal designers. Your inspiration? The fashion eccentric Italian, which is reflected in the femininity of their models and the utmost care of the details. Presented at the LFW bridal gowns are characterized by the v necklines and diaphanous fabrics.


The British designer is known for its exceptionally worked pieces inspired by some traditional cultures. On its catwalk models could appreciate cut to the knee, fringes and other details which provided them with a vintage touch.

Tata Naka

Tamara and Natasha, the twin creators of this fashion company, opt for avant-garde designs. Do his label? The lines that simulate the edges of a piece of puzzle. Not for nothing were the favorite of Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City!