New York International Bridal Week showcased their bi-annual bridal trade at the grand Pier 94. Here is a list of brands that stole the spotlight.
Known for their retro glam designs, Annasul Y seeks to appease brides seeking individualistic styles. Black is the new white with this sheer Gothic dress.
Eco-friendly, handcrafted, vintage inspired, fair trade dresses that not only keep on giving, they also leave an everlasting impression.
Art meets high fashion with delicately whimsical couture styled gowns. Model shines in a stunning high neck lace-up laser cut gown.
Using classical silhouettes, raw materials and precious lace, Esra is determined to make your wildest dreams come true. High neck lace top with light beading, paired to perfection with a ball gown train.
Ian Stuart believes every woman should feel fabulous. Romantic opulent gowns accentuate and highlight the very best of your figure’s features.
The signature gowns of Jesus Peiro are made in Spain. Carefully crafted gowns from high quality fabrics, in voluminous styles and adorned with sophisticated ornamental finishes.
Trusted for over twenty years, the French house of Max Chaoul Couture concocts gowns out of the best cut of French lace, Georgette of crepes, taffeta and satin.
One of the leading names in the market, Oved Cohen specializes in a variety of bride figures to ensure clients feel beautiful in their beaded, featured, coined or crystal embroidered gowns.
Brooklyn’s most sought-after bridal shop works closely with brides-to-be. With an eye for detail, designer Andrea Pitter custom constructs gowns from modern textiles onto classical silhouettes, resulting in a radiant, timeless gown.
Let Terani Couture take your breath away with luxurious styles from their collection of Destination Bridal Dresses.
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