New York Bridal Fashion Week has come and gone for another so, so you know we watched the runways intently, finding the stand-out looks from our favourite Australian and international bridal designers. So if you’re a 2020 bride who hasn’t found their dream dress yet (or just love looking at bridal gowns, we don’t blame you), please take note!
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We recently spoke to renowned designer Pnina Tornai (you can read the full interview here) about what she thinks will be trending for bridal in 2020.
The Say Yes To The Dress star told us that it’s all about sleeves or strapless styles! “Bishop sleeves, puffy shoulders, and unique straps have been trending, and I don’t think they are going anywhere,” she told Wedded Wonderland. LOVE!
But sleeves are just the beginning. Keep reading for our NYBFW round-up, or head on over to our NYBFW Instagram Highlight where you can re-watch all of our behind the scenes content.
For her 2020 Real Collection, Pnina went back to her roots by redesigning some of her classic silhouettes and styles.
Lee Petra Grebenau
Dreamy silhouettes and statement sleeves dominated the Lee Petra Grebenau runway.
The 2020 Moonstone Bridal Collection combined Alexandra Grecco’s signature sleek silhouette with lush silk crepe, shimmering metallics, whilst adding a touch of voluminous sleeves and full skirts.
Israeli wedding dress designer Liz Martinez has remained true to her signature sexy yet elegant bridal look with her Amour 2020 Collection.
British bridal designer Caroline Castigliano focused on glamorous yet modern silhouettes for yet 2020 Collection, I Believe In Love
Karen Willis Holmes
Australian wedding dress designer Karen Willis Holmes’ Curve collection was designed to make every bride feel confident and beautiful whilst walking down the aisle. Wearing a dress like the Karine below, we can imagine you most definitely would feel just that.
Chosen by One Day
Another Australian bridal brand taking the world by storm! Chosen by One Day’s 2020 Desert Collection is inspired by the natural beauty of the Australian landscape. From minimalistic to completely showstopping gowns.
Yes, Berta’s 2020 still has a focus on their signature sexy naked dress, but with a twist. Think lace, fringe and capes!
Sexy with lots of shimmer! Inbal Dror’s 2020 Halo Collection is definitely for the bride who isn’t afraid to stand out. And again, we see the return of the cape.
Making fairy tales come true for the modern bride.