Inspired by 17th century Dutch paintings, the inaugural Moonlight Collection includes three distinct ranges: Moonlight, Moonlight Tango and Moonlight Couture all of which “reflect glamour, beauty, and sophistication.”
These sub-collections are inspired by the “extraordinary time in the history of visual arts” and the vast sense of confidence that was expressed in this era.
The first Moonlight Collection strives to “create new styles” and features classic ball gowns and sweet-heart necklines paired with dramatic splits and lace crop tops. Crystal beading and feather headpieces also complimented the theme.
The Moonlight Tango features white halter tops and sweet-heart necklines with extravagant ball gowns and minimal beading on the waist to flatter the female figure. The sisters say the Tango Collection is all about “the ability to balance being sexy, while still keeping an air mystery.”
Moonlight Couture played up a fairy-tale princess theme embodying a “detailed oriented, finely rendered and super realistic” vision. Intricate beading and patterns were paired with tulles and lace in shades of white and beige that reflected an “intense focus in the details.”
Moonlight is inspired by strong women, particularly the designers’ grandmother who encouraged their “creative voice and vision” with her strong aura through her hardships.
“Each woman has a distinct voice and point of view, and we strive to make our bride’s look and feel their best and have their confidence shine through.”