We’re thrilled to share these images from our NY market presentation introducing the Timeless collection. The day was a feast for the eyes, envisioned by East Made Co. and styled from top to bottom by our amazing partners, with Sophie Kaye capturing all the beauty.Elizabeth Gopal of East Made Co. took my inspiration for this season and ran with it! From the cakes to the florals, to shoes magically climbing up the stairs, and brides with velvet ribbons in their hair, every detail was considered and styled to enhance the ultra-romantic collection of gowns.
The team of Faye + Renee really deserve my eternal gratitude for the incredible work they did through the night transforming the stately townhouse into a fragrant, vibrant wonderland. It was so beautiful, it literally brought tears to my eyes. This season, I put my spin on the classic strapless gown. It’s a silhouette that is a perennial classic in the bridal world, and I felt inspired to create a collection incorporating soft structure into the bodice with my signature French laces and embroideries.
Designing a gown that offers support, while remaining delicate and ethereal and easy to wear so that my bride feels beautiful and effortless. Our model brides were stunning, and Team MCosta took our color scheme as inspiration for the looks.
Colorful eyeshadow, and the Victorian-inspired hair tied up with Emma Linh Co. velvet ribbons, were a modern take on a bygone era.
Trouvaille Bakery pulled in elements from my Ophelia gown to create a stunning visual center piece, and whipped up not one, but 3 gorgeous cakes for us to drool over…but thankfully also a scrumptious trio of macarons for us to snack on.
A girl could get used to this! Not to mention the most gorgeous programs designed by TPD Design House.
Laser cut lace, my great-grandfather’s timepiece and gold foil details…a perfect interpretation of the mood of the day.
At the last minute, maybe as a counterpoint to all of the exposed shoulders, I also included a couple of halter styles, and a few fabulous coats and capelets.
I love the idea of the bride having a bit of drama, and the cape or coat offers this. It’s a beautiful alternative to a veil, and allows the bride two distinct looks when she removes the over piece.And of course to complete the looks, I brought along my new bridal shoes designed for Bella Belle, and we pulled some of our favorite earrings and hairpieces from Twigs and Honey.
Top it off with a nice juicy diamond ring from Victor Barbone, and our bride is truly a Timeless vision!
Creative Direction & Design: @eastmadeco
Floral Design: @fayeandrenee
Hair & Makeup: @teammcosta @bymarcellocosta
Cake & Desserts: @trouvaillebakery
Shoes: @clairepettibone for @bellabelleshoes