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Sparkling jewellery sets and delicate hair combs are among the treasures to be found in Hungarian based label G.Westerleigh’s 2015 collection.
This September The Harrogate Bridal Show welcomed thousands of visitors eager to look at the hundreds of collections on offer. In the wake of the show here’s a little look at six labels that launched their latest ranges in Harrogate.
Feast your eyes on these decadent new shots from Madeline Issac James.
The biggest issue of the year is here bursting with all you need to know about The Harrogate Bridal Show. Check out the hundreds of exhibitors including fresh faces and top British designers plus a look at those shortlisted for the Bridal Buyer Awards.
Tributes have been pouring in for legendary designer Oscar de la Renta who passed away earlier this week.
The White Boutique in Leamington Spa has taken on brand new British label Catherine Parry.
Alfred Angelo has unveiled its latest collection of Disney Fairy Tale Weddings dresses including the much-anticipated gown inspired by Elsa from Disney’s Frozen.
Irish bridal brand Special Day will be avidly glued to The X Factor this year as one of the models for its 2015 collection has made the live finals.
Gothic cathedrals were the inspiration for Claire Pettibone‘s 2015 couture collection, with antique elements transpiring through French lace and silk embroidery.
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Essex bridal boutique Fleur De Lys Bridal will soon be home to collections from mother and son designers Wendy and Jack Sullivan.
This weekend we hit The National Wedding Show in Birmingham to find out what brides and their mums are looking for.
The National Wedding Show celebrated record attendance at Earls Court last weekend, making it the most successful show in four years.
Weddings contributed £537m to the Scottish economy last year with the average spend on weddings increasing.
British designer Sassi Holford showcased her 2015 couture collection in London last week revealing a clear focus on romantically delicate designs.