I am so happy to see that Jenny Packham’s latest collection was kept within the vintage vein that has made her so popular. These gowns are for the ultimate retro glamourpuss that wants to take a step back into yesteryear. What I especially love is that the collection in so varied, from short, flirty cocktail numbers to demure dresses complete with sleeves that don’t look at all dowdy or frumpy. Although the hemlines vary, all of Packham’s dresses have one thing in common: a healthy dose of bling.
For you fantasy-gown seekers: seek no more.
Katerina Bocci’s latest collection is purely a dream. Huge ball gowns, crystals galore and ruffles, ruffles, ruffles makes these gowns equal parts ethereal and glamorous. This is for the brides who want to look like an ice queen for a day.
In keeping with my love/fixation with retro fashion, I naturally have to feature the latest from Jenny Packham. Her 1930s/1940s glamour aesthetic is just fabulous. I mean, what’s not to love?
“Drama” is definitely the word for Kenneth Pool’s newest collection. These gowns are definitely not for a shrinking violet; brides looking to make a grand entrance should look in this direction. Come on, with Austin Scarlett of Project Runway being the creative director, did you really expect anything short of spectacular?
Neither did I.
Enzoani has been known for their couture looks-and, their high price tag. However, Blue by Enzoani features high-style gowns that reflect their aesthetic at a more affordable price point. Now, you can have all of the glamour without breaking the bank. Fabulous!