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This week, we are continuing with the hottest wedding extravaganza from the New York Bridal Fashion Week in mid-October. The majority of the well-established couture designers and labels are keeping it strictly classic bridal for fall season 2016. Nevertheless, wherever there is a crack in the wall of the conventional, there are some surprisingly fresh and often, completely unexpected wedding pieces sprouting out.

Atmospheric dresses, fanciful designs and accessories to capture the past and project a futuristic vision into the future: the very concept of the wedding dress is shedding its skin in front of our eyes, even if it feels like an undercurrent in the ocean of bridal.

Revolutionary visions are here, whether it is shades, silhouettes, accessories, or the type of garment. Our team will help you keep up!

Hooded capes, dangling pearl-embellishments, chevron striped beadings, from white all the way to pink and gold tulle – the prominent richness and opulence of the Naeem Khan wedding dress is fully embodied in the Fall 2016 collection of the Indian-American fashion designer.

This time, he’s been sourcing his inspiration from painter Frida Kahlo. All his models were walking down the catwalk sporting statement headpieces reminiscent of the Mexican artist, coupled with heavy dangling earrings and tight pigtails running down on both sides of the face. If over-the-top can be mastered in an artistic and completely lovable way, this would be Khan’s commanding pieces. The 2016 Khan bride is sultry, with a touch of Spanish pizzazz. Flower crown included.

A fabulous statement headpiece, also a bride-favourite, is our magnificent BERBER TIARA (£365.00), made with delicately handwoven Swarovski crystals, pearls and rhinestones. It is a unique piece which can be worn at the front or as an alternative veil at the back of the head. Check it out!

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