LAURE DE SAGAZAN Fall 2018 Bridal Collection—New York Fashion Week

The designer launched her namesake brand back in 2011 when she discovered her passion for bridal fashion. This passion is now expressed in her dresses that shine due to their subtleties. They are unique and beautiful, yet do not overpower the brides who wear them. The designer successfully combines contemporary styles with antique and romantic details, making them appealingly unexpected and visually interesting.

Laure drew her inspiration from a 1930’s villa. Each look features a hint of surrealism combined with architectural lines, focusing on designs that are French chic and free-spirited. Clearly visual are the light and airy designs that include vintage-inspired details that are beautiful and still appeal to the modern-day bride. View the chic collection below.

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