Next year’s collections are due in store in a few weeks – let’s find out what new labels are expected at some of our favourite bridal hotspots
Savin London at Eleganza Sposa
“Eleganza Sposa has taken on Savin London because the brand embodies new cool, contemporary bridal. The designs are hand-crafted by Andrey Savin at his atelier in London, and the unique gowns reflect his understanding of the traditional wedding dress, yet continually push the boundaries of modern bridal. We’ll also be welcoming Riki Dalal and Rosa Clará in September (with a trunk show for Rosa Clará on 8th-10th September),” says Anna Cirignaco.
Colet by Nicole Spose at Ivory Whites
“The Colet range by Nicole Spose is gorgeous. We decided to introduce the 2018 collection to our boutique because we’re seeing more and more brides opting for a relaxed wedding and these gowns are ideal for a barn or marquee setting. They’ll be available from October,” says Karyn McLeod.
Pronovias Cocktail at Aimee Bridal Couture
“We’ve just received the Cocktail collection by Pronovias. We fell in love with it because it’s very glamorous and easy to wear: think floaty chiffons, sexy backs, halternecks and lots of bling. The dresses sit nicely amongst our traditional bridal gowns but offer something a bit different,” says Lynsey Thomson.
Rosa Clará at Pan Pan Bridal
“We are very excited to add Rosa Clará to our current crop of fabulous designers. The elegant styles we’ve chosen are beautifully made with a nice soft look. The dresses will be arriving in September,” says Li Gorman.
Aurora by Nicole Spose at The Bridal Courtyard
“Nicole Spose offers quality, on-trend gowns and we believe the Aurora collection will be an excellent addition to the designers we currently have in store. We are so excited to stock such a well-established label – we reckon it’s going to make lots of brides very happy!” says Jennifer Gilbert.
White Rose at Donna Maria Bridal
“White Rose Bridal is a collection of stunning wedding dresses that have been designed to compliment and flatter every type of figure. The wide selection of gowns, accessible to all budgets, will arrive on 1st September,” says Donna Byrne.
Caroline Castigliano at Kudos Bridal Boutiques
“Later in the year we will become proud stockists of Caroline Castigliano, and we can’t wait. Caroline’s reputation is strong and her designs are so creative – we know brides will be beating down a path to our door to try them,” says Michelle Scott.
Eliza Jane Howell at Sophia Grace Couture
“Known for exquisite hand-beading and embellishments, the Eliza Jane Howell range combines modern construction techniques and timeless patterns, ensuring a fusion of new and old. Whether brides crave an on-trend or vintage look, the collection certainly delivers,” says Naydene Commins.