Celebrating her 20th year in business, for Fall ’17, she mined her earliest bridal collections from the ’90s for inspiration. “I noticed that the dresses haven’t changed that much [since then]. The only thing that’s really different is the hair and makeup,” she said with a laugh. So she reimagined some of her first silhouettes and details, like deep V-necklines, which dipped even lower here; scooped-out backs, which were sexier than ever; and satin sashes around the waist, which became skinny, bow-tied ribbons for 2017.
I wanted to capture the feeling of being madly in love and someone who feels pure bliss,' says Lhullier. 'My Spring 2017 bridal collection is inspired by a woman running through a garden.'
Models wearing whimsical floral or crystal crowns floated down the catwalk in gowns with Lhullier's signature deep necklines and fairytale-like embellishment. But for Spring Lhullier has exercised a more delicate touch.
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