Celebrity Fashion Sightings: Week of October 23, 2017

This week’s Celebrity Fashion Sightings it is all about the pantsuit or pant ensemble. Fall celebrity fashion can be a tricky and sticky situation. Depending on where the event of red carpet is located, it could be too brisk for very revealing outfits but not cold enough for velvet, fur embellishments or too be dripping in mink or sable. And if you are on the East Coast, the weather could be appropriate for the season or Indian summer in later October; thus celebrities in pantsuits.

                            Image courtesy of D’Orazio and Associates

Speaking of pantsuits, who would have thought that tennis great Maria Sharapova could look so good and red and in a Styland pant ensemble at the Ad Age Summit in Los Angeles?

                                            Image courtesy of D’Orazio and Associates

Though she may not be donned in a pantsuit, Kerry Washington is beaming and shining in a Mugler asymmetrical, padded shoulder dress with plunging décolletage dress at the 2017 FGI Night of Stars with a Borgioni diamond double finger ring. Washington proves with this hot look that you don’t need fake anything to look good.By the way, Kerry was awarded the Lord & Taylor Fashion Oracle Award. Hmm, interesting. Isn’t Lord & Taylor letting go of their flagship location in NYC? Nice award, but timing is not good!!

                           Images courtesy of twitter.com and D’Orazio and Associates

Now, let’s go back to the pant ensemble roundup. Some celebs overdo the tattoos, but with Ruby Rose’s gorgeous face, Fashion Reverie overlooks all the tats. Ruby Rose looks good, tattoos and all in a Victoria Beckham ensemble with black tuxedo jacket, beautifully accessorized in MARLI interchangeable diamond drop earrings and ear cuff at the CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund Show and Tea.

                                               Images courtesy of Preface PR

Eva Longoria proves that if the jumpsuit is right, you will look good, even wearing a foot cast. Eva Longoria wore an Elisabetta Franchi fall 2017 navy pinstripe one-shoulder jumpsuit while attending the opening of the new Ken Paves Salon on October 23, 2017 in Los Angeles. Now, who wore it best, Eva or the model?

             Images courtesy of D’Orazio and Associates/redcarpet-fashionawards.com

“Transformers: The Last Knight’s” Isabela Moner pushes the proverbial fashion envelope in a fall 2017 John-Paul Ataker black gown at the 2017 Princess Grace Awards Gala. Isabela is beautifully accessorized in a Joelle diamond ear cuff, Le Vian diamond earrings, and diamond rings by Borgioni and Djula.

              Image courtesy of D’Orazio and Associates

“E! News’” Maria Menounos with a hair upsweep stunned on the red carpet in a Maria Lucia Hohan fall 2017 gown at the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation’s Angel Ball 2017 in New York City.

                                        Images courtesy of D’Orazio and Associates

Jessica Simpson wore a polka-dotted Alaia dress, Saint Laurent shoes, and Edie Parker clutch to the 2017 Princess Grace Gala. Jessica set this very commercial look off with a Hearts On Fire diamond bracelet and a Heub diamond ring.

                                     Image courtesy of Preface PR

Bringing up the rear, “Shooter’s” Shantel Vansanten wore a blue suit with gold chair star belt Elisabetta Franchi suit while attending the Platt Boutique Jewelry and The Kit Vintage Opening Celebration.—Staff

 

 

Fashion News Alert: Karlie Kloss’ Talk Show, Bye, Bye Shayne Oliver, NYFW: Men’s Revamp, and RIP Mychael Knight

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Welcome to the new world of fashion!! The new world of fashion is a universe where fashion is just a launching pad for something more lucrative. And fashion models epitomize this new fashion trajectory.Bella Hadid is becoming a cosmetics mogul, Cara Delevinge is a burgeoning actress, and now Karlie Kloss is primed to become a talk show host. The talk show centers on Kloss watching movies with her celebrity friends. “Movie Night with Karlie Kloss” will air on the Freeform channel.

Karlie Kloss revealed on Instagram that some of her celebrity guests will include Ashley Graham, Jourdan Dunn, and Kendall Jenner. “Movie Night with Karlie Kloss” premieres in the winter of 2018.

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Helmut Lang’s new creative director

Shayne Oliver’s tenure at Helmut Lang appears to be over. It was announced on today that Mark Howard Thomas has been creative director of the brand’s menswear division.

Though Shayne Oliver was only pegged to create a capsule collection for the brand’s women’s wear collection which debuted during New York Fashion Week: The Show’s spring 2018 season, that was hope that Oliver would hold a permanent position at Helmut Lang. However, according to fashionnetwork.com Andrew Rosen, who oversaw the acquisition of Helmut Lang over ten years ago, announced today that the Oliver collaboration was “a one-off project.”

Mark Howard Thomas comes to Helmut Lang with an impressive resume. Thomas has held senior positions at some very important fashion houses, including Givenchy, Neil Barrett, and Joseph. Mark Howard Thomas first collection for Helmut Lang will be for the brand’s fall 2018 collection.

Images courtesy of eridipisano.com

A changing NYFWM

New York Fashion Week: Men’s (NYFWM) is going through a major overhaul. As recently announced by the CFDA, NYFWM will reduce its fall/winter 2018 shows from four days to three days. Also, NYFWM’s schedule will precede New York Fashion Week: The Shows by three days starting on Monday, February 4, 2017.

This reduction of days will leave a lot of menswear designers out of the fold of NYFWM, forcing some of them to show during New York Fashion Week: The Shows fall 2018 season. There was no explanation by the CFDA for the reduction of the shows, but wagging tongues suggest that with sponsorship for NYFWM being much reduced, this reduction of shows cuts down of the cost.

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Mychael Knight transitions

The fashion industry mourns the death of “Project Runway” contestant Mychael Knight. Mychael Knight finished fourth on season three of “Project Runway” and later appeared on the “Project Runway: All Stars” in 2009 and “Project Runway: All Stars in 2013. Knight debuted his fashion line on BET’s “Rip the Runway.”

The Lifetime network released a statement to CNN. “ We are saddened to hear about the passing of a member of the “Project Runway” family, designer Mychael Knight,” the statement said. It’s a loss of a great talent and we wish his family peace and solace during difficult time.”

Born in Nuremberg, Germany, Knight grew up in Montgomery, Alabama and was educated at Georgia Southern University, earning a degree in merchandising and apparel design. Mychael Smith died at his home on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.

—William S. Gooch

 

The Blonds Spring 2018

Chanel, Thierry Mugler, Oscar de la Renta, Zhandra Rhodes, Calvin Klein, and many other designers established their brand with a signature design aesthetic. And though most iconic brands have evolved their signature look by incorporating a wide array of influences, there are always a few garments in their collections that reflect the signature design aesthetic.

Now, one would not place The Blonds in the same constellation of Calvin Klein, Oscar de la Renta, Chanel or Mugler; however, there is no doubt that the design duo of David and Phillipe have established their signature look with their heavily embellished bustier/bodices.

True to form the bedazzled bustier/bodices are back for The Blonds spring 2018 collection. And their fans love it, which was obvious from all the celebrity fans in the front row—Cardi B, Patricia Fields, Deandra Forrest, and others.

Still, this season The Blonds aspired to take their spring 2018 collection beyond bedazzled bustiers and bodysuits. There were glammed-up torn jeans, a head-to-toe gold bedazzled moto jacket with gold jeans, as well as the multi-colored, rainbow fluorescent jacket that Teyana Taylor opened the show in. (Unfortunately Teyana Taylor’s boob-bouncing, turquoise body suit under fluorescent rainbow jacket ensemble did not enhance the show; in fact, it brought a classless patina to a collection that was already heavy on glitzy call girl vibe.) Add to that thigh-high boots, Miss Kitty saloon-inspired garments, as well as a few curvy models, and you have an entertaining show. Not as eye catching as last season, but entertaining nonetheless.

                                                   Images courtesy of EB Consults

Still, does all this bling add up to a fashion collection, or is it just media-grabbing, spectacle moment? Fashion Reverie thinks it is a bit of both. And the both fits right into what New York Fashion Week: The Shows has become, a six-day diatribe on spectacle with a little fashion thrown in for good measure.—William S. Gooch

 

 

 

Alice + Olivia Spring 2018

The line to get into Alice + Olivia’s show was so hectic, a bystander who knew nothing about fashion would walk by and think they were giving away free money in there. But, alas, there was no free cash; however, but was a spring 2018 collection rich in patterns, bold statements, femininity, and style.

Stacey Bendet, the creative brain behind Alice + Olivia, was inspired by the Chelsea Hotel and all its iconic rock n’ roll history for this spring 2018 outing. Bendet attempted to create a collection that projected what the Chelsea Hotel’s iconic female guests would wear now if they were still residents of the Chelsea Hotel. (Think Nancy of the tragic rock couple Sid and Nancy alive and updated.)Bendet’s friend, the artist Lola Schnabel, daughter of downtown iconic artist Julian Schnabel, lived in the Chelsea Hotel at one point. After some extensive research, Bendet invited eight other artists to design rooms for the presentation based on what their rooms would look like if they currently lived in the Chelsea Hotel.     

The collections was a unique blend an homage to the worlds of art and fashion The collection could be described as the late punk 1970s shares a bed with with a contemporary art.    

The collection featured beautiful, bold colors, but there were so many messages lying underneath gorgeous layers of fabric, some more blatant than others. Subtle statements were done in a kitschy way, such as a tee shirt in rainbow sequin letters that said “The World Needs More Sparkle.” Still, other messages were more blatant, such as a backdrop that had the word “FEMINIST” scribbled all over it as two models dressed in pure white perched against the backdrop.          

                                           Images courtesy of Alice + Olivia

A creative reinterpretation of a hotel turned into a story about women, the power of fashion and American cultural motifs. Here in Bendet’s world, women thrive and survive in bright, colorful prints, pussy bows, and ruffle-tiered dresses. Bendet’s talent should be most admired for her ability to bring together eight different artistic visions and create one cohesive collection with cultural and political messages.       In summary, the collection was a mix of rock ‘n roll, color explosion, modern feminism, and art. This cornucopia of boldness, vibrancy and design, all message driven leave a fashion audience wanting more.

—Kristopher Fraser

Laurence & Chico Spring 2018

New York Fashion Week: The Shows (NYFWS) was created in 1944 by Eleanor Lambert—the first American fashion publicist, and an iconic figure in American fashion— to showcase American fashion designers because the American press could not get to Europe to see the couture shows due to World War II; thus, the original name of fashion week, Press Week.

While that does remain a function of Fashion Week, the week-long event has grown into something so much bigger. In its current incarnation, at NYFWS, simply presenting a collection in the traditional way isn’t enough, it must come with great spectacle to grab attention from editors, bloggers, social media influencers and other industry professionals. The big danger in spectacle presentation is the clothes getting lost in the shuffle.

Laurence & Chico, met while students Parsons School of Design. They both later worked at several luxury houses, launching their own line in 2016. The results of their spring 2018 collection were mind blowing and walked a fine line between eye popping and eye gouging.

The show was a presentation rather than a traditional runway with models perched in a pre-ordained tableau. The room was heady with an earthy green smell that came from the live moss that covered the stage, interspersed with sparkling brightly colored gravel while eerie atmospheric music by Zeng Bohao reminiscent of recently revived “Twin Peaks” played in the background.

One’s eye was immediately drawn to the wild styling. Models wore hat/wigs 2 ft. high and weighing excess of 20 pounds, which cause considerable discomfort. The heat from the wigs and lights nearly overwhelmed some models who were repeatedly brought water of our fear they’d pass out. Some of the wigs were accessorized with gigantic candy wrapper bows. The makeup was feathers glued to lips, pearls glued to eyebrows and some of the models were ‘weeping’ yarn; many of them worse metallic ruched elbow gloves.

It’s easy to see how the clothes can get lost in all that theater, but fortunately the clothes shone brightly enough to find their own spotlight because they were stunning. Unique silhouettes of oversized bomber jackets made entirely of metallic ruffles, worn over dresses of interwoven with pearls, flower embroidery and feathers. Jackets and skirts made of metallic candy wrap interwoven with pearl embellishments. A full-length vest made of red and dark denim tweed with front ties, over a pair of navy skinny jeans that Miley Cyrus was born to wear. Once you look past the eye popping styling the outfits were Avant guard and playful, bursting with color and personality. Even the blazer and skinny pants with their traditional silhouettes were created with fun cartoon prints.

Some of the clothes did look like they might be difficult or uncomfortable to wear but worth it for the look. Keep your eye on Laurence and Chico as Fashion Reverie suspects they may become the next big fashion superstars!

—Cameron Rose

Bibhu Mohapatra Spring 2018

Bibhu Mohapatra continues to push the proverbial fashion envelope. Bibhu Mohapatra has demonstrated for several seasons that he possesses a unique understanding of how the modern, sophisticated woman expresses her elegance, sexiness, and femininity. Her sexiness doesn’t have to be in your face, but it could be; her elegance is understated, or it could be front and center; and the modern woman’s femininity could be kittenish and saucy, or it could be an androgynous mélange of masculine silhouettes mixed with architectural construction.

In other words, the contemporary woman is hard to define and her tastes are varied. And that explains why so many designers have a hard time appealing to the modern woman and holding her interests. Bibhu Mohapatra doesn’t have that dilemma.Mohapatra, in his spring 2018 collection, created a collection that hits all the right notes. Inspired by that somewhat indefinable modern woman who is accomplished in her right, but hasn’t received just recognition, Bibhu Mohapatra’ spring 2018 collection pulled from all the definable and indefinable elements that causes that sophisticated, contemporary woman to shine and sparkle. All these seemingly disparate elements were mixed in Mohapatra’s petri dish of creativity to produce a collection that was relatable, but fashion forward, steeped in familiar design elements, but reconfigured for contemporary consumers.Mohapatra in this collection continues to play with the demimonde as expressed a lens of modern sensuality and sexuality. For spring 2017, Mohapatra looked to the Belle Epoque era and the style of high-class courtesans of that period. In this outing Mohapatra drew inspiration from Asian courtesans (geishas) of the 19th century seen through a contemporary prism. 

True to Mohapatra’s design aesthetic there was some layering of silhouettes and fabrications, and Mohapatra brought back the striped motif seen in his “Belle Epoque” spring 2017 collection. There were also the structured corset-like bodices, and the tea-length gowns, as well as Mohapatra’s three-quarter length skirts. However, what set this collection apart from previous outings was the adventurous nature evidenced in Mohapatra’s mix of rich embellishments, unusual fabrication layerings, and redefinition of modern sensuality.That said; Bibhu did include some recognizable trends; off-the-shoulder treatments; statement sleeves, and cross-dressing elements. But he incorporated these elements with his own particular design aesthetic. Additionally, Mohapatra mixed in some East meets West elements. There were Nishiki Kabuki tops combined with crepe trousers and pencil skirts, as well as other Asian silhouettes—obi belts, kimono tops, and silk Mikado dresses—made even more relevant by all the innovative textile techniques that were employed in this collection.

                                                  All images courtesy of Think PR

Standout looks in this collection were Bibhu Mohapatra’s silk Matsuri print and lace dress with Shibari under bodice, Okobo lace and crepe dress, silk Ramie stripe Nishiki gypsy dress with lace insets, silk Mikado Matsuri embroidered courtesan dress with origami petal sleeves, andtulle and lace nomad widows gown.—William S. Gooch

Summer Beauty: It’s Time for Sunshine and Romance

Three_Graces_Beauty_TrioBring the romance of summer front and center with soft twisted hair in classic shapes and rosy-hued cheeks.  Since summertime means longer days, sunshine and hot humid weather, it’s the perfect opportunity to try out some gauzy and unstructured styles.

Soft natural waves are the perfect look this time of year.  This no fuss style is ideal, as it doesn’t require sitting in front of a mirror with a hot curling iron or straightener.  If your hair is naturally straight, fake a wave by sectioning your hair into four pieces and braiding each one before heading to bed.  Spray with a little hairspray to keep the style.

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In the morning, simply un-do the braids and brush out the waves with a soft bristle brush or your fingertips.  You don’t want to completely loose the effect, so make sure only to run the brush or your fingers through once or twice.  Keep the hair off your face by making a deep side part and pinning in back sections for a light and easy half up-do.  You can accent with optional twists and/or braids to enhance that classical romantic aesthetic.

Another option that is great for both long and shorter hairstyles starts by creating a large loose French braid around the crown of the head.  Make sure to pull pieces of hair out to keep it from looking overdone.  To give the look a little something extra, try braiding in ribbons of lace.  Then with the remaining hair, make a side ponytail or bun at the nape of your neck for an easy style that not only looks beautiful, but will also keep you cool and comfortable when the temperature rises.

Images courtesy of fashionreverie.com/Ken Jones

Images courtesy of fashionreverie.com/Ken Jones

Finish the look off with a flush of soft pink on the cheeks and lips for the perfect dreamy warm-weather beauty look.

—Janine Silver

Fashion Flashback: Gone But Not Out Menswear Brands

Greg Lauren image courtesy of pinterest.com

Greg Lauren image courtesy of pinterest.com

On the eve of New York Fashion: Men’s spring 2018, Fashion Reverie looks back at menswear brands that had a strong presence in the American menswear scene, but lost momentum and are no longer a part of the US men’s fashion market. Most of these brands had a distinct, signature voice and spoke to an evolving, diverse menswear audience that was thirsty for something innovative and fashion forward.

Still, though most of these menswear brands had some traction, circumstances forced them out of the menswear milieu. While some of these menswear brand creative directors have popped up at other menswear companies, their own individual creative mien is sadly missed.  And, with the current state of the global retail market; perhaps, if some these menswear brands had managed to maintain market viability, there would be more vitality and perspective in the menswear market.

Antonio Azzuolo fall 2012

Antonio Azzuolo fall 2012

One of the most highly missed menswear brands in the depressed American menswear market is Antonio Azzuolo. After honing his craft at Hermes, Kenzo, and Galeries Lafayette in Paris, Azzuolo took up the mantle of design director at Ralph Lauren’s Purple Label and Black Label in 2006. In 2008 Azzuolo launched his eponymous label and quickly became a strong presence on the US menswear scene.  a.a. antonio azzuolo is a New York–based menswear brand that focuses on street wear seen through a refined lens.

Though the brand is not technically extinct, Azzuolo has not made a new collection in a few seasons. Fashion wagging tongues confide that Azzuolo is now working for Warby Parker.

Unruly Heir fall 2013 image courtesy of fashionbeans.com

Unruly Heir fall 2013 image courtesy of fashionbeans.com

Known for their out-of-the box, irreverent presentations during New York Fashion Week (NYFW), Unruly Heir was launched in 2008 by Joey Goodwin and John Gagliano. Unruly Heir placed a tongue-and-cheek, irreverent twist on classic menswear attire, providing one-of-a-kind pieces for the tailored young man whose lifestyle goes against formal society.

You never knew what you were getting at one of Unruly Heir’s fashion week presentations. You might witness a staged catwalk rumble or food fight, but it was all fun and part of theatre that longer exist during NYFW. Though Unruly Heir’s website is still active and you can purchase merchandise, their NYC presence is all but gone.

Marlon Gobel fall 2014 image courtesy of fashionreverie.com

Marlon Gobel fall 2014 image courtesy of fashionreverie.com

One of the most innovative voices on the American menswear landscape was Marlon Gobel. In his first seven years in the menswear market, Gobel worked for some of most prestigious brands in menswear, Thom Browne and Michael Bastian. In 2010 Marlon Gobel launched in eponymous brand that was immediately picked up by Bergdorf Goodman.

Gobel’s design oeuvre was innovative construction with a penchant for glam with a modern sensibility. During NYFW, Gobel always had some of the best male models in his shows including Henry Watkins and Sebastian Suave. Though Gobel still has a Facebook presence, his website only consists of a 2015 video. Gobel has not created a new menswear collection for several seasons.

Alexandre Plohkov images courtesy of pinterest

Alexandre Plohkov images courtesy of pinterest

Alexandre Plokhov’s menswear brand is technically still in existence, but after taking up the mantle at Helmut Lang, not a lot has been going on at Plokov’s eponymous brand. Plokov established himself as an innovative designer when he launched Cloak in 2000. Cloak won the Ecco Domani award in 2003 and the 2005 CFDA Swarovski Perry Ellis Award for Menswear. Plokhov became known for his military goth style that included razor sharp tailoring, details and luxurious fabrics.

After Cloak shuttered due to partnership disagreements in Plokhov launched his namesake line in 2010. Alexandre Plokhov became one of the must-see menswear brands during NYFW. However, after Plokhov moved over to Helmut Lang, Plohkov announced on Instagram in late December 2015 he would be shutting down his eponymous line. That said; word on the street is that Plokhov has bee replaced at Helmut Lang by the design team from Hood by Air.

Greg Lauren Spring 2016 images courtesy of losarys.com

Greg Lauren Spring 2016 images courtesy of losarys.com

Greg Lauren’s menswear collection had a lot of traction in the menswear market. After being the darling of New York Fashion Week: Men’s, Lauren has all but disappeared. Launched in 2011, Lauren’s namesake brand set a standard for distressed aesthetics.

From his initial launch, Greg Lauren’s men’s and women’s collections were picked up by Bergdorf Goodman and many mainstream department stores and boutiques. Yet, Greg has been suspiciously absent from the NYFW scene, although his spring 2017 and 2018 collections are available for purchase through is online site.

—William S. Gooch

Rock It or Leave It on the Runway Summer 2017 Styles

Photo of Debi Mazar courtesy of Tom and Lorenzo Photo of Gabrielle Union courtesy of tomandlorenzo.com


Photos of Gabrielle Union and Debi Mazar courtesy of tomandlorenzo.com

All white outfits

Summer is a time for white and this year, all white outfits are heating up the red carpet. While most acknowledge that the rule of no white after Labor Day doesn’t apply anymore, all white outfits work best during the summer season. White does create a blank canvas that can add bulk so you want to watch your silhouette. Don’t be afraid to add a colorful accessory, some bright sandals, an elaborate statement necklace or wide belts that are very on trend right now. Most importantly, make sure to pack some stain remover wipes or a Tide Pen!

Rock it!

Logan Browning courtesy of Getty Images

Logan Browning courtesy of Getty Images and Gillian Jacobs image courtesy of celebmafia.com

Feathers

Unique touches that create an interesting outfit on the red carpet are tough to pull off.  You don’t want to wear a boring garment, but if you don’t edit, you risk looking like you’re wearing a costume rather than a chic look. Sadly, the recent trend of feathers on the red carpet veers deeply into costume territory. When feathers adorn a short dress, the wearer can sometimes look like they’ve donned a figure skating getup. Feathers on full-length gowns scream, “Everything, but the kitchen sink!” And, the silhouette of feathers on gloves; well, there are no words!!

Leave it!

Photo of Emily Blunt Courtesy of Tom and Lorenzo Photo of Jenny Slate courtesy of Getty Images

Photo of Emily Blunt Courtesy of tomandlorenzo.com and photo of Yara Shahidi courtesy of Just Jared

Ruffles

Ruffles have been making a comeback in a big way and they have been all over the red carpet. They are fun and can add layer and dimension; however, wearing ruffles can be tricky. Horizontal ruffles can create the illusion of width, so you want to be careful of where they hit you on the body.  Head to toe ruffles is a look reserved largely for those five and under; you know, young children. Ruffles work best as an accent. Many celebs are wearing them on their sleeves. As long as you keep an eye on proportions ruffles are fun and an easy look.

Rock it!

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Photo of Karen Gillian courtesy of Getty Images and photo of Susan Sarandon courtesy of EPA

 Velvet

Spending your summer doing promotion on a red carpet is a world most of us will never experience. Stylists spend an inordinate amount of their time putting together the perfect photo friendly outfit and studios put together budgets that include comfortable cars and a driver eager to ferry the stars from one air-conditioned event to the other. Which is how they can indulge in one of the most ridiculous trends to appear on the red carpet in a while. Velvet? FOR SUMMER, REALLY!!   Velvet is a wonderful, but very warm. Embrace this trend and the only thing bigger than your dry-cleaning bill will be the bill from the ER when you pass out from heat stroke. This one is a huge NOPE.

Leave it! (At least until November)

—Cameron Grey Rose

 

New York International Bridal Week: Spring 2018

Images courtesy of pinterest.com

Images courtesy of pinterest.com

Every one loves a spring bride; especially in you are in New York City during the week of April 17. That’s right; New York International Bridal Week will soon be upon us. From April 20-25, some of the top bridal designers in the world will descend on New York City presenting the latest bridal trends.

Fashion Reverie will be front and center, bringing its viewing audience the latest collections from the top designers in the bridal market. This season expect some new additions to the Fashion Reverie roundup—Naeem Khan, Francesca Miranda, and Justin Alexander.

—Staff

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