Each year, bridal media and bridal fashion enthusiasts flock to New York for the unveiling of the top designer’s new lines. Full of flare, gorgeous textures, flattering silhouettes and more, the 2019 Fall/Winter New York Bridal Fashion did not disappoint! Keep reading for a recap of our favorites designs and upcoming trends.

Anne Barge
With texture play and beautiful construction, Anne Barge showcased a gorgeous collection of gowns that would suit a demure and classic bride. Having studied architecture before design, Creative Director Shawne Jacobs masterfully constructs gowns that flatter the figure from every angle.

Inbal Dror
Sleek and sexy were the prominent themes in Inbal Dror’s newest collection. Sheer fabrics, plunging necklines, and red carpet worthy high slits make these designs perfect for the confident bride who’s not afraid of showing a little skin. Gorgeous headpieces also made a bold statement to complement the gowns.

Romona Keveza
Romona Keveza continues to dazzle us with her classic silhouettes and gorgeous construction. Shown at New York Bridal Fashion Week were new designs from her three collections; Romona New York – appealing to a younger chic bride, Legends Romona Keveza – inspired by legendary style icons such as Audrey Hepburn, and The Collection – classic cuts that are romantic and bespoke.

Amsale
Following Mrs. Amsale Aberra’s passing last April, new Creative Director Margo Lafontaine unveiled a glamorous bridal collection featuring beautiful, understated designs for the modern bride. The collection is free of decorative appliques and embellishments but ultra chic in their simplicity and beauty.

Reem Acra
Held at the New York Public Library, Reem Acra unveiled a magical collection full of pretty pastels and floral embellishments galore. Beautiful veils and headpieces added to the ethereal and dramatic feel of it all. If you’re a bride looking to feel like a real-life princess, this collection has it all.

Theia
Theia’s Fall 2019 collection was all about the beauty of florals and delicate details. From hand-embroidered pearls and glass embellishments to sparkling fitted gowns and sexy tuxedo cuts, the collection showed a wide range of styles and fits for all shapes and sizes.

Special thank you to Collin Pierson Photography for capturing and sharing all of the beauty of New York Fashion Week!