5 Bridal Designers That You Should Look Into


Five Amazing Designers You Should Look Into

Even though you may have not heard of these bridal designers yet, they’re worth getting to know and taking a peek at their collections.

Not only will you fall in love with their fresh innovation but they’re taking the wedding world by storm.

Some just started their career in bridal, coming from ready-to-wear designing all over the world, and others are unveiling their very first collection ever. Let’s take a peek at some of their gowns and learn a bit more than just their name as well:

Kate Halfpenny & Halfpenny London
Caroline Hayden
Luke Aaron
Chana Marelus
Charlie Brear

Kate Halfpenny / Halfpenny London

Kate Halfpenny

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Kate Halfpenny created the brand, Halfpenny London. With inspiration from vintage flavors and a goal to keep real women’s bodies in mind, her gowns are meant to be styled for each, individual bride.

Separates and layers can be mixed and matched to create looks that are original and unique for each woman. It’s an innovative way of creating a bridal day look and one that truly fits all shapes and sizes.

Gowns below from The Garden After The Rain Collection

Caroline Hayden

Caroline Hayden

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This Minnesota-based designer launched her first collection in the fall of 2016. Designing evening wear for a decade before making her own debut, she had the experience to back up her own finished products and she certainly delivered.

Production for her designs are done in California and all garments are offered in silk white, ivory, as well as the occasional black and claret.

Gowns below from the debut Fall 2016 Collection

Luke Aaron

Luke Aaron

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A rising star out of Boston, Luke Aaron is sashaying into the bridal world with elegance, sophistication, and newfound bouts of inspiration. Taking classic silhouettes and developing a personalized spin on the tradition, he’s becoming known for telling a story within his designs.

For contemporary brides that are fashion-centric, this is definitely the first spot to take a look at.

Gowns below from the Bridal Lookbook

Chana Marelus

Chana Marelus

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Chana Marelus is an Israeli designer that focuses on the modest bride. Turning full-coverage gowns into true works of art, her designs are all about the embellishments. There’s quite the array of colors to test and try on as well.

Intricate beadwork, interesting silhouettes, unbelievable, fantasy-like textures, and more are what conjure up these artistic creations.

Gowns below from the Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Collection

Charlie Brear

Charlie Brear

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A British brand that offers luxury bridalwear, Charlie Brear started her career over 10 years ago when she stumbled upon some vintage wedding gowns and fell in love. Contemporary styling, eclecticism and artistry are just some of the words used to describe the pieces in her collections.

Every gown under the brand is designed and finished in London and its gowns are stocked in around 60 boutiques worldwide.

Gowns below from the Mainline 2018 Bridal Collection

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