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Brides.com editors have been running - okay cabbing it - all over Manhattan island for days covering Fall 2010 bridal market on both Wedded Bits and at twitter.com/brides. We've seen dozens and dozens of wedding gowns, headpieces, bridesmaid dresses and bridal accessories. We know what we love but would love to know what you think!Read more ››
Vera Wang's fall collection of 17 gowns played with a strong, striking accent color, black. Sometimes it showed as long black opera gloves. Other times, as grosgrain bow at the waist.Read more ››
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The two-man team behind the Badgley Mischka label—Mark Badgley and James Mischka—put on a runway show this week that was all about asymmetrical bridal dresses (specifically the one-shouldered look) and feminine, ruffled accents for bridesmaids.
Carlos Ramirez is emphatically sticking to what he feels he does best. "I am a close to the body guy," he says about the body-hugging gowns he designs at Liancarlo. "I am a Miami guy."Read more ››
Every runway show has music blaring overhead, which just like the music at your wedding, helps set the mood. From over the top jewels at Pnina Tornai to the retro romantic looks at Anne Barge we've selected a few of our runway music favorites that you may want to hear at your wedding or while you're getting ready for your big day.Read more ››
Calm, cool, and fabulously deliberate, Angel Sanchez sent out wonderfully crafted dresses that played with shape and texture. He showed six gowns from his Angel by Angel Sanchez line and nine gowns from his namesake couture line.Read more ››