Photos: Courtesy of Topshop
British fast-fashion retailer Topshop tapped Australian designer Richard Nicoll to launch its first-ever collection of wedding dresses, a seven-piece offering of alternative bridal styles ranging from from $93 to $543. Nicoll drew inspiration for the capsule collection, called "Tie The Knot," from the final evening looks of his spring-summer line, which incorporate provocative lingerie details and strong colors. "I loved the idea of doing wedding dresses with Topshop because I wanted to offer a younger, cooler alternative to meringue culture," Nicoll said, "something special, but not precious—like my friends, something they would wear if they were getting married." Look for the collection in select Topshop stores and online starting June 15th.
—Phillip B. Crook