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The late Oscar de la Renta was a world-renowned fashion designer known for his elegant and couture-like collections. De la Renta launched his eponymous ready-to-wear line in 1965 and his bridal line in 2006. In 2016, Laura Kim and Fernando Garica were appointed co-creative directors and lead designers of the brand. Oscar de la Renta's designs have been worn by scores of celebrities from Amal Clooney to Allison Williams. Scroll below to see recent and past collections from Oscar de la Renta.
Oscar de la Renta Spring 2021
From statement-making architectural gowns to cascading layers of exquisite hand embroidery to voluminous skirts, Oscar de la Renta's Spring 2021 collection focused on romantic designs for the modern bride. Below you'll find elegant high-low ballgowns, looks crafted from ethereal tulle, and impeccably tailored silhouettes.
In accordance with our diversity pledge, it's our duty to note that at the time of publishing, this brand/designer did not include BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) in their Spring 2021 campaign imagery. We have since reached out to this brand/designer to encourage them to include BIPOC imagery in not only this season’s campaign but in future campaigns as well.
Look 1: Strapless high-low ballgown with voluminous feather detail.
Look 2: Strapless draped mini dress with floral appliqués.
Look 3: Off-the-shoulder gown with shawl of cascading flowers and gentle train.
Look 4: Strapless fitted gown with voluminous high-low hem.
Look 5: Voluminous silk-faille high-low strapless gown.
Look 6: Sheer soft tulle gown with cascading floral appliqués.
Look 7: Gown of layered pleated tulle and hand 3D floral appliqués.
Look 8: Hand embroidered strapless gown.
Oscar de la Renta Fall 2020
Below you'll find dreamy gowns crafted from taffeta, chiffon mini dresses, delicate floral appliqués, and a dramatic blue ballgown.
Look 1: One-shoulder draped chiffon cocktail mini dress with stretch wool gabardine double breasted jacket.
Look 2: Strapless silk taffeta cocktail dress with large, hand punched and embossed side flower.
Look 3: Strapless silk taffeta ball gown with large, hand punched and embossed side flower.
Look 6: V-neck silk faille ball gown embroidered with hand-cut organza and silk yarn threaded flowers.
Look 5: Flower embroidered strapless gown in silk faille.
Look 6: Sleeveless corded flower stem and chantilly lace gown.
Look 7: V-neck tulle embroidered gown with cut out leaves.
Look 8: Off-shoulder tulle gown embroidered with organza threaded flowers and guipure floral motifs.
Look 9: Strapless pleated ruffled tulle cocktail dress.
Look 10: Soft blue bustier strapless ball gown with five layers of ruffled tulle.
Look 11: Strapless bustier ball gown with layers of ruffled tulle.
Look 12: Embroidered strapless draped tulle bustier gown.
Oscar de la Renta Spring 2020
The über romantic collection of dreamy wedding dresses was all about breaking from tradition and grasping a more modern perspective focused on individuality and tailoring to each bride's personal character and preferences. The collection showcased a number of silhouettes and styles, from gowns to cocktail dresses to separates, all exuding and aura of enchantment and whimsical romance.
Look 1: Strapless draped cocktail dress with long sash and fringe detail, Oscar de la Renta
Look 2: Strapless bustier with large asymmetric half bow, Oscar de la Renta
Look 3: Strapless rose garden Matelassé ball gown with large half bow at back, Oscar de la Renta
Look 4: Silk faille ball gown with appliqué embroidery petals in a floral motif (totaling 145 hours of work) cascading from bodice and ballerina straps.
Look 5: Stretch Mikado column gown with off-the-shoulder sleeves and back bow detail.
Look 6: Strapless sweetheart neckline draped crepe column gown.
Look 7: Off-the-shoulder draped chiffon gown.
Look 8: Strapless sweetheart neckline silk chiffon column gown with back bow and train, hand-embroidered with Chantilly lace and floral motifs that are stitched in an organic cluster layout and highlighted with white seed beads, round white sequins, and white fisheye stones (totaling 310 hours of work).
Look 9: Long sleeve allover floral lace embroidered lace gown with tulle overskirt featuring organza appliqués attached to a base of ari embroidery thread work for a 3D effect (totaling 80 hours of work to complete).
Look 10: Strapless embroidered tulle gown with beautiful filigree embroidery (completed by 15 artisans in a total of 250 hours).
Look 11: V-neck tulle embroidered gown with sash, featuring hand embroidery on a starburst pleated tulle with each floral motif boasting floret sequins and a small seed bead on top (totaling 280 hours of work).
Look 12: Off-the-shoulder bustier ball gown with embroidered tulle skirt.
Look 13: V-neck floral leaves lace ball gown with hand-appliquéd flowers and beautiful floral motifs scattered over the bodice and skirt.
Look 14: Strapless cocktail dress with ostrich feather embroidery, crafted with 22 yards of white ostrich feathers which are stitched in two opposite directions tailored on tulle and embroidered (created by four skilled craftsmen in over 75 hours).