New York Bridal Fashion Week

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What We Saw at New York Bridal Fashion Week?

Designers showed kinship, while also calling for harmony. A few Israeli designers chose to drop their shows in light of the war.

During New York Bridal Fashion Week, held Oct. 10 through 12, designers introduced their fall 2024 collections, but also showed their help for each other, with some even attending each other’s presentations.

To share a message of peace at the beginning of the Israel-Hamas war, the designer Peter Langner finished his runway show with John Lennon’s “Envision.”

Bridal Fashion Week also included a couple of debuts coming from designers, such as Zoe Rowyn and Soucy. Several designers unveiled new boutiques and showrooms: Amsale and Rime Arodaky opened flagship stores in SoHo, and Julie Vino opened a flagship in Midtown. Nadia Manjarrez opened her most memorable New York showroom in Chelsea, and Mark Ingram Atelier moved to a greater space in Midtown to check its 20th anniversary,

Here is some of what I saw.

High-Low Dresses


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The high-low gown, well-known in the mid-2000s, has returned. Amsale showed a high-low ball gown with a ruffled bodice and a separable underskirt that can be removed for the reception. Different features included Sareh Nouri’s pink floral appliqué high-low outfit with a sensational tulle underskirt and chapel train. Furthermore, at Rime Arodaky’s stellar return to the bridal week following a five-year break, she debuted in a creased silk chiffon high-low dress with an off-the-shoulder V-neckline and balloon sleeves.

One-Shoulder Necklines


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Michelle Obama’s white, one-shoulder Jason Wu gown, which she wore to President Obama’s 2009 debut ball, ignited a hot wedding style that has cooled in recent years. This season, however, designers revived the look in a new manner. Peter Langner showed an A-line gown with a structurally motivated one-shoulder neckline. Jenny by Jenny Yoo itemized taffeta gown with a bow-decorated, one-shoulder tie. and, Divine Atelier showed a topsy-turvy One-Shoulder Neckline

Jeans and Jumpsuits


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This look is as much for the nontraditional bride as it is for the one who needs a less expected second look or practice supper outfit. “The merging of masculine elements paired with ethereal womanliness is overpoweringly reviving in bridal,” said Ms. Arodaky, whose collection included a crepe jumpsuit with a darling neckline and a Chantilly lace peplum and train. “It’s a celebration of uniqueness and thinking outside the box.”

Kaviar Gauche showed tailored trousers with an organized bustier and mini wrap skirt. Scorcesa’s collection included a bridal pantsuit with pleated trousers and a puffed-sleeve, peplum coat.

Gold Wedding Band Rings



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“Brides are at present requesting dresses that can be worn more than one way over the course of the day, a basic switch that can totally change her look,” said Ines Di Santo,

who showed a 3D flower-embellished strapless gown with a curiously large bow that can be styled as a shrug or left as a train.

Esé Azénabor’s collection highlighted a long-sleeve beaded gown with a separable, oversized Mikado bow that trails into a train and can be worn as a shrug. Francesca Miranda matched a strapless gown with a billowy bolero.

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