2013 bridal collection. Above, cardinal red strapless ballgown with hand-rolled floral detail skirt and horsehair trim. Below, crimson strapless ballgown with hand-draped tulle bodice and honeycomb tulle skirt with embellished floating Chantilly lace and bias-cutorganza ruffle...
These dresses are every women's dream gown, but with a special flare that only a bridal-wear-veteran such as Vera Wang could think of.
Target and Neiman Marcus collaborated with the CDFA for the most amazing 50-piece limited edition designer holiday gift collection. The collection includes everything from a Diane von Furstenberg yoga mat (the designer is a yoga fanatic and practices on the roof of her home) to Jason Wu...
Expect sample sale prices on the designer's exquisite bridal gowns.
Where: Flatotel, 135 W. 52nd St. (bet. 6th & 7th Ave.)
When: Tuesday, December 11th, 10am~6pm
Wednesday, December 12th, 10am~5pm
Love the bit of lace peeking at the bodice!
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Vera Wang's Fall 2014 bridal collection is filled with the loveliest gowns in a luscious mélange of rose-tinted colors and feminine silhouettes. Sweet enough to brighten even the dreariest of winter days, this charming collection is a candy bag of pink and coral confections in voluminous...
Photos courtesy of Vera Wang
Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2012
afraid to change things up a bit in ways that other fashion designers might not dare and this is why it is one of the top bridal brands across the world.
Black lace and pale hues is the main material and colors that make up the dresses in this collection. Though color is limited to black and...
NEW YORK, Oct 15, 2013/ — Unveiling her bridal collection last week during New York Bridal Week, Vera Wang broke away from the 173-year tradition of white bridal gowns by proposing pink and red as the new colors when walking down the aisle.
Bright and hopeful, the stunning collection...
Designer Vera Wang, a style icon for her wedding dresses, recently bought a four-bedroom home in Beverly Hills.
The New Yorker insists she's not moving to Los Angeles full-time, but she's proud enough of her new digs to show them off in the February issue ofHarper's Bazaar.