Jenny Packham 2014 Collection

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Jenny Packham’s 2014 Bridal Collection is inspired by the Belle Époque era of the early 20th Century.

A statement of romantically soft, feminine design, the collection encapsulates the spirit of Edwardian style and the Art Nouveau movement which defined it.

The Belle Epoque or ‘beautiful era’ transformed fashion, abandoning restrictive  corsetry and creating the flowing silhouette ever since associated with the Age of Elegance.

Intricate, light beading, delicate embellishment and clean, understated silhouettes play homage to an Edwardian inspiration, whilst romantically volumous ballerina skirts, graceful tulle sleeves and elegantly exposed backs bring to mind  a very modern bride, evoking scenes of a chic European destination wedding.

Available in ivory, champagne and magnolia, luxurious silk mikado, sumptuous draped chiffons and exquisite French lace are adorned with delicate silk flowers  and twinkling crystals in a spectrum of antique metallic silvers and champagnes.

Jenny Packham continues to be the red carpet designer of choice, dressing the world’s most glamourous and discerning women from Catherine Zeta Jones, Angelina Jolie, Amy Adams and Cameron Diaz to Kate Winslet, Diane Kruger, Dita von Teese, Kate Hudson, Oscar winner Adele Aitkins and The Duchess of Cambridge.