Ah, fall. Time for all things apple, pumpkin, and cozy…and for our newest collection to debut at New York Bridal Fashion Week!
We’re super excited about our 2024 Blue Moon collection. Inspired by once-in-a-lifetime, magical moments, it’s full of unforgettable textiles and details. Lea-Ann’s also brought back one of our classic fabrics that was a huge part of her early collections—dupioni! As always, each and every gown is made with love and care by our small (and amazingly talented) team in our Toronto atelier.
There are a total of thirteen new gowns in this collection, so we’re spreading them out into two posts. Today, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Amalia, Aspen, Blythe, Brielle, Carys, Circe, and Elara.
If something sensational, slinky, and 100% not strapless is what you’re after, Amalia’s jewel halter neckline, sexy inverted V-back, and fluted shape will make your heart skip a beat. A belle of the ball, Aspen’s sweetheart neckline and softly gathered bodice are as classic as they are fabulous (and we love her voluminous back bow!). A soft organza ballgown of uncommon grace, Blythe also delivers your “something blue.” That is, if you choose her pretty Delft-inspired colorway! She’s also offered in off-white. A vertical, extravagant back bow and plunging neckline are just part of Brielle’s charm. This lovely lady’s full, circle skirt is amazing for twirling! Spun of all-over lace, Carys’s romance is in the layered details. Hand-appliquéd lace enhances her sheer, corseted bodice, and still more fabulous lace trim finishes her hem. Want even more lace? Carys has a stunning long-sleeved topper that’s sold separately. Sirens have nothing on Circe. This stunner of a fit-and-flare gown is made of crystal-beaded daisy lace. Veiled in this gorgeous textile, her open back is a jaw-dropper. A blooming beauty in every sense, Elara’s draped bodice is adorned by a giant, handmade organza peony with a pearl-beaded center. That statement-making element is balanced by this gown’s airy simplicity and twirl-ready circle skirt.
Check back tomorrow for Part Two, and keep tabs on Instagram, where we’ll be sharing behind-the-scenes images from NYLBFW!