Wednesday, May 21, 2008

SUMPTUOUS FABRICS: The Making of a Romantic Bride

Gowns by Amy-Jo Tatum
Photos by Ron Greystar
Model: Robin Patronik
When it comes to wedding wear, silks rule. I designed these gowns in a whole range of silks for the bride wanting an ultra feminine look. When organza, chiffon, crepe and light-as-air laces combine, they make for some real romantic dressing.

MUSETTA: A whirling confection in yards of silk organza accented with peau d’ange lace over a satin bodice.

ARIEL: Go floral. Silk petals and roses decorate a detachable organza train. The rest of the gown is silk chiffon and chantilly lace.

MONIQUE: Surplice bodice draped in white silk crepe harks back to 1930’s Hollywood. Warning: This simple silhouette carries lots of impact.

CHLOE: A lightweight brocade that can go cool and airy for summer weddings.

ANTOINETTE: Be ethereal in a body-hugging embossed chiffon over white crepe. Back features a silk gauze detachable train with handrolled silk florals.

Special thanks to Ron Greystar for his dedicated work on this shoot. All these images are copywritten by and can not be reproduced without the photographer's consent.

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