There are some things we can be sure of at the start of each new bridal fashion season. There will be a fresh crop of beautiful gowns to drool over. And at the very top of the bridal lust list you’ll find Galia Lahav, with the house’s ultra-covetable and uniquely fashion forward style.
This season is remarkable, in a very good way. There’s the royal wedding in May — and naturally, we’re all having Princess Fever. Then there’s the release of Galia Lahav’s “Queen of Hearts” haute couture bridal collection, hands down, the most jawdroppingly gorgeous offering from the atelier to date. Fittingly, images of iconic princesses and queens were involved in the creation of this collection. For their Spring 2019 wedding dress collection, designers Galia Lahav and Sharon Sever drew inspiration from the classic elegance of royalties. And the result? Wedding gowns that are regally SUBLIME!
Galia Lahav’s Spring 2019 couture bridal collection features a great mix of romantic and glamorous looks — think ball gowns with elaborate beaded corset tops, slinky mermaids with hand-embroidered and bejewelled bodices, and an unforgettable silver number (the sleek Arden) that’s bound to turn heads. Of course it wouldn’t be a Galia Lahav wedding dress without the sensational details. This season we’re talking gold and ruby accents, bows made of Swarovski crystals (hello, modern classic Imperia), and an incredible fusion of textures – think layers of exquisite French laces and delicate drapings of pearls – along with truly stunning color combinations like pink topaz and pebble grey. This season is all about the fiercest gowns for brides who wish to break free from tradition, and that something special that will awaken every woman’s inner queen. Just take a look at these amazing creations…
Fallen in love with one of these exquisite Galia Lahav designs? These haute couture wedding gowns are made with love by artisans at the Galia Lahav atelier in Tel Aviv, employing only the highest standards of design and craftsmanship as recognized by the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture. For more details and appointments, please visit Galia Lahav.