Monique Lhuillier SS'24: The collection has Victorian influences
Set on the sprawling estate of the Huntington Botanical Gardens, Spring 2024 Bridal evokes timeless American Regality under the California sun. An ode to the romance of an English Garden, this season is a harmonious blend of nature, femininity, and colour.
The collection has Victorian influences, rich in floral laces with 3-dimensional wildflowers, luxurious textures, and varying hemlines. The season’s star, the Garden Rose whimsically dances over exaggerated hemlines, sculpted corsetry, and full tulle skirts. Heritage silhouettes have been given a joyful update in embroidered laces, open-weave gazar and textured appliques. High-low hems showcase the season’s statement shoe: a custom-made French lace bootie. Sculptural capes and Watteau trains offer drama and versatility. A tailored A-line lace coat gives the collection a playful touch, while Mikado dresses in varying lengths offer versatility for the modern bride.
Colourful ribbons, wrist-length gloves and coloured gemstone engagement rings complete each look. An elegant lineup of Romance.