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Couture wedding dresses

It just so hap­pened that famous design­ers fin­ish the show of the new col­lec­tion with a chic wed­ding dress. And the girl who got the hon­or to dress up in this dress was lucky, because she goes hand in hand with the cou­turi­er him­self.

This tra­di­tion is not so strict­ly observed in our time. Design­ers pre­fer to cre­ate entire bridal col­lec­tions. But the trends used by the great cre­ators of fash­ion deserve our atten­tion.

Wedding dress from a famous designer


Only a unique dress that was released by a lead­ing fash­ion house can be called haute cou­ture. The process of its cre­ation must com­ply with the rules, the author­ship of which is attrib­uted to the Paris Syn­di­cate of Haute Cou­ture.

And they sound like this:

  • more than half of all work on the dress (70%) must be done by hand;
  • fab­rics can only be used spe­cial­ly cre­at­ed specif­i­cal­ly for this out­fit;
  • haute cou­ture dress is cre­at­ed for a spe­cif­ic client by the stan­dards of her body;
  • the cost of such a dress can be mea­sured in hun­dreds of thou­sands of dol­lars;
  • to cre­ate out­fits of this lev­el, a cer­tifi­cate is required.

The pos­si­bil­i­ty of obtain­ing a cer­tifi­cate is only avail­able from Parisian fash­ion hous­es that meet a num­ber of require­ments:

  • the num­ber of employ­ees is at least 20;
  • show­cas­ing at least 50 new out­fits twice a year.

A haute cou­ture dress is absolute­ly unique; it is equat­ed to a work of art, inher­it­ed or becomes an exhib­it in a muse­um. Wealthy peo­ple can afford to cre­ate entire col­lec­tions of haute cou­ture dress­es.

celebrity haute couture wedding dress

Couture dresses from sensational collections

Jean Paul Gaultier

There is bold­ness and exclu­siv­i­ty in the works of design­ers who rep­re­sent the Jean Paul Gaulti­er fash­ion house. Wed­ding dress­es are com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent from each oth­er, even though they belong to the same col­lec­tion. Can be found:

  • reveal­ing mini dress­es;
  • mag­nif­i­cent out­fits with rich decor and care­ful­ly select­ed jew­el­ry;
  • wed­ding dress, per­for­mance in the style of a leo­tard;
  • a real sen­sa­tion was made by a dress sim­i­lar to the robes of medieval queens, with a stand-up col­lar, a strict design of the front and an amaz­ing­ly beau­ti­ful hat.

Christian Dior

When cre­at­ing some col­lec­tions, the design­ers of this fash­ion house turned their atten­tion to the doll style. The pres­ence of chic bright bows, the skill­ful use of lace and an unusu­al play on open­work ele­ments.

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Bachelorette party before wedding
Lush wedding dress from Dior

The effect of oppo­sites and con­trasts is car­ried by out­fits in dark col­ors that rep­re­sent nat­ur­al fem­i­nin­i­ty from a dif­fer­ent angle.

Through­out the exis­tence of the Dior fash­ion house, design­ers have com­bined sev­er­al styles in one mod­el.

The wed­ding dress stands out espe­cial­ly, on the skirt of which there is black embroi­dery, on the sleeves there are folds, and the jack­et sides are in the form of a “smell”.

Wedding dress from Dior short

The crazy com­bi­na­tion of oppos­ing styles and forms won the admi­ra­tion of the pub­lic. Anoth­er mod­el that turned the minds of fash­ion crit­ics upside down, stood out with a large num­ber of col­ors con­cen­trat­ed on the skirt and corset.

Dior wedding dress short frontWedding dress from Dior retro

Naeem Khan

Fash­ion house Naeem Khan always cre­ates dif­fer­ent out­fits, thus prov­ing that a wed­ding dress can car­ry com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent emo­tions: ten­der­ness, rig­or, a chal­lenge to tra­di­tions.

Design­ers clear­ly under­stand what a woman needs to cre­ate an unimag­in­able, styl­ish look.

Most of the out­fits are always rich­ly dec­o­rat­ed with a wide vari­ety of decor. Stones, embroi­dery from var­i­ous mate­ri­als and brooches are used. But out of all this daz­zling mad­ness, a spe­cial col­lec­tion stands out, in which decor is not used at all. The mate­r­i­al is so gor­geous that any acces­sories are just super­flu­ous.

Elie Saab

Libyan design­er Elie Saab remains true to his style, embody­ing fem­i­nin­i­ty, sophis­ti­ca­tion and sophis­ti­ca­tion in each of his col­lec­tions. This is how he imag­ines the per­fect wed­ding dress­es, which are cre­at­ed from tight sil­hou­ettes, strewn with daz­zling crys­tals, embody crys­tal puri­ty and even make wom­en’s sil­hou­ettes radi­ate a soft light.

Wedding dress from Elie Saab is very magnificent

The dress­es are so per­fect that any flaws of the fig­ure will be unob­tru­sive­ly hid­den, and the mer­its are high­light­ed and empha­sized.

In a spe­cial place is a mag­nif­i­cent wed­ding cre­ation, com­plete­ly cov­ered with crys­tals and appli­ca­tions. No oth­er design­er has ever demon­strat­ed such fine work.

Ulyana Sergeenko

Ulyana Sergeenko choos­es a cer­tain style for each of her col­lec­tions and adheres to it in the process of cre­at­ing the next mod­el that will be includ­ed in this col­lec­tion.

Wedding dress closed from Ulyana Sergeenko

For all the time that the design­er presents his cre­ations, out­fits of a vin­tage char­ac­ter, time­less clas­sics and avant-garde style have been cre­at­ed. Fin­ish­ing is not only orig­i­nal, but also cre­at­ed by hand. This process takes many hours of painstak­ing work, dur­ing which tra­di­tion­al tech­niques and inno­v­a­tive solu­tions are used.

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Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law

Ulyana Sergeenko cre­at­ed an exclu­sive wed­ding dress for her friend Kse­nia Sobchak, which, as it seemed, was cre­at­ed from ten­der­ness and charm. Light, airy, some­times sim­ple, with puffy, puffy sleeves and flo­ral prints — Kse­nia was irre­sistible in this out­fit.

Wedding dress of Ksenia Sobchak


Fash­ion house Chanel is proud of its cre­ative and dar­ing design­er Karl Lager­feld. His haute cou­ture col­lec­tion is filled with con­tem­po­rary gowns with baroque touch­es.

Wedding dress from Chanel minimalism

There are no seams in any out­fit, but the skirts are in the shape of a trape­zoid.

The main mate­ri­als cho­sen were neo­prene crepe, gold sequins, beads and the inno­v­a­tive devel­op­ment of the fash­ion house — pieces of Cor­busier cement. The col­lars on the dress­es are trimmed with gold pat­terns, which are dis­played in the embroi­dery.

The edge is dec­o­rat­ed in such a way that the view­er sees gold­en sparks in front of him.

The design­er did not deprive the atten­tion of the brides who are in posi­tion. No one expect­ed such a chic out­fit, but the dress eas­i­ly turns the bride into a medieval queen.

Lush wedding dress from Chanel

Zuhar Murad

The one-of-a-kind mas­ter of cre­at­ing the most exquis­ite, most lux­u­ri­ous, pre­ten­tious and mag­nif­i­cent out­fits is the Lebanese fash­ion design­er Zuhair Murad. Any mod­el from his col­lec­tion has the right to be in the roy­al wardrobe, to shine at mag­nif­i­cent events and bohemi­an cel­e­bra­tions.

Dress­es are cre­at­ed in a sin­gle copy, some­times in black and white, and dec­o­rat­ed with ani­mal prints. Such a vari­ety of out­fits is dilut­ed with snow-white per­fo­rat­ed jump­suit, princess-style dress­es and flow­ing mod­els.

The mod­els turned out to be tru­ly delight­ful, charm­ing and refined. Even dis­cern­ing brides were enchant­ed by the cre­ations of the Lebanese design­er.


Valenti­no Gar­a­vani proves that age is not a bar­ri­er to cre­at­ing fash­ion­able out­fits. The proof is a unique col­lec­tion of wed­ding dress­es light as a cloud.

Wedding dress by Valentino

They cre­ate the effect of a naked body, attract­ing atten­tion with their draperies, pleat­ed ele­ments, won­der­ful orna­ments and embroi­dery. In any of these dress­es, the bride will be fem­i­nine and sexy at the same time.

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Wedding dresses in oriental style

Giambattista Valli

High fash­ion can­not exist with­out dream­ers who cre­ate orig­i­nal mod­els, mag­i­cal cre­ations and unusu­al out­fits. All of this applies to Jan­batist Val­li, whose lat­est col­lec­tion is ded­i­cat­ed to the leg­endary fash­ion edi­tor Diana Vree­land.

Wedding dress from Giambattista Valli puffy short

All fash­ion crit­ics agreed in one opin­ion — the sophis­ti­ca­tion of the out­fits was embod­ied in a rich col­or palette, and draperies added mys­tery. The girls liked the sil­hou­ette of the princess so beloved.

Lush mod­els did not stand aside either, which stood out with tight-fit­ting sil­hou­ettes, feath­ers and flow­ers as dec­o­ra­tion, so real­is­tic that it is dif­fi­cult to dis­tin­guish from liv­ing ones. The design­er focused on ele­gance and fresh­ness, in which he sur­passed world-famous fash­ion­able meters.

Giambattista Valli wedding dress color


All the brides of the world know that for a del­i­cate out­fit you need to con­tact the Ver­sace fash­ion house. Ate­lier Ver­sace’s lat­est col­lec­tion was filled with pre­cise graph­ic sil­hou­ettes, metal­lic décor and crisp cutouts.

It seems that all these deci­sions have noth­ing to do with the ten­der­ness char­ac­ter­is­tic of wed­ding dress­es, but the design­ers of the fash­ion house always man­age to com­bine com­plete­ly incom­pat­i­ble things. That’s what hap­pened this time as well.

For a bold bride who accepts mod­ern fash­ion, is not afraid to show her­self and break stereo­types, there is sure to be a dress from the new Ver­sace col­lec­tion.


Unique out­fits, made in a spe­cial style with unsur­passed ener­gy, are cre­at­ed in only one fash­ion house — Vion­net. His lat­est col­lec­tion exceed­ed all expec­ta­tions and amazed the fash­ion world.

Wedding dress from Vionnet with a slit

No oth­er brand demon­strates such mas­tery of com­bin­ing oppo­sites in sin­gle images: romance is embod­ied in geo­met­ric lines, strict lines are cre­at­ed from weight­less fab­rics, and a clear form is adja­cent to fly­ing sil­hou­ettes.

Design­ers used a unique decor that is not found in oth­er col­lec­tions — gar­lands of 3D pleats, pleats and fringes.

A wed­ding dress is the face of its cre­ator, a reflec­tion of his skill and tal­ent. This out­fit always has the high­est cost, it is very long and dif­fi­cult to cre­ate.

The mod­ern bride has great oppor­tu­ni­ties to cre­ate her ide­al image. It is fool­ish to refuse them and bypass out­fits from the best design­ers.