Col­lec­tions of dress­es from Galia Lahav, a famous Israeli design­er, are unique. They embody con­tem­po­rary style and are per­fec­tion down to the small­est detail. Each mod­el is made of chic fab­ric and beau­ti­ful­ly tai­lored. Atten­tion is paid to even the small­est nuances.

Col­lec­tion “The St-Tropez Cruise”

This can be seen by look­ing at the exquis­ite col­lec­tion “The St-Tropez Cruise”, in which Galia Lahav’s wed­ding dress­es sim­ply amaze with an abun­dance of del­i­cate, sophis­ti­cat­ed sil­hou­ettes and incred­i­ble styles. The col­lec­tion of ele­gant dress­es is cre­at­ed from the finest Euro­pean fab­rics. Satin and silk were used to cre­ate the dress­es, the mod­els are dec­o­rat­ed with ele­ments of tulle and chif­fon, as well as exquis­ite lace. Each dress has its own high­light in the form of a medal­lion, a bow or a scat­ter­ing of beads. Such lux­u­ry will cap­ti­vate all who see these works of art. And, of course, brides in such dress­es are incred­i­ble.

La Dolce Vita

As time moves on, new ideas are born and the next incred­i­ble col­lec­tion is born. Dress­es by Galia Lahav, cre­at­ed in 2015, can make every girl irre­sistible. Incred­i­ble works of art, col­lect­ed under the name “La Dolce Vita”, are direct proof of this.

The pho­tos of these dress­es were tak­en in Italy, on the Amal­fi Coast, and they draw atten­tion to the unusu­al­ly del­i­cate lace, which was cre­at­ed using a cro­chet hook. The dress­es shown in the new col­lec­tion com­bine antique lace and heavy silk of the best qual­i­ty.

The inspi­ra­tion for the col­lec­tion was the sandy beach­es of Italy, the blue sea and the moun­tains of Posi­tano. It was they who inspired the idea that mod­ern sil­hou­ettes should be com­bined with a roman­tic touch of the past.

The dress­es of this col­lec­tion have the most open backs, and in addi­tion to mag­nif­i­cent lace, they are dec­o­rat­ed with rich embroi­dery. These are the fea­tures of the twen­ties of the last cen­tu­ry, hot and burn­ing. A bold col­lec­tion that seems to have come to our real world from the world of sci­ence fic­tion and fan­ta­sy.