This October, One Fine Day took on New York to launch their very first One Fine Day Bridal Market. Held at Studio 450 with jaw dropping views of New York City, the ladies pulled together an amazing showcase of some of the best in the biz.
Anna Campbell opened the show with her ‘Ceremony‘ collection, featuring a range of exquisitely tailored bodice underlays, finished with skirts of voluminous organza, ethereal silk tulle, floating chiffon and fine ivory lace.
Stocked at Love Marie in Sydney and Sphere Collective in QLD, L.A. based Daughters of Simone, injected the perfect amount of ‘cool California girl’ into their ‘Sunshine of My Love‘ collection, with off-the-shoulder cuts and vintage like laces, taking us back to the 1970s.
Designed with the Australian bride in mind, Carla from Made with Love perfected the balance between elegance, and affordability using unique laces and oh so flattering cuts, stocked at the Sphere Collective.
Mira Mandic showcased beautiful fashion forward gowns for the modern day bride, while Gwendolynne’s gowns were a modern take on the 1920s. Floaty fabrics and delicate laces made up Sarah Janks‘ collection and Cappellazzo Couture had just the gowns for a modern day princess.
Renowned Australian designer, Karen Willis Holmes, showcased her sophisticated designs alongside a new collection of beaded collars and Unbridaled by Dan Jones (stocked at The Bridal Atelier) closed the show with his sleek and sophisticated designs perfect for the ‘not-so-bridal-bride’.
CREDITS Photos, planning and coordination One Fine Day // Location Studio 450, NYC // Gowns Anna Campbell, Daughters of Simone, Mira Mandic, Gwendolynne, Karen Willis Holmes and Unbridaled by Dan Jones.