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Designer Feature: Sareh Nouri Fall 2014
Sareh Nouri’s latest collection features elegant gowns with an air of sweet romance and girlish hopes. The use of the exquisite lace by French lace house Sophie Halette in many of the gowns gives the collection a very feminine and classic quality. Open back details, luxuriously embellished lace, and rows of buttons continue to emphasise femininity along with Nouri’s choice of flattering silhouettes.
Nouri keeps her designs fresh by pairing intricate, hand-crafted lace with the clean lines of a tulle trumpet skirt, or a heart-shaped open back. The collection features a few surprises as well. A couple of the gowns offer brides the ability to transform their look from ceremony to reception simply by detaching a mermaid skirt, or slipping an off-shoulder lace gown completely off the shoulders to reveal a shorter lace dress beneath.
While I am personally partial to mermaid cuts and classic A-line skirts, the ethereal ball gowns with their light layers of tulle are surprisingly charming with their whimsical update on the princess gown. Shading from creamy white to modern dove-gray hues, this collection is elegant, dainty, and resplendently romantic.
Images courtesy of Sareh Nouri from their Look Book 2014, Central Park. Select laces: House of Sophie Hallette. Photo: Laura Gordon Photography. Veils & headpieces: Liv Hart for Enchanted Atelier. Hair: Magda’s Designs. Makeup: www.facesbyliz.com.
Sareh Nouri is available in the United States, Canada, and Asia.
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