A unique piece, for a single woman, for a single day. Her motto.
It all began when her friends asked her to imagine their wedding dresses, and then word of mouth went its way — to the idea of her own collection. From now on, each year it is a dozen wedding dresses that are proposed to the measure.
Her grandmother, a lacemaker, transmitted to her the taste for lace. To sublimate the wedding dress, she also uses silk crepe and chiffon. The dresses are unbleached and vary from ivory to champagne.
We really love her most recent 2017 collection. You can really get a glimpse of the taste for lace. We’ve added a gallery to share with you.
Images Courtesy of Stephanie Wolff
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