Fall-Winter 2016 Collection at The Proposal Bridal Singapore

by Bridestory [[ 1448676000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Wedding Ideas  

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As one of the most prestigious bridals in Singapore, The Proposal Bridal surely has an interesting line-up for you. Their back-to-back weekend trunk shows showcased the works of Peter Langner on 13-15 November and Galia Lahav on 20-22 November this year. Also joining the family in December 2015 are Paolo Sebastian and St. Patrick by Pronovias, bringing more and more diversity to the bridal collection of The Proposal.

Get to know the designers carried by The Proposal in their boutique by going through the slider, and comment below if you spot any of your favorites in the list.

  • Peter Langner

    Born in Germany and now based in Milan, his haute couture fashion influence is undoubted and has captivated brides around the world. His adventurous nature is reflected in the way he plays with a variety of fabrics, yet his chic and structured style always leaves a mark on his creations. Also known for his workmanship and prime quality, he has become one of the most respected designers around the world with works stocked in over 40 stores across the United States, Europe, and Asia.

  • Galia Lahav

    Shortly after releasing her haute couture line, Ivory Tower, Galia Lahav is on top of her game. Drawing inspiration from a medieval princess awaiting her knight in an ivory tower, the collection embodies mystery with a taste of femininity. The dresses are made from the best garments, adorned with French lace, immaculate tulle, floral embellishments along with glistening crystals that beautifully hug the wearer’s figure. Aside from the Ivory Tower, Galia Lahav launched a new line called the GALA collection which exhibits an array of dreamy dresses inspired by romantic capitals of the world that exuded an aura of modern romance fit for every bride.

  • Ines Di Santo

    Inspired by light and all its beautiful quality is Ines Di Santo’s latest bridal collection. Departing from a picturesque imagination of a bride standing in front of a sunlit morning window, she created refined and feminine dresses that still breathe timeless elegance. Sheer layers, Chantilly lace, and embroideries come into play, harmoniously creating masterpieces that celebrate the beauty of every woman.

  • St. Patrick by Pronovias

    St. Patrick was launched in 1964 as a purveyor of prêt-a-porter wedding gowns in Spain. The elegant and fresh style of St. Patrick gowns will be a delight to both modern and classic brides with their variety of versatile dresses. Some dresses breathe romanticism with lace embellishments and splendid back details, while some others are more traditional with strapless necklines and wide-flowing skirts. If you’re the flirty bohemian bride or maybe even a simple one, there’s a dress especially for you.

  • Paolo Sebastian

    The latest fall/winter collection of Paolo Sebastian is inspired by Slavic folktales of a winter empress, maintaining the label’s signature style, creating of a grand story through artisan couture. The intricate dresses with hand-sewn snowflakes and opulent crystal details represent a young girl searching for her identity in the sprint of winter. Featuring regal coats, dramatic ball gowns. and ballerina gowns, designer Paul Vasileff brings forth a modern interpretation of traditional folk attires à la Paolo Sebastian. Also giving way for various textures of velvet, fur, even cashmere, and non-white colors like soft gold, ruby, and ice blue, the collection awakens a sense of old-world glamour.


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