Israeli designer Idan Cohen captures the innocence in every bride, with dresses reflecting the sweetest styles of the season. The brides who inspire his designs are charismatic with a sense of charm and grace in every look. Cohen has designed for many women, including celebrities, and hails from a family of fashion. A graduate of the Marangoni school of fashion in London, his gowns reflect British tradition with simple silhouettes, adorned with brilliant accents, to reveal a bride who is elegant and classy, but fabulously stylish, walking the aisle. Stella Kim covered this event in beautiful photos.

 

Here come the dresses

Long trains remind us of Royal Weddings, and are always a breathtaking style. The backs of these wedding dresses are just as beautiful as the front. Backless gowns are more modern, for brides breaking tradition, but the length of the train creates a balanced look, for classic style.

The jeweled accents, ruffled cuffs and frilly necklines are extra special too – brides are all the more endearing with the added glimmer of this collection.

For brides who want to remain conservative for Church ceremonies, we are seeing a new take on covered shoulders, with full, sheer sleeves you can still get away with.

Patterned lace is done exceptionally well in this line, and we are seeing new ways to create a look of romance. Brides can choose from different lace overlays – we never knew a bride could have so many decisions to make.

Finishing touches are added in with shimmering embroidery and appliques, perfect for creating fairy-tale weddings when the lights are turned down - brides glow in carefully chosen ball gowns.

Blushing brides look radiant in designs, by Idan Cohen, and we love the emotion and mood that is woven into every dress.

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Published by Jennica B.