The White Gallery London Catwalk Show

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London's Premier bridal event The White Gallery London got off to an impressive start today with four stunning catwalk shows from some of the industries most impressive names. Opening the shows in his most inimitable style was Royal Couturier reaffirming his signature aesthetic of chic understated elegance, the collection displayed a high fashion yet demure take on Parvin's classic bridal wear.

STEWART PARVIN

Stewart ParvinStewart Parvin – The White Gallery London

Stewart Parvin

Stewart Parvin – The White Gallery London

Stewart ParvinStewart Parvin – The White Gallery London

Stewart Parvin

Stewart Parvin – The White Gallery London

Trends included chic clean lines with tone on tone embellishment and an emphasis on texture and fabric which resulted in another strong collection from Stewart Parvin- the master of couture.

The Second show of the day Ian Stuart chose to celebrate the diversity of women’s' style with a collection that was cutting edge as it was classic and as eccentric as it was refined. 

Trends included 'Pure and Simple' clean lined gowns with elegant draping, 'Natural Woodland' distressed fabrics and untidy trimmings that created an organic feel, 'Romantic' beautiful ball gowns adorned with roses, bows  and dramatic decorations as well as enchanting pastel hues in blush pink, pale lilac and powder blue with hints of cranberry and antique gold. 

Embodying personality and uniqueness within each design, Ian showcased a collection that ultimately reflects all that women are.

IAN STUART

Ian StuartIan Stuart – The White Gallery London

Ian StuartIan Stuart – The White Gallery London

Ian Stuart

Ian Stuart – The White Gallery London

Ian Stuart

Ian Stuart – The White Gallery London

Ian StuartIan Stuart – The White Gallery London

Alan Hannah chose to showcase both Alan Hannah and Miamia on the catwalk. The Alan Hannah collection includes gorgeous clean fashion forward silhouettes it silk duchess and taffeta with beautiful hand beaded necklines and shoulder detailing.  Setting the trends for 2014, Alan Hannah has created sheer backs with spectacular bead work that created a dazzling presence on the catwalk.

The Miamia collection builds on the bohemian look of the previous collection whilst adding new fabrics and embellishments to unstructured chiffon and organza. The updated classic theme has been developed and expanded with unusual bead work and inspired floral detailing.

Ending of the first day of catwalk show was the Designer Preview , which showcased key pieces from the 2014 collections of Annasul Y Bride, Blue, Charlotte Balbier, Elizabeth Stewart, Harbridge and Bowen, Ivory & Co, Kisui, Lusan Mondongus, Naomi Neo, Sadoni, Terry Fox and Yolan Cris providing a stunning overview of the key trends for 2014. The Designer Preview brought the first day of The White Gallery London to an unforgettable close.

Click here The White Gallery Catwalk Show for Day 2

Photography by Christopher Dadey

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