Brides in search of antique-chic wedding dresses need look no further than Jenny Packham’s latest collection. Renowned for designing glamorous pieces with a vintage touch, Packham once again showcased her penchant for putting modern twists on classic designs. Displayed against a charming sky backdrop, the stunning line drew inspiration from a series of photographs by popular 1930’s British photographer Madame Yevonde. Packham featured a striking collection of sleek, streamlined silhouettes with beautiful crystal detailing and sweeping skirts of chiffon, tulle and French lace. The collection also boasted sultry designs adorned with fluttering short capes and sheer, beaded sleeves in hues of caramel, blush and ivory. Key looks included a resplendent champagne crystal encrusted gown with a V-neckline and short glittering sleeves, as well as an ivory-toned sheath number, embellished with a sequined waist and capped sleeves for a lavish, romantic feel.
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