Jenny Lee delivers “Modern Vintage” for spring 2012

“My desire is that Jenny Lee Bridal will allow fashionable brides the opportunity to wear a gown that fits their style and allows them to be who they want to be.” Jenny Lee

Jenny Lee had an intimate showing at the Essex House in NYC during bridal market.  Of all the possible viewing venues the Art Deco Room was a perfect room for her Modern Vintage collection.

Known for creating sculpted, young elegant and extremely feminine bridal gowns, each is meant to enhance a woman’s silhouette. This season she has taken the romance of the 50’s and 60’s fashion and blended in her style to create soft yet fashion forward bridal style.  No matter the gown in the collection, there is something for each bridal individual identity for her wedding day.

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Lots of silk flowers, crinkled tulle, and silk organza lends to the distinctive Jenny Lee look and feel.

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NYC Bridal market is winding down

Hi!  OMG the last 4 days have been on FIRE! Running from here to there; looking at countless dresses, speaking with designers and of course catching up with some of my friends in the industry.  Honestly, it is like a high school reunion.  OK, so I honestly hope that you’re been following along with my tweets and of course that you have subscribed to our facebook page.  There is just so much goodness on there, I can barely contain myself.

I’ve posted hundreds of photos from Reem Acra, Monique Lhuillier (did you hear my BIG an EXCLUSIVE ANNOUNCEMENT from Monique?! I’m the FIRST and ONLY Journalist she has shared this with!!), Ines Di Santo, Alfred Angelo, Simone Caravilli, Christos, Kenneth Pool, Amsale, Jenny Lee, Priscilla of Boston, St. Pucchi, Romona Keveza, Anne Bowen, Matthew Williamson, Vera Wang – WHEW!!  That’s only the first 4 days.  There are still more pictures to upload and shows today.  OH…look at the time.  I’ve gotta run, but…here are a few more of my favorite pictures.

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Remember, all the shows I attend, WILL HAVE PICTURES that I’ve taken (I tweet live from the shows – @bridalease) as well as the really pretty-pretty ones from my photographer when they are available.  There is just so much to share on trends, color, style and yes just a bit for the Royal Wedding.  I know!

Happy Monday

 

NYC Bridal market kicks off Fall Season

I’m completely in awe of all the bridal goodness I’ve seen so far.  Because I didn’t want to keep you in the dark for too long (even though I’ll have complete reporting in a day or two, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite pieces.

As for trends so far: Cap Sleeves, Illusion Sleeves, BOLD Necklaces on sweetheart or halter dresses, Intricate lace details, Beading (very small, very delicate – almost looks like it’s a part of the material), Daring and Bold, Light and Airy.

Here are just a few favorite pics  (ok, so there are 50) BUT…I’ve uploaded ALL MY PICTURES on our Yours In Bridal Facebook Page. If you’re not a fan – please “Like” the page so you’ll have up to the minute information on what’s happening in the world of bridal.  If you already do “Like Me”, THANK YOU!!

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OK….Pictures, pictures…. Alfred Angelo, Simone Caravilli, Christos, Kenneth Pool, Sarah Jassir (she’s the daring one – WOW-ZA), Amsale, Jenny Lee and Priscilla of Boston.

Classic, romantic and sensual for the 2011 Jenny Lee collection

“This season I will be showing new and exciting designs from my Couture Collection and in addition, I have designed a “Classic Romantic and Sensual” collection that will offer today’s fashionable bride the opportunity of getting married in a more traditional church ceremony wearing a gown that is sensually veiled in a classic style” Jenny Lee

Known for using only the highest quality fabrics, Jenny creates sculpted fun, elegant and feminine gowns.  This season she has stepped out of her box to offer brides even more.

The 2011 collection continues to use soft and delicate organic fabrics yet she has added voluminous skirts with details to create a truly romantic ball gown effect.  So if you dreamed of being a princess, you now have your opportunity with Jenny Lee.

I’ve known Jenny for over six years and have watched her collection and followers grow.  What I think sets her apart is her attention to detail and the dreamy way you feel when you put o (on) one of her gowns.  A gown by Jenny Lee will leave you breathless.

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Color Trends: White, Ivory, Blush and Champagne

Fabric Trends: Silk Duchess Satin, Stretch Silk Taffeta, Embroided Chantilly Lace, Silk Taffeta, Alencon Lace, Appliqué’s Alencon Lace, Silk Organza, Painted Silk Organza, Beaded Chiffon, Painted Silk Tulle

Style Trends: Asymmetric neckline, Rouched bodice, Lace back, Lace Trumpet gown, Strapless Embroided Lace, Modified A-line Skirt, Cuff Neckline and hand painted Organza