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Friday, December 15th 2017

Daphne Newman's 2018 'Love Awakened' Collection

Designer Daphne Newman’s latest ‘Love Awakened’ collection, features 10 breath-taking couture veils. Each piece is handmade using silk tulle and exclusive lace sourced by Daphne on her travels to Europe and the Middle East.

Shot at an 11th century monastery in Umbria Italy with LANE favourite Lelia Scarfiotti, Daphne and her team set out to change the mood of the veil; focusing on the contrast of the feminine and ethereal details against the time worn facades of the ancient structures. Inspired by the rich history of Italy and her global pursuit of rare lace, Daphne’s vision was a unity of textural detailing and ornate silhouettes in the most traditional setting of them all- the catholic church. Demonstrating to brides and industry alike, that you can incorporate tradition without compromising personal style.

Each piece is designed to be kept by the bride as a timeless memory of her wedding style, and cherished as an heirloom for future generations- a rarity in our modern society of fast fashion. As the defining bridal accessory, Daphne encourages her brides to carefully choose their veil, as an honest reflection of their style and personality, and not simply an afterthought of the gown.

Love Awakened is available at stockist’s in Canada and the United States, as well as on her website. Additionally, all of Daphne’s collections can be found exclusively at SPINA Bride in New York City.

Creative Direction: Daphne Newman + Raquelle Kilotaitis

Wedding Veils: Daphne Newman

Photographer: Lelia Scarfiotti

Model: Cloe Simoncioni of Casting Firenze 

Hair/Makeup: Katie Angus of The Future Mrs.

Gowns: Beaded long sleeve - Liz Martinez from Spina Bride / Lace off the shoulder - Liz Martinez from Spina Bride / Beaded/Glitter Gown - Karen Willis Holmes from Pearl and Dot / Slip Dress - Daphne Newman

Venue: Umbria, Italy

Wednesday, February 22nd 2017

Delicate accents for chic slips.

Chic adornment you can style to suit any aesthetic, Colette Malouf have launched a bridal collection stocked by the likes of Bergdorf Goodman, Le Bon Marché and Harvey Nichols. Pair silk dresses with straps that slip from the shoulders with their gilded chokers and pearlescent accents, knot delicate rings around fingers and thread loose waves with crystallized wildflowers that wind and climb. Discover the whole collection of bridal jewels (and bridesmaid gifts) on the Colette Malouf website.

Sunday, February 5th 2017

Couture Veils.

Amongst a sea of labels in the bridal industry, there are designers you stumble across whose pieces completely stop you. There’s a magic behind their work that’s hard to put your finger on, a passion you know comes from a deeply inspired place. And as you delve a little deeper into their story, you learn that it's a boldness these creatives share that separates their work. A desire to do things differently, to take the hard route if they have to, to create work that does justice to the ideas they dream up.

When it comes to boldness and passion, Daphne Newman has it in spades. Daphne's veils are inimitable, and the difference lies in the story imbued in every piece. Scouring the globe for rare European fabrics, Daphne creates designs inspired by the memories of her journey to find each piece of lace, and the people behind it. The result is a decadent, couture-like approach to veils, with intricate embroidery and delicate scalloped lace woven over diaphanous layers of tulle, or blends of beading and fringing that feel like wearable art. 

Here’s a little peek at some of our favorites we recently shot in NYC. Head over to the Daphne Newman website to shop the collection or enquire about a bespoke piece that can be customised to suit your gown.

Friday, January 27th 2017

Beneath The Stars.

Playing to our love of all things celestial and shot in a landscape we left a piece of our own hearts in, on a little trip to Switzerland last year, the latest Naturae Beneath The Stars campaign exquisitely captures the wild alchemy of nature. Beautifully evocative and stirring, it’s a stunning example of the beauty found in moody palettes formed from wild weather, stormy skies and sweeping winds. 

For those pulled by a celestial magic, adorn yourself in glacial inspired stones and celestial headpieces. Pair metallic crowns with featherweight veils, over delicate silks. Carry this lunar inspired mood through to your reception with volcanic accents in ceramics and flatware, stormy grey linens and luminous candlelight. 

See the full collection and latest campaign on the Naturae website

Head pieces, veils and accessories: Naturae Design 

Film: BLOND&BLAUW 

Music: Tom Raaff

Photo: Anna Thereshina 

Mua: Monique Eigenmann

Flowers: Florésie (Leatitia Mayor) 

Models: Laura Griot & Olivia Maritz

Friday, October 21st 2016

White Aura

Capturer of energies, locked and worn lovingly over the heart, alongside the dreams of the mind, or adorning the enabling forces that are our hands, we love the symbolism and power of crystals and gems, especially in the context of the wedding day. Absorbing the love, honour, joy and positivity of the day in a beautiful memento for years to come, they make a meaningful exchange of gifts for bridesmaids.

Inspired by the ceremony of this time, the latest collection by Krystle Knight JewelleryWhite Aura is brimming with pieces perfect for a bohemian luxe wedding and bridesmaids. To view more of the collection and to shop online (worldwide shipping) see here.

Monday, October 17th 2016

Enwrought

Beauty lies in subtlety. In the delicate, fleeting and imperceptible, not asking for attention, subsisting in elegance whether we’re there to observe them or not. With an emphasis on becoming the wearer (and not overwhelming) we love the delicate adornment of Jennifer Behr as a stunning heirloom memento of the wedding day.

To view more of her timelessly beautiful collections and to shop online for worldwide shipping, see here.

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