Alon Livné White Fall 2017 Wedding Dress Collection
Israeli designer Alon Livné began his career at the age of 17 and trained with some of the industry's most notable fashion houses like Alexander McQueen and Roberto Cavalli. He became known when he won Israel's version of Project Runway in 2009, and he has since designed gowns for singers like Beyoncé and Lady Gaga. Livné began his bridal line, Alon Livné White, in 2011. Each dress has its own unique style and structure with intricate details.
The Alon Livné White Fall 2017 collection, unveiled during Bridal Fashion Week, is comprised of wedding dress in this same vein, each one as gorgeous as the next. Linvé said that the inspiration for his newest collection comes from the stylistic elements of the Spanish Art Nouveau movement of the late 19th and 20th centuries. You'll find fitted yet flattering silhouettes that enhance the bride's features.
Something else to expect? Details, details, details. Every illusion is adorned with lace appliqués, beading, crystals, and three-dimensional texture that is so intricate and beautiful, you won't even have to worry about wearing jewelry. Necklines range from high necks to V-necks, and there are both sleeveless and long-sleeve options. Similarly, this Fall 2017 bridal collection marks a perfect mix of sexy (exposed leg and illusion bodices) and traditional (ball gowns, A-lines). Really, Livné says it best: "Both traditional and modern brides can look forward to elegant, timeless dresses with romantic lace and unique hand-embroidered floral motifs," the designer said. Enjoy Alon Livné White's Fall 2017 bridal collection.