Thursday, September 20, 2012

Natalie Chan's New Bridal Capsule Collection

I was lucky enough to be invited along to the opening of Natalie Chan's new boutique in Parnell a few weeks back. Natalie and her team are so talented making the most gorgeous gowns and accessories, and they have just released a Bridal Capsule Collection and I'm thrilled to be able to share these gorgeous images from Greta of Vela Images with you.

Drawing inspiration from modern styles as well as the classical elements of fashion from the 1920’s through to the 1960’s, the collection is designed with vintage & feminine elements for a selection of riveting yet classic designs. From floor-sweeping hemlines with tulle bustles, to cut-out backs detailed with beautiful crystal studded cotton guipure lace, walk down the aisle wearing a one-off bridal gown or tea-length dress and look radiant from all angles! Natalie uses a selection of textured silks, floral beaded lace & tulle fabrics which are all significant to the variety of design choice in achieving these vintage-inspire, elegant one-off gowns. Furthermore, Natalie offers a boutique collection of bridal headpieces and veils, along with dresses and headpieces for full bridal parties. If you cannot find what you are looking for in her Parnell boutique, have your dream dress designed and custom made from her private Atelier. All Natalie Chan gowns, dresses & millinery are all designed and made in New Zealand. Check out more on her website here.

Couture bridal dress & gowns and millinery | Natalie Chan, Hair & Make Up Artist | Alexandra Clark
Photographer | Greta from Vela Images, Shoes | Trousseau Shoes, Flowers | Cartier For Flowers, Model | Olivia from 62 Models and Talent, Location | The Langham Hotel, Auckland


Aileen@LoveandLavender said...

Ooh la la...they're all GORGEOUS! How fun to have attended her boutique opening! My favorite is the illusion/keyhole back dress, and the bottom left one with the lovely appliques.

Lena at A Crimson Kiss said...

How stunning! That gorgeous textured column and the rough mermaid silhouette had me swooning!

Caroline Goldingham said...

Her shop in Parnell looks amazing every time I walk past.
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