Runway Report: The Best New Wedding Gowns

Stars and bows and capes, oh my! Check out some of our favorite bridal styles from the fall 2017 and spring 2018 bridal collections in New York City.

With twoolf July 31, 2017 Published in the Summer/Fall 2017 issue of Park City Magazine

Trend: STARS


Designers were seeing stars as celestial-themed gowns emerged on the runways. Get star-struck in local designer Natalie Wynn’s bell-sleeved gown (pictured above), a dreamy dress from the newly launched collection by Savannah Miller (fun fact: her sister is actress Sienna Miller), or an embroidered sheer cape from Alexandra Grecco’s aptly named Stardust collection.

Alexandra Grecco

Savannah Miller

Trend: BOWS


Bows are back and bigger than ever. The feminine accent can be modern as seen at Carolina Herrera, sexy a la Sareh Nouri’s peony-pink gown, or delicate as shown at Julie Vino. Shop Sareh Nouri at Bitsy Bridal.

Julie Vino

Sareh Nouri

Carolina Herrera Bridal

Trend: RETRO


Ensembles inspired by ’60s-era style icons like Audrey, Jackie, and Twiggy made a splash on the runways. Get the look in Anne Barge, Randi Rahm, or Yolan Cris. Shop Anne Barge and Yolan Cris at Alta Moda Bridal Boutique.

Yolan Cris

Randi Rahm

Anne Barge


Trend: CAPES


We can’t all be royalty, but you can at least dress like a princess bride with the season’s slew of capes and capelets. From cropped to sheer to embellished styles, channel your inner royal highness in a design by Peter LangnerGemy Maalouf, or Francesca Miranda.

Peter Langner

Gemy Maalouf

Francesca Miranda


Photos courtesy the designers. Anne Barge, Francesca Miranda, and Peter Langner photos by Dan Lecca. Sarah Nouri photo by Mani Zarrin.