Where do you start…?
I am trying to say this with the right blend of giddy and level-headedness.
With an exclusive preview yesterday on Tigerlily, I was totally thrilled to receive this a rare first glimpse of Elizabeth Stuart’s 2014 White Label Collection, which currently has only been shared and featured by one leading bridal title.
You may remember we recently featured this celebrated designer after her triumphant runway show at The White Gallery where she presented her new collection. Love Scarlett delved a little deeper and got a rare insight into Elizabeth the designer, her creation process and how these exquisite gowns are meticulously crafted.
It was so fascinating to meet a designer who is completely absorbed by all the elements of the creation of a gown, but who also does it with such passion and integrity – so you can see why we are huge fans of Elizabeth’s work.
We know you can’t wait to feast your eyes upon these glorious gowns, so without further delay – here they are!
Satin bodice with a soft silk tulle overlay and twisted cap sleeves. Silk faille peg skirt with accentuated pockets
Satin backed crepe loose A-line gown with hand corded lace cap sleeves
Silk crepe gown with a silk georgette overlay and Grecian split cap sleeves
French Chantilly lace bodice with delicate cap sleeves and a satin faced organza skirt
Silk crepe sheath gown with feminine cap sleeves and lace back detailing with lace
French Alencon lace tea length gown with accentuated peg skirt pockets
Silk crepe backed satin gown with a column skirt and French Alencon lace bodice featuring a silk tulle overlay
Delicate Chantilly lace bodice with silk covered buttons and a flowing 1930’s style silk jersey skirt
Silk crepe backed satin sheath gown with French Alencon lace back detailing
Dresses Elizabeth Stuart Bridal
Photography Richard Tatham
Hair Paul Carrington- Anderson at Envy Signature
Make up Claire Shipman
Words By Penelope Cullen Tigerlily