Bride’sHead Revisited has just debuted their Fall 2013 collection. The highlights include three stunning veils inspired by fashion plates of Austrian designer Max Snischek during the 1920’s, and a photo of the designer’s grandparents on their wedding day from 1934.
"I have always been inspired by fashion history and the exquisite techniques of haute couture. From the sleek styles of the late 1950’s/60’s portrayed in Mad Men to the decorative elegance on display in The Great Gatsby, these disparate styles are having a major moment in fashion right now. We can definitely expect to see a strong 20's and 30's influence within the bridal world for fall and winter,” says Emily.
Florence Veil: Waltz length dropped veil with chantilly lace edge
Bella Veil: Chapel length veil of chantilly lace, tulle, and silk ribbon
Maisie Veil: Caged veil of antique blue netting
About Bride’s Head Revisited: Over the past ten years, Bride’s Head Revisited designs have earned a reputation for fine quality and craftsmanship over their years. To create their unique synthesis of classic style and a fresh, modern look, designer Emily Martin combines a love of contemporary design with her background in art and costume history at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, New York.
Bride’s Head Revisited will happily customize any length or style, and all of their veils can be accented with lace, crystals, ribbon, or a custom trim that complements your gown. Every veil is hand sewn and beautifully finished using the finest quality fabrics and trims including Swarovski crystals, silk ribbon and hand-appliquéd lace. One thing that remains constant in all of their designs is the quality and care that they devote to each piece.
D.C. brides can find these lovely veils at Hitched!