The Luxury Bridal Show, London
Les Trois Soeurs Bridal worked in collaboration with Condé Nast Brides magazine and Canary Wharf London, hosted The Luxury Bridal Show this May, featuring several top London and international bridalwear designers in three catwalk performances, including
Les Trois Soeurs Bridal worked in collaboration with Condé Nast Brides magazine and Canary Wharf London, hosted The Luxury Bridal Show this May, featuring several top London and international bridalwear designers in three catwalk performances, including the dazzling premiere of Hayley Paige’s new collection, which featured with New York Bridal Fashion Week. Guests, and VIP’s including Professor Jimmy Choo OBE and Lady Lingfield arrived at Canary Wharf’s East Wintergarden to a Ruinart Champagne reception with canapés by Ampersand, one of Buckingham Palace’s preferred caterers.
Following this, the perusal of the jewellery displays by Tiffany & Co., to groom style inspiration from Savile Row’s Henry Poole & Co, as well as sample bridal scents from Penhaligon’s and source honeymoon ideas from Tamara Heber-Percy, co-founder of Mr & Mrs Smith. Whereas Bobbi Brown and Michael Van Clarke were on hand to offer make-up and hair tutorials.
Guest flew in from around the world to attend including those from Qatar, USA, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Ireland for a spectacular night to remember. With over 60 catwalk looks from acclaimed Les Trois Soeurs Bridal designers graced the runway accessorized by Tiffany & Co. Jewellery, with hair and makeup by Bobbi Brown and Michael Van Clarke.
Catwalk shows featured Amanda Wakeley, Anna Kara, Caroline Castigliano, to Daalarna Couture, David Fielden, as well as Hayley Paige, Lazaro, Philip Treacy, and Temperley London to name a few!
Saville Row tailors Henry Poole and Co. showcased their latest menswear; Mr and Mrs Smith founder Tamara Heber-Percey spoke about honeymoon inspiration; Cliveden House presented their unique heritage venue and Penhaligon’s scented the show with their Quercus scent. Maison De Fleurs did all flowers on the day including the amazing floral chandelier and striking red and pink flower wall.
All ticket sales, and funds raised went to the World Vision charity to support their mission to re-educate against forced and early marriages, a cause close to Les Trois Soeurs Bridal’s heart. Lady Louisa Collings was there on the night to speak about this as an ambassador for World Vision.