White gallery open this week for a three days exhibition, from 14th to 16th May it take place at Battersea Evolution.
Leading names in bridalwear will reveal their 2018 collections at the UK’s premium bridal trade show.
The designer line-up for this year includes talent designers as well under the same roof with the top international ones, more than 95 exclusively high-end brands show their 2018 preview collection to the buyers.
This is when the leading bridal designers, brands, manufacturers and retailers from all over the world will meet to preview the upcoming collections, receive valuable business advice and expand their network of contacts.
Buyers and press will attend the show for a glimpse of what’s to come, from the most renowned names in the business and the emerging talents on the brink of breaking into the big time.
The long sleeves’s trend has never truly gone out since Kate Middleton took to the aisle in a long-sleeve dresses.
For 2018 however, sleeves take on a new meaning with intricate detailing, feminine shapes, bell cuffs and three-quarter cuts. Gemy Maalouf, Savannah Miller, Raishma and Saiid Kobeisy incorporate a fresh take on sleeves into their collections, offering brides seemingly endless options.
For a modern-day bride Karen Willis Holmes, Alan Hannah, Charlotte Balbier and Lusan Mandongus create dresses with a lowered neckline that remains utterly wearable and effortless.
Raishma, Adam Zohar, Savin and Brain Chen are just a few of the designers at White Gallery London to offer textured gowns,
from floral 3-D applique to layered lace, and hand-finished embroidery with crystals, pearls and beading.
Spotlights on neck details for the 2018 gowns.
To reinventing the fairytale dress instead Savin, Lusan Mandongus, Anne Barge and Jesus Peiro all include tulle in their debut collections.
To attend at the next edition of White Gallery in May 2017 visit the press page to apply for your pass – http://www.eventdata.co.uk/Forms/Default.aspx?FormRef=Whi57Press