Bridal Designer Olia Zavozina debuted her latest collection at New York Bridal Fashion Week.
This season she partnered up with accessories designer Ariel Jennifer Taub to create a stunning presentation.
Russian born Nashville based bridal designer OLIA ZAVOZINA made waves on the catwalk with her classic, sophisticated silhouettes, luxurious fabrics, and custom designs this season.
Having dressed celebrities such as Hayden Panettiere and Shawn Johnson amont others, Olia’s gowns feature beautifully structured clean lines for comfort and ease with luxurious delicate fabrics.
Olia offers a unique one-of-a-kind experience that allows brides to select their own neckline, silhouette, fabrics, and embellishment!
The stunning collections and ideas behind the custom designs are that “Every woman should feel their best self on their wedding day”- picking and choosing what works best for each bride is the only way to truly ensure a beautiful, satisfied and elated bride.
ARIEL TAUB, designer and founder of ARIEL JENNIFER TAUB, showcased her 2019 collection, “Modern Romance” this season at the London Hotel’s famed Atrium Suite with it’s infamous views of downtown Manhattan, during New York Bridal Fashion Week.
With the backdrop of the Manhattan skyline looming ever present, Ariel featured her signature style of elegant and unique bridal veils, headpieces, sashes, jewelry and other accessories, this seasons collection truly astonished the crowd!
Taking cue from reflections of the past, the beading, fringe, French lace and the radiant sparkle of Swarovski crystals (even more aglow with the sunlight shining directly through the exposed glass ceiling) took the audience on a nostalgic romantic journey down the aisle. Each piece handcrafted in the designers Michigan based studio, her collection offered a wide array of styles from vintage and classic to chic and modern.
Her meticulous eye for detail didn’t go unnoticed either as the murmur of “ohhh’s and ahhh’s” could be heard among the crowd as the guests eyes stumbled upon each piece.