Brides-to-be looking for something a little different for their wedding dress should make a date with Topshop on June 15 to snap up a wedding creation by London Fashion Week designer Richard Nicoll.
The Australian-born, London-based creative has designed seven alternative wedding dresses in his ‘Blushing Brides’ collection.
Prices range from £75 for a white, slip-like silk dress with spaghetti straps and ruffled hem, to £350 for a lace-bodiced maxi gown with a sheer skirt in pink and white – of which only 50 in each colourway will be sold.
“I loved the idea of doing wedding dresses with Topshop because I wanted to offer a younger, cooler alternative to meringue culture, something special, but not precious, like my friends, something they would wear if they were getting married” he said. “These pieces are perfect as party dresses too if you’re not the marrying kind.”
The collection will launch on Topshop.com and in London’s Oxford Circus, Selfridges and Brompton Road stores on June 15, and will in America’s New York, Las Vegas and Chicago stores on July 4.
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