2008 April 15
Angel Sanchez - Bridal Fall 2008
(NEW YORK) Angel Sanchez knows what works for brides. This season the designer introduced new silhouettes while incorporating the classic shapes brides continue to swoon over. His ability to achieve graceful fluid movement makes his pieces a top choice. For fall, Sanchez presented the ideal choices for traditional brides, City Hall-bound women, and those longing for a barefoot destination wedding. With cascading ruffles and flawless construction, Sanchez’s silk gabardine A-line gown with a pleated neckline was both simple and extravagant. Interesting detail came in the form of hand cut tulle embroidery which adorned the draped skirt of an ivory tulle strapless gown. A silk organza pleated cocktail dress over a nude lining was tastefully sexy for the modern bride with sass and class.
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