Russian-born designer Galia Lahav transformed her youthful passion for sewing and designing into a leading worldwide fashion brand.
Through her delicate embroidery, dramatic dress trains, and fine beaded fabric details, Galia, influenced by her history as an artist, embues each wedding dress design with art characteristics from all mediums.
Here is the Spring 2015 La Dolce Vita Bridal Collection by Galia Lahav, from Belle The Magazine:
As many of you fashion lovers know, Spring 2014 Bridal Market was in full swing last weekend. During this event, one of my favorite designers, Galia Lahav unveiled her Spring 2015 Couture Bridal Collection called La Dolce Vita and it featured some seriously swoon-worthy dresses that I can’t wait to share with you.
La Dolce Vita collection evokes themes from a love story, which takes place on the Amalfi Coast of Italy. The collection incorporates intricate iridescent beadwork infused with vintage sun-kised lace – creating a unique mix of old world romance and modern day silhouettes.
Galia adorns her enchanted brides in sheer chiffon fabrics, vintage crochet lace and heavy stretched silk – all constructed into unique shapes that perfectly plunge and hug every curve at just the right place and in just the right way. Elaborate hand-embroidery, non-traditional necklines and elegantly revealing back detail Galia’s works of art, revealing a truly inspirational new era for the modern bride.
Please contact Galia Lahav for authorize retailers and pricing information.
How amazing are the backs of theses dresses? They are definatly not for the shy bride, but rather perfect for fashion-forward brides-to-be wanting to make a dramatic entrance – and exit!
See More Of Galia Lahav’s Gorgeous Bridal Collections:
Wedding Dresses: Galia Lahav / Stylist: Alisha Crutchfield for StyleWise / Stylist Assistant: Joana Chavez /Casting: Gabriel Rey Inc / Hair: Design Essentials Salon System / Lead Hairstylist: Michelle Swiney /Make Up: per-fékt beauty by Richard Anderson / Lead Make Up Artist: Suzana Hailli / Production And Public Relations: Seventh House / Hair Accessories: Pin Ups by Anthony Maxwell and David Von Kittleberger / Nails: Patricia Yankee Nail Lacquer / Shoes: Chinese Laundry, John Ashford and Stylist Owned / Photography: Billy Farrell Agency