“Clouds of tulle, silk satin organza and signature Chantilly lace infused with delicate embroidery and intricate beading create a dreamy, alluring vision”, wrote Monique Lhuillier about her spring 2015 bridal collection which is wonderfully feminine and romantic. She transported us back to 19th century and paintings of critically acclaimed artist John Singer Sargent who was famous for his full length portraits of beautiful women. It isn’t surprising that Monique Lhuillier was strongly influenced by John Singer Sargent’s portraits and in the sea of traditional silk white and ivory which are prevalent colours in her latest bridal collection.
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