While it may be a new name for you now, you’re going to want to become familiar with Sabrina Dahan. The designer spent years working for Monique Lhuillier, and is now branching out with her own collection of bridal gowns inspired by the City of Love itself, Paris! Dahan will be a bride herself in the upcoming year, and we absolutely can’t wait to see what she designs for herself.
About the collection: Designed to whisk the bride away to a summer in Paris full of love, beauty and romance reminiscent of the time she met her true love… Sabrina Dahan’s debut collection brings to life the Black and White storyline sketched while roaming the magical city admiring floral textures, Parisian ornate architecture and three dimensional wall carvings of vines. The inspiration taken from new love and the excitement of the unknown creates a season of whimsically patterned floral and vine appliques intricately placed over understated organza, mimicking the vines creeping up French walls. Sabrina interprets the iron lattice of the Eiffel Tower into fine cross-hatch detail on a flowing ball gown. Semi-sheer layers of tulle gracefully abundant in skirts emulate the juxtaposition of elegance and fun one has when gallivanting around the streets of Paris, in love! The sparkle of the Eiffel Tower shining over the Seine at night is shown in bursts of detail on sleeves and ornate detail with blossoming flowers. Sabrina Dahan’s couture shapes and fabrications are exciting, romantic, and effortless, mirroring the experience from when she first fell in love. This collection is meant for the bride who wants to join the ultimate love story.