Filled with short descriptions of a variety of vintage wedding gowns and filled with photos. This will inspire your bridal gown for your very special day, or just entertain the eyes of those of us who enjoy looking at gorgeous photos of brides that look as if they stepped out of the silverscreen.
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Steven Klein for Vogue Italia (September 2007). Dior Haute Couture
Marchesa Casati Once quoted saying, “I want to be a living work of art,” Luisa, Marquise Casati Stampa di Soncino was an Italian heiress in early 20th century Europe. Known as the first female dandy, she was muse to and patronized some of the biggest artists of her time. Even now her outrageous and flamboyant style still manages to inspire designers to this day, including Lagerfeld, Tom Ford and John Galliano.
This fantastical Dior concoction was inspired by Marchesa Lusia Casati, the wildly eccentric fashion icon. It's not too far off to think of her as the Lady Gaga of her day (one of her party costumes was apparently white feathers with streaks of blood, nothing else). This gown is so Marie Antoinette meets Bram Stoker, and it inspired one of my necklaces.