FASHION | GALIA LAHAV LAUNCHES THE NEW GALA COLLECTION NO. V

As Spring approaches, an exciting season is on the rise for Galia Lahav, as the ever-popular bridal couture label launches its newest fusion line – GALA Collection No. V, which features all the stunning details, curve-hugging silhouettes, and dramatic cuts brides around the world have come to love.


This collection is one near and dear to the designers’ hearts, as it represents the music and tones of marriage and the bride. With the latest fashion campaign being shot on the dreamy island of Lanzarote, these gowns were made to inspire brides to journey into the movement, soul, and flow of walking down the aisle, their first dance, and falling in love all over again.


The vision for the GALA Collection No. V stems from Galia Lahav setting out to explore the intangible elements of the five senses. As that vision materialized, the lineup of wedding dresses took on their own rhythm, challenging the designers to bring a visual representation of adagios, crescendos, and a symphony of sounds to life.


“A woman’s soundtrack says as much about her style as her signature scent,” says the Galia Lahav team. “GALA’s latest looks aim to appease any bride looking to walk, strut, and dance to her own unique beat. The collection combines an ease and flow to allow for expressive movement with high quality and a fashion-forward bend, inspired by music’s many genres and icons.”


Alluding to the various sounds and genres of music in the world, the GALA No. V collection boasts an array of wedding dresses to suit a variety of tastes and styles; yet they all maintain the signature romance, femininity, and seductive edge of the Galia Lahav brand. Plunging backs and necklines, single-shoulder ballgowns with billowing fabric, off-shoulder dresses with intricate appliques, and ethereal draping – walk down the aisle to the beat of your own drum wearing the dress that encompasses your style to perfection.


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