It’s no secret that Australia is home to many luxury bridal designers. Among them is a design house known for its unwavering sense of modern design and sensuality – Pallas Couture. When it comes to showcasing femininity and highlighting the body’s curves, Pallas Couture isn’t one to pull its punches. Wedding dresses can be customized for a more modest fit, but the ultimate Pallas Couture bride has a beautifully confident air about her, allowing her to effortlessly pull off a creation of daring cuts and a wealth of intricate details. The latest collection, called “MEET ME AT VERSAILLES,” is a gorgeous representation of the Pallas Couture aesthetic; and these campaign images, shot in New York City, are a shining example of how Pallas brides span the world from Australia to the Big Apple and beyond.
One of the showstoppers in the MEET ME AT VERSAILLES collection is the “MARJORELLE” gown, featuring a deep scooped neckline and princess-like train. The cut of the dress is both dramatic, yet almost undone to strike a balance between classic couture and a contemporary vibe. More than anything, the beading stands out as an exquisite detail, almost alluding to the splattered texture of a Jackson Pollock painting. It’s rare to find a bridal ballgown that would be as appropriate for a New York wedding at the Rainbow Room as it would be for a destination wedding in Hawaii; but MARJORELLE is certainly that gown.
Hand-appliqued French lace is a stunning component of the MEET ME AT VERSAILLES lineup of wedding dresses. “PERETTE” is a sleek, streamlined silhouette for brides who prefer wedding gowns with minimal volume but maximum impact. Detached sleeves and a straight, strapless cut offer a throwback to the years of Hollywood glamour, while the most delicate trails of beads and lace make this gown a true Pallas Couture masterpiece.
Finally, for the playful and modern bride who has an affinity for everything luxe, the TOULOUSE dress is a head-turning, backless bridal gown complete with cap sleeves, sumptuous textures, and gorgeous beading. The movement of the skirt is romantic and free-flowing, so brides may swish and sashay their way from the aisle to the dance floor.
“New York City is forever our U.S. home, and the community that we have built with all our beautiful international brides is something we hold dear.” -Pallas Couture