If the Brides bride were to choose her ideal wedding dress, what would it be? Stewart Parvin provided the answer for that very question at his latest show.
A Thousand Years, pictured, is actually three separate pieces, each with their own style and sense of purpose, that come together to create a positively perfect look.
There is the satin camisole - cool, hip and relaxed; a voluminous silk faille skirt with a wide waistband - timeless and glamorous, evoking our wildest Grace Kelly dreams; and a delicate Chantilly lace long sleeve jacket - the ultimate cover-up for a classic ceremony.
Parvin's is a very British way of doing things, which is one of the many reasons we love his designs so. He works closely with his clients, providing an intimate space whereby the dress of their dreams organically comes into being.
As always, the Queen's favourite couturier, and the royal dressmaker behind Zara Phillips' wedding gown has got it spot on.
Stewart Parvin; www.stewartparvin.com