There are some designers that have such a signature, such inherent design aesthetics that you would never struggle to pinpoint their creations from a crowd. Elizabeth Fillmore is one such designer.
Her latest collection, as per usual, was a tightly edited group: a nine-look set titled 'Wildflower Gardens'.
Her lofty studio was adorned with the pretty floral arrangements of Polux Fleuriste NYC, while the daintiest of floral crowns by April Rissel adorned her model's heads; all very in keeping with her floral theme.
True to form, the dresses were sublime. Her signature style - effortless, wispy and ethereal - is alive and well.
Starting off with lean, classic silhouettes and working her way onto more flamboyant designs, Elizabeth knows her bride and knows how to show off the best in her.
Last season's watercolour gowns must have done well, too, because they are back this time in the form of a rose garden stain organza gown and a floating skirt of the same fabric worn with a Chantilly lace beaded top.
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