A Lhuillier show, perhaps more than any other, is one where show-goers are transported into a parallel universe of bridal bliss.
For one, there is no pushing and shoving as soon as we reach her HQ - this is a world of refined elegance and decorum; a real treat to visit.
A real-life ballerina is there to greet us, pirouetting, posing and generally bringing life to Monique's latest inspiration: the jewellery box.
Colours centred around chalky pastels - think mint, lavender, primrose and blush - and morphed into grandiose embellishments.
The gowns are effortless and dreamy, ultra-feminine and subtly glamorous in a way that only Monique can fathom.
There were only twelve looks, but each was lovelier and more precious than the last. Our favourite of all: the finale lavender gown with its floral embellished tulle, illusion neckline, natural waist and ball gown skirt. The pistachio mint number (oh, those handkerchief skirts do make us swoon!) was utterly stunning, too.
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