Inspired by the Art Nouveau illustrations of Danish illustrator Kay Rasmus Nielsen, THEIA's Don O'Neill presented a collection full of whimsy, with a dash of Belle Époque detailing.
The influence of the illustrator, who created dream-like scenes for books including Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Anderson, Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories by the Brothers Grimm, is tangible throughout the collection.
The THEIA bride is a drawing come to life from the illustrated pages; she wears delicate floral prints and light-as-air transparent embroidery with an air of the otherworldly.
If you're dreaming of a woodland wedding, you'll adore the fantastical cobweb-lace gown which looks as though it was spun by spiders, and the silk organza crop top and ball gown skirt ensemble adorned with butterflies. The bride-to-be with a love of all things modern, meanwhile, will find the balance of old and new in the stunning Anya corset over a georgette ball skirt, created with 3D technology.
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