The 2016 collection from Alan Hannah
sees a more fluid approach to bridal gowns: keeping the form and
structure we've come to love the designer for, but with a lighter
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'Watercolours' - the name of the new collection - was inspired
by the designer's daughter's light touch approach experimenting
with watercolours whilst working on her A-level art exam.
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'I have used lots of silk chiffon and soft silk satins to
emulate "water" with its movement, its waves on the ocean and its
shimmering colours which are transported and subtly changed by the
reflections of the light,' says Marguerite Hannah, the designer
behind Alan Hannah's gowns.
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There's a worldly element to the collection, too, with the
hand-painted effect on ' Peony', designed by a Spanish artist, or Indian-inspired
beading on ' Astor'.
But our favourite? We love the heavy beading on ' Garland': talk about a showstopping back!
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