Michelle Roth’s 2014 collection is dedicated to the modern bride. With a nod the the dramatic spirit of the opera (Roth was trained as a classic opera singer), this collection features sophisticated gowns with pretty, feminine details that promise “not to overwhelm, only enhance”. Michelle Roth’s signature style of adornment without excess ensures a collection that infuses chic, casual elegance with a masterfully calculated sense of glamour and drama. Romantic and timeless.
The Michelle Roth 2014 bridal campaign, photographed by Fiorenzo Borghi, tells the story of a bride searching for the wedding dress of her dreams. See if you are able to find your dream dress in one of these gorgeous gowns! Above and below, Rosalind, lace column long sleeve gown with bateau neckline.
Rowena ball gown with halter straps. The translucent lace layer gives this gown an ethereal feel.
Ryan strapless fitted A-line gown. This gown features horizontal seaming using lustrous satin panels.
Reina one-shoulder gazar gown with Swarovski crystal adorned strap.
Regina paneled Chantilly and organza toasted toffee 1950s style strapless ball gown with sash in matte satin.
Rosa side paneled contoured encrusted lace on gazar trumpet gown with open diamond cut back.
Raevynn V-neck sleeveless lace gown. Love the bit of shimmer along the hemline!
Above and below, Raya pintucked organza bias cut ribbon ball gown.
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