House of Mooshki marks its fifth year in the business with a chic new collection with a quintessential Mooshki flavor. For the 2016 season, the House was inspired by couturiers of the late 50’s and early 60’s like Coco Chanel and Cristobel Balenciaga, who were masters at capturing the elegance of women of the times. Mooshki not only interprets these dreamy silhouettes for the modern day bride, but delivers the levels of service that are associated with a top fashion house:
“Every Mooshki bride has the chance to customise her dress to match not only the theme of the wedding day but also her style and personality. Whether that is changing a neckline, sleeve length or back details. Adding beading or adding pockets, the options are endless.
Our 2016 collection includes many of the Mooshki staples, from flirty tea length dresses to long sumptuous 1950’s ball-gowns and of course our sleek, elegant pencil dresses with show stopping detachable trains.
Because we believe that there is no typical Mooshki bride we create each collection to span age ranges, body shapes and sizes so that there really is something for everyone. Experimenting with fabrics and textures, Duchess and Mikado satins, embellishments and guipure laces in shades of ivory, blush and champagne; our 2016 collection dovetails our classic quirky edge with sophisticated style to create a signature range of dresses that are Mooshki through and through.”
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