Known for transforming every fibre of fabric into something quintessentially feminine, Roland Mouret's designs are loved by many celebrities including the effortlessly elegant Kate Middleton, Victoria Beckham and Kim Kardashian to name just a few.
Now, the famous French designer has brought his ready-to-wear designs to the bridal world.
Debuting The White Collection exclusively on the high-end fashion site, Net-a-Porter, the Parisian trained designer's flawless combination of geometric structure and flowing silks offers the breathtaking result desired by every bride.
A selection of just five figure-skimming wedding dresses, Roland's opening bridal line brings wedding day wear to the forefront of fashion.
From midi-length pencil skirts, structured shoulders and backless cuts to sophisticated sharp-cut necklines there's a style and shape to suit every type of woman.
And for the colour scheme, a more traditional ivory and cream is embraced to bring out exquisite texture of the wool and silk crepe cuts which are each inspired by the designer's signature silhouettes.
The designer said he wanted to make bridal dresses that were “a little bit sexier” than traditional designs, and was inspired to create “something that is about you and your partner, a one-to-one private relationship with the dress - not just something to please friends and family”.
This really is as personalised as you can get without opting for couture – each dress even comes exquisitely wrapped and packaged with a message from Roland himself.
Victoria was one of the first celebrities to sport the designer's geometric designs – his now legendary Moon dress sold out within days at Harvey Nichols – and even went under a joint venture with Roland to create a limited line of Little Black Dresses.
We predict that Roland's white wedding designs will be just as popular amongst fashionistas awaiting the walk up the aisle.