Bridal Fashion Week Is Here!

Prepare yourself for the absolute best in bridal fashion from April 14 to 19! Follow our runway coverage for a front-row seat to this season’s hottest looks.
by maggie seaver
Allure Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2016
photo by Kurt Wilberding

Get ready—it's Bridal Fashion Week in New York City! From April 14 to 19, top designers (think: Maggie Sottero, Allure Bridals, Watters and Kelly Faetanini) will bring their A game to the runway and The Knot Couture Show (April 16 to 18) to reveal their latest collections. A few of the many designers to watch out for:

Allure Bridals has stunning gowns for any bride looking for that perfect fit. Last season's pieces offered classic mermaid and A-line silhouettes in pretty hues like soft champagne and blush, embellished with romantic touches. This season's line is a definite don't-miss!

Maggie Sottero always brings effortless glam to the runway. We can't get enough of her formfitting trumpet silhouettes, airy tulle ball gowns and intricately beaded bodices that fuse elegance with a hint of glam.

In vogue brides, keep an eye out for trendsetters like Ines Di Santo. The designer offered fashion-forward looks last season including detachable skirts with lace illusion leggings, asymmetrical ball gowns and twinkling 3-D florals.

And let's not forget the ever-daring and playful Hayley Paige, whose whimsical and innovative vision transforms the runway into a full-on bridal fashion wonderland every season.

Whether your style is edgy, glam or somewhere in between, you'll find all the inspiration you need from this season's hottest looks!

Follow us all week on TheKnot.com/frontrow for up-to-the-minute coverage of Bridal Fashion Week, wedding dress advice and more, and shop last season's looks now in your area here.

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