Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

1 of 19 New York native and designer Dennis Basso is a name to know. His prominent industry presence has landed his designs on runways (he’s a favorite at New York Fashion Week), in movies (on the fictional Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada), and on celebrities (like Nicole Kidman, Olivia Palermo, and Mary J. Blige). Believing high-quality garments should be available to all women, he’s also partnered with New York City’s Kleinfeld Bridal Salon (yes, from the beloved Say Yes to the Dress) to bring you an array of sophisticated, accessible wedding dresses. Since 2011, Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s has thrived, offering a wide range of looks in one of the country’s largest and best-known wedding dress and accessory shops. This year’s Fall 2017 bridal collection, like past lines, has something for everyone, including classically feminine looks in the midst of more trendy, statement pieces. And no matter the style, each gown is one of a kind, with structure and accenting that can’t be overlooked. These bold, beautiful designs are dripping with detail, and like the designer himself, are decidedly high-fashion. Click through to see Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s newest wedding dress collection. Photography: FirstView See More Designer Wedding Dresses from Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2017!
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Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

New York native and designer Dennis Basso is a name to know. His prominent industry presence has landed his designs on runways (he’s a favorite at New York Fashion Week), in movies (on the fictional Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada), and on celebrities (like Nicole Kidman, Olivia Palermo, and Mary J. Blige). Believing high-quality garments should be available to all women, he’s also partnered with New York City’s Kleinfeld Bridal Salon (yes, from the beloved Say Yes to the Dress) to bring you an array of sophisticated, accessible wedding dresses. Since 2011, Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s has thrived, offering a wide range of looks in one of the country’s largest and best-known wedding dress and accessory shops. This year’s Fall 2017 bridal collection, like past lines, has something for everyone, including classically feminine looks in the midst of more trendy, statement pieces. And no matter the style, each gown is one of a kind, with structure and accenting that can’t be overlooked. These bold, beautiful designs are dripping with detail, and like the designer himself, are decidedly high-fashion. Click through to see Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s newest wedding dress collection. Photography: FirstView See More Designer Wedding Dresses from Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2017!
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Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

New York native and designer Dennis Basso is a name to know. His prominent industry presence has landed his designs on runways (he’s a favorite at New York Fashion Week), in movies (on the fictional Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada), and on celebrities (like Nicole Kidman, Olivia Palermo, and Mary J. Blige). Believing high-quality garments should be available to all women, he’s also partnered with New York City’s Kleinfeld Bridal Salon (yes, from the beloved Say Yes to the Dress) to bring you an array of sophisticated, accessible wedding dresses. Since 2011, Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s has thrived, offering a wide range of looks in one of the country’s largest and best-known wedding dress and accessory shops. This year’s Fall 2017 bridal collection, like past lines, has something for everyone, including classically feminine looks in the midst of more trendy, statement pieces. And no matter the style, each gown is one of a kind, with structure and accenting that can’t be overlooked. These bold, beautiful designs are dripping with detail, and like the designer himself, are decidedly high-fashion. Click through to see Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s newest wedding dress collection.
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Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

New York native and designer Dennis Basso is a name to know. His prominent industry presence has landed his designs on runways (he’s a favorite at New York Fashion Week), in movies (on the fictional Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada), and on celebrities (like Nicole Kidman, Olivia Palermo, and Mary J. Blige). Believing high-quality garments should be available to all women, he’s also partnered with New York City’s Kleinfeld Bridal Salon (yes, from the beloved Say Yes to the Dress) to bring you an array of sophisticated, accessible wedding dresses. Since 2011, Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s has thrived, offering a wide range of looks in one of the country’s largest and best-known wedding dress and accessory shops. This year’s Fall 2017 bridal collection, like past lines, has something for everyone, including classically feminine looks in the midst of more trendy, statement pieces. And no matter the style, each gown is one of a kind, with structure and accenting that can’t be overlooked. These bold, beautiful designs are dripping with detail, and like the designer himself, are decidedly high-fashion. Click through to see Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld’s newest wedding dress collection. Photography: FirstView
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Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

IsSixWeeksAfterFashionWeek = false By Andrew Shang on October 6, 2016 Share This Article Reddit LinkedIn WhatsApp Email Print Talk View Gallery — 19 Photos Dennis Basso is not the designer for the trend-driven bride. So it’s no surprise his latest offering for Kleinfeld reflected more traditional bridal styles for the modern romantic. Basso was inspired by the idea of an international bride, and there was something for every type of woman — from the sophisticated and refined to the sexy and alluring — all exuding confidence and grace. “She wants to be in fashion, she wants to be alluring. Even a full-figured bride doesn’t want to be conservative,” the designer said backstage before the show. There were ballgowns, mermaid style and column gowns, with crystal and pearl hand-embroidery either all over, on bodices or on tulle. Some of the gowns were clearly bridal, but others, if done in other color schemes could be paparazzi bait. “I always say for the woman around the world, her wedding day is her red-carpet moment,” Basso mused. Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld Bridal Fall 2017 19 Photos Highlights included a slim form-fitting column gown with a dramatic skirt overlay; a Swarovski-encrusted sweetheart bodice with voluminous organza petal skirt, and a duchess satin pleated ballgown with long lace sleeves for the bride looking for a Grace Kelly moment. Brides-to-be will find the sleek, the glamorous as well as more discreet allure in this collection. roadblock = false You're missing something! Activate your FREE PREVIEW now. Share This Article Reddit LinkedIn WhatsApp Email Print Talk load comments
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Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

View Gallery — 19 Photos Dennis Basso is not the designer for the trend-driven bride. So it’s no surprise his latest offering for Kleinfeld reflected more traditional bridal styles for the modern romantic. Basso was inspired by the idea of an international bride, and there was something for every type of woman — from the sophisticated and refined to the sexy and alluring — all exuding confidence and grace. “She wants to be in fashion, she wants to be alluring. Even a full-figured bride doesn’t want to be conservative,” the designer said backstage before the show. There were ballgowns, mermaid style and column gowns, with crystal and pearl hand-embroidery either all over, on bodices or on tulle. Some of the gowns were clearly bridal, but others, if done in other color schemes could be paparazzi bait. “I always say for the woman around the world, her wedding day is her red-carpet moment,” Basso mused. Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld Bridal Fall 2017 19 Photos Highlights included a slim form-fitting column gown with a dramatic skirt overlay; a Swarovski-encrusted sweetheart bodice with voluminous organza petal skirt, and a duchess satin pleated ballgown with long lace sleeves for the bride looking for a Grace Kelly moment. Brides-to-be will find the sleek, the glamorous as well as more discreet allure in this collection. roadblock = false You're missing something! Activate your FREE PREVIEW now. Share This Article Reddit LinkedIn WhatsApp Email Print Talk
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Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

Dennis Basso is not the designer for the trend-driven bride. So it’s no surprise his latest offering for Kleinfeld reflected more traditional bridal styles for the modern romantic. Basso was inspired by the idea of an international bride, and there was something for every type of woman — from the sophisticated and refined to the sexy and alluring — all exuding confidence and grace. “She wants to be in fashion, she wants to be alluring. Even a full-figured bride doesn’t want to be conservative,” the designer said backstage before the show. There were ballgowns, mermaid style and column gowns, with crystal and pearl hand-embroidery either all over, on bodices or on tulle. Some of the gowns were clearly bridal, but others, if done in other color schemes could be paparazzi bait. “I always say for the woman around the world, her wedding day is her red-carpet moment,” Basso mused. Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld Bridal Fall 2017 19 Photos Highlights included a slim form-fitting column gown with a dramatic skirt overlay; a Swarovski-encrusted sweetheart bodice with voluminous organza petal skirt, and a duchess satin pleated ballgown with long lace sleeves for the bride looking for a Grace Kelly moment. Brides-to-be will find the sleek, the glamorous as well as more discreet allure in this collection.
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Dennis Basso Wedding Dresses

There were ballgowns, mermaid style and column gowns, with crystal and pearl hand-embroidery either all over, on bodices or on tulle. Some of the gowns were clearly bridal, but others, if done in other color schemes could be paparazzi bait. “I always say for the woman around the world, her wedding day is her red-carpet moment,” Basso mused.

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