Matthew Christopher Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

Matthew Christopher always knows how to mix modern with classic, and this collection was no different. The designer created gowns with traditional shapes and cuts, but used details (check out the gorgeous beading and embroidery) that add major drama.

 

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Photos by Kurt Wilberding

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  • 04/13/14 at 06:16

    I adore him! We had the pleasure of meeting him at last years NY Bridal Fashion Week and saw a preview of his line then. Love this one just as much!

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