The knot couture bridal market
This past weekend I was invited to the couture show hosted by the knot and I felt so honored to be there.
This year’s show took place in 2 different locations. I first arrived to the Metropolitan pavilion where is was one floor packed with amazing designers from Rosa Clará to Randy. The gowns were so amazing and some of the booths had the most amazing displays. My favorite stop at this location had to be Rosa Clará. Once I checked into their booth a rep took me and my assistant around explaining to us all of the history about the brand and had the models come out in the most gorgeous dresses for us to see the movement of the gowns. He also explained to us about the fabrics of the gowns that we loved. It was an amazing experience and I can’t wait to meet up with them again! -Not to mention the champagne rose gummies they handed out were a fun touch.
After the pavilion we head downtown to the second location. This location was much bigger it had 4 floors of everything bridal from gowns to bridesmaid dresses and stunning jewelry nothing was left out.
My first stop at this location was Thomas Knoell Designs. If you guys have been following me for a while now, then you know my relationship with the brand. Thomas made my bridal jewelry and ever since then I’ve collaborated with them, but I never had a chance to meet them until this weekend! I had such a good time at their booth it was amazing and all their new pieces are perfection. Stay tuned for an AMAZING holiday collaboration coming up soon!
Another designer that I was able to meet was Jaclyn Jordan. This stop was also one of my favorites not only was the team so sweet (including Jaclyn), but they sat me down and let me and my assistants pick out what gowns we wanted to see on the models. Below are a few of the beautiful designs she has coming out. I’m in love with the blueish gray and peach hues she is incorporating in her designs everything is so romantic and had a beautiful southern charm.
A few more photos because who doesn’t love seeing these gowns?!
See my look in motion here on the glance app.