He’s famed for his curve-hugging, form-flattering designs, and now brides-to-be can wear Roland Mouret’s exquisite designs on their big day.
Sold exclusively online at Net-A-Porter, The White Collection is Mouret’s very first bridal line, and consists of five individual styles in white and cream, each an evolution of his established signature silhouettes.
Each will come exquisitely wrapped, and packaged with a message from Roland himself. The styles are hugely varied to cater to every type of bride, from the modern Maestro – a one-shoulder double wool crepe cocktail dress, to the simple Jansen, a cap-sleeved, stretch crepe gown with a fishtail hem, and the Hexam, a girly, romantic floral lace open back dress.
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”.
Take a look at the collection below, and let us know what you think – would you want a Roland Mouret dress for your wedding day? Tweet us @Stylistmagazine.
Left: Maestro Double Wool Crepe Cocktail Dress - £1,600; Right: Compeyson Jersey Gown - £1,745
Left: Breton Silk Matelassé Gown - £3,800; Right: Jansen Stretch Double Crepe Gown - £2,100
Hexam Floral Lace & Stretch Double Crepe Gown - £4,100
All dresses are available from net-a-porter.com now.