A youthful fascination with couture led bridal designer Catherine Langlois to the Ryerson fashion program and a final collection consisting of bridal gowns and flower girl dresses. Having launched her own bridal line in 1998, Langlois brings a completely modern grace to a broad range of glamorous styles, such as a 50s-inspired strapless gown with sparkling hand-appliqued beading, or a languid, bias-cut stunner in platinum blue silk satin worthy of a flapper era fashionista. Voted one of the Top Ten Wedding Designers in Toronto by blogto.com. @LangloisBrides
Catherine Langlois romances four vast layers of velvety Cashmere BT to create the voluminous skirt of her elegant bridal ball gown. The fitted bodice, all hand-pleated propriety in the front, becomes a sexy sensation in the back, where hand-cut 3D flowers and hand-threaded Swarovski crystals embellish sheer nude mesh. Floating Veil by David Dunkley.
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