Temperley expands bridal line
Temperley London has expanded its bridal line into a full collection.
The fashion house will create two sets of wedding designs every year, beginning with the Ophelia 2012 range.
The collection will launch in April at the label’s own bridal stores in London, Dubai and Los Angeles and other selected wedding boutiques.
Online retailers Net-A-Porter and Shopbop.com will also stock the designs.
“The 20-piece collection comprises both entirely new designs and dresses inspired by past Temperley creations. The collection is priced from $3,370 for the Chloe gown in draped satin through to $10,000 for the Crystal Amara dress, a tulle dress with crystal flower appliqués,” US publication WWD reports.
Accessories like bejewelled tiaras, bolero shrugs and veils are also available. The launch of the new collection will be the first time Temperley’s bridal designs will be available in wholesale.
In addition, the fashion house will bring a selection of their classic wedding dresses to the market each season. The Ophelia 2012 range will be debuted at New York International Bridal Week in April.
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