Amsale Bridal Couture debuts the new Fall Collection of their bridal designs for 2022 at the New York Luxury Bridal Fashion Week 2021 by The Bridal Council X Pullquest. And we love it!
Emotionally pleated tulle and details like capes, trains & vails bring out that ethereal beauty of these modern wedding gowns. Perfect for any contemporary fashionable bride! Every dress was a statement dress on its own!
Celebrating femininity, Amsale reimagined the modern wedding gown, inspired by specific details found in nature. As we are living in a new world of rebirth, where pure creativity, emotion and design come together like a butterfly emerging from the cocoon. Furthermore, the brides are now also rethinking what a wedding looks like in the modern world. Nonetheless, fueled by optimism, the luxury design house unveiled its Fall 2022 collection at the NYLBFW.
See the video for inspiration and mood, when thinking of your wedding!
Our direction this season was to focus on diversification and craft so that each gown represents the vision of a different bride.” Says Chief Creative Officer Sarah Swann. “The collections feature an exciting variety of textures, silhouettes and styles.” This season also represents a homecoming for AMSALE Designer Michael Cho, who returned to the label in March. Cho previously worked closely alongside the brand’s esteemed late founder, Amsale Aberra, for more than eight years.
For Fall 2022, Cho’s imagination was sparked by the hidden world of forest streams. In other words, where life is nurtured and renewed amongst lush mossy banks. Sweeping architectural lines found in the silhouettes are reminiscent of the graceful carvings along the stream bed left by decades of gently flowing water. Branching patterns worked into the embroideries reflect the climbing flora that bloom along mossy pebbles. Furthermore, the lamella of rare aquatic mushroom caps inspired ribbed threadwork embellishments. While butterfly koi transform into romantic trains and skirts of pleated tulle.
In contrast to the romantic natural world, Cho was also influenced by the old world of the Mediterranean region. Where artistic bas relief designs carved from precious stone and sculpted from plaster adorned the architecture. “After more than a year of uncertainty and harsh realities in the wake of the pandemic, I wanted to bring to our brides a hopeful vision of renewed life and reinvigorated romance, like seedlings budding into a new world,” Cho says.
Here are some of our favorites designs from this collection.