Luxury bridal designer Isabelle Armstrong presents their Fall 2015 collection during New York Bridal Week, October 10th 2014. As a tribute to the eternally fabulous Grace Kelly, this collection showcases an array of timeless designs, beautifully draped silks, delicate laces and textured fabrics. Each design speaks to the splendor, passion and grace that define her enduring and distinguished persona.

 This collection came to life during a visit to the majestic Hotel Metropole of Monte Carlo, a place where over casual conversation, one can conceptualize a princess, such as our favorite fashion icon, Grace Kelly, hosting a large gala attended by impeccably dressed men and women. “We envisioned Princess Grace captivating an audience of admiring guests while wearing a spectacular gown of waterfall pleats with whispers of tulle flowing down her back,” says Isabelle Armstrong President, Tara Nattini Fiore. “We are fascinated by the image of what she could have worn while maneuvering a crowd in such a regal setting.”  This image became inspiration for the collection – Pleats cascading down the curve of her elegant shape, sheer flowing trains of lace or skirts that blossomed from her waist.

 The Fall 2015 collection features thirty-two gown styles in lightweight fabrics including French laces, Spanish creponne, Italian silks, tulle, shantung, and organza. Ball gowns, trumpet, simple sheaths, modified A-lines and fit and flare silhouettes will all be represented in this new gorgeous collection. Intricate details such as layered embroideries and hidden laces blend together, creating seamless texture and beauty within each of the gowns.

Just over a year old, Isabelle Armstrong is making waves on the bridal scene with plans to soon launch an eveningwear collection. The bridal collection, retailing for $4,000- 12,000, is sold at Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue.

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