Vietnamese designer Phuong My has introduced her latest fashion collection at New York Bridal Fashion Week.
Hosted at the New Mansion in New York amid a cherry blossom background, My hosted the ‘Espoir ‘fashion show.
The collection reflects the reconciliation between tradition and a modern style. My’s range is perfect for those who value classical tastes, but also want the style of something contemporary.
Throughout her designs, a range of handicraft techniques can be seen.
The wedding dresses themselves have been made from a mixture of traditional Japanese fabrics, including tulle, silk, brocade, and cotton silk which serve to create unique patterns on the fabric’s surface.
New York Fashion Week Bridal is organised by the Council of Fashion Designer of America (CFDA) which was originally founded in 1962.
The event regularly attracts the participation of a number of foreign outstanding faces from the fashion industry such as Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier, Oscar de la Renta, Reem Acra, Lela Rose, and Jenny Packham.