The newly released Luna Mae London Spring 2016 Bridal ad campaign is set in a majestic garden where photographer Richard Bernardin emphasizes the intricacies of this delicate collection through images of a feminine yet opulent undertone.
The Bridal Couture collection champions elegance and grace, with beautiful silhouettes crafted from the world’s most exquisite fabrics and proudly handcrafted by seamstresses in England. Hues of soft ivory, dramatic black and sumptuous champagne paint the couture pieces of this collection.
Using the detailed and meticulous eighteenth-century technique of lace appliqué, this collection is comprised of lingerie and signature loungewear pieces such as a robe, chemise and camisole. The intricate lace is flawlessly sewn onto the surface of the satin silk which is then carefully cut away from behind. The sleeves of the gown alone take twenty hours to handsew.
Romantically inspired corsetry is showcased featuring a fully silk lined interior with discrete boning channels to support and sculpt the female form. Embellished with the stunning appliquéd lace, the bustier perfectly showcases the artisanal British craftsmanship and features detachable straps to allow for versatility beneath the most beautiful wedding gowns. Optional signature branded eighteen-carat yellow gold components comprise the finishing touches to this impeccable set. Cascading layers of sumptuous silk caress the body with the ethereal chemise and camisole, which are delicately finished with French seams and tiny rolled hems.