For the Viktor & Rolf Spring 2018 Bridal collection, contemporary design team Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren showcase graphic silhouettes and sharply tailored jumpsuits, adorned with a mix of asymmetrical and architectural accents. Viktor & Rolf are known for their voluminous tulle ball gowns, and they definitely deliver this season. Other standout embellishments include distinctive tiers, micropleats, 3-D flowers and showstopping bows.

Even the most avant-garde ones have a pure, stripped-back quality, exquisite, yet timeless; artful, but not overpowering. A few of Vikot & Rolf’s signatures appear through handmade flowers, often the size of real blooms; layers of pleated tulle, sometimes sliced at an angle; and oversize satin bows.

The collection includes princess-like options with the halter gown covered in soft flowers and the shimmering, four-tiered dress. Shorter dresses are also featured giving the bride the option for the reception.

Brides in the mood for a more minimal look will be introduced to strapless gown with a soft, languid bow and two jumpsuits: one with a single bow at the shoulder, and another with an abbreviated train and rows of tiny bows across the back.

Each piece has its own individual personality and embodies the perfect fusion of playfulness and sophistication.