Sydney & London designer Sarah Janks has unveiled her beautiful 2013 collection! Featuring brand new fabrics- Italian coated laces, Italian shot taffeta, embroidered laces and accents of beaded lace and georgette roses.
Sarah was heavily influence by the 1950s with this collection. Keeping the softness, but structure that so a lot of of the gowns in the fifties embodied, I really like Sarah’s gorgeous sleeves and the way the gowns drape- practically as if they’re floating.
With this collection Sarah has introduced the “Something borrowed” by designing a stunning range of veils, belts, wraps and shrugs which can be passed down from grandmother to grand daughter, mother to daughter, as opposed to a wedding dress which is usually a tiny harder to pass by way of the generations.
Images by Sarah Janks
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