Bridal Fashion Week: Savannah Miller

If you’re getting married next year, now is the perfect time to start looking for a wedding dress. Thursday marked the start of Bridal Fashion Week, which means the industry’s top designers will be showing their newest collections. Make Woman Getting Married your go-to destination throughout the week, as we’ll be highlighting the best new wedding dresses and everything you won’t want to miss.

Savannah Miller’s first collection since the brand’s recently announced partnership with Justin Alexander is here. “I am delighted to be working with Justin Alexander. It’s thrilling for me to be working with such an exceptional product development team and it really does feel from a creative point of view that the sky is the limit,” Miller said. “Justin’s expertise and extensive experience in the bridal world make him a perfect partner for me to take my brand to the next level creating classic, understated elegance for the fashion forward bride.”

Miller debuted the collection — dubbed “Wild Horses,” inspired by the Rolling Stones’ track of the same name — at Bridal Fashion Week.

“I really wanted this collection to capture the ethereal intoxication that is falling in love,” Miller said. “I played with texture and custom embroidery this season to bring that magical quality to the gowns whilst evolving the ’30s-inspired elegance that is synonymous with the brand.”

SEE MORE: Bridal Fashion Week: Hermione De Paula

“Wild Horses” reflects Miller’s love of 1930s elegance through the simplicity of classic silhouettes, delicate layers of tulle and chiffon, and a combination of matte and shine.

Check out part of the collection below.

Elin & Gloria Cape
Eve Jacket & Boase Pants
Inca Cape

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