Inbal Dror’s gowns are made for the bride who’d rather be walking the red carpet than a church aisle. The Israeli designer isn’t afraid to veer from tradition, with show-stopping details like plunging necklines, exposed corset boning, and daringly high skirt splits.
Avant garde details for this season include sharp shoulder pads set into a sheer long-sleeved beaded tulle top, and a one-shouldered lace gown with a feather-trimmed slit up to the hip (worn over embroidered tap pants, natch). But it’s not all edgy rebellion. The collection is balanced with a good dose of feminine sweetness: 3D floral collars take the place of necklaces; a softly draped organza bow encircles the waist of