Incredible bridal and evening couture empire, Galia Lahav, has released her newest breathtaking collection, Victorian Affinity. The Victorian Affinity collection is inspired by Galia Lahav’s Victorian Affair evening couture collection. The Victorian time period was characterized by changes and innovations, such as the Industrial Revolution. The atmosphere during this time was recognized with optimism. Galia Lahav’s Victorian Affair collection is full of romance and admiration to the feminine body. Galia Lahav dedicates this collection toe Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix, a designer who challenged the victorian style, and changed how we perceive femininity. “A bridal gown should be treated and fitted with love and care, as carried on a bride in her wedding day, and so we bring you our perception of it. Our Victorian affinity.”
The Victorian Affinity collection features gowns designed with delicate textured laces, careful attention to details and an atmosphere of “sheerness against substantial elements of lace.” The Victorian elements are unique and gorgeous, like high collars that draw the eyes to the collar bones, and dramatic Victorian capes and sleeves. In this special collection we put great emphasis on games of volume in one garment, creating a chimeric silhouettes and endless trains. The color palette is of porcelain ivory, dusted silver, washed pinks, smoky blush and cream that completes the touch of this collection.” – Galia Lahav
Galia Lahav’s gowns are all extravagant and intricate with exquisite, unique detailing for the lavish bride who wants to make a statement. Her fashion-forward gowns are completely iconic and the Victorian Affinity collection is no exception to Galia Lahav’s signature style. Galia Lahav can be found throughout North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, and Asia. Click here to find a Galia Lahav location and begin trying on breathtaking wedding gowns of your dreams.
Designers | Galia Lahav and Sharon Sever
Photography | Eyal Nevo
Styling | Haya Vider
Hair and Makeup Artistry | Shay Shaz
Model | Liliya Krishtal