Elizabeth Fillmore began her own fashion house in 1999 after graduating from Parsons School of Design. Based in the fastest city in the world, Elizabeth runs her design studio in Manhattan, New York. It is here she brings beautiful designs to life with her small team of couture seamstresses; hoping to give all her brides the perfect balance of sophistication with a touch of femininity and an air of “bohemian”.
With her upcoming Trunk Show in December, we interviewed Elizabeth to give our brides the chance to get to know her and the inspiration behind her collection.
Mira Zwillinger has been designing dresses and building her brand for over 25 years. Having been stocked at Browns Bride since 2006, we have had the privilege of seeing the Mira Zwillinger name grow in popularity and demand. Joined today by her daughter, Lihi, this mother and daughter design duo are now one of the leading wedding dress designers in the world. With each beautiful collection released once a year for New York Bridal Fashion Week – it’s not hard to see why the demand is so high. This December we welcome Lihi Zwillinger, daughter of Mira, over to our Browns Bride store to showcase their newest collection “Whisper of Blossom”. Read more below to find out more about the brand and the new collection that is hot off the runway.
We could not be more delighted to announce the arrival of our new Lihi Hod Collection that is available to now try at Browns Bride. A diverse collection complete with the most delicate of laces, plunging necklines and willowy silhouettes. Read more below to learn more about this wonderful, couture brand that has come from the heart of Tel Aviv.
In our bridal boutique in the heart of Marylebone bursting with exquisite gowns by a range of prestigious designers, you will find our beautiful collection by Tony Ward. A designer whose roots are enriched with history and experience, who has worked with some of the biggest names in the fashion world – from Karl Lagerfeld at Chloé to Gianfranco at Christian Dior. Read more below and delve into the history of the Ward family atelier – where it all began in the 1950’s and how Tony Ward is continuing his father’s legacy by designing couture gowns for the 21st century woman.