Luxury bridal looks from Krikor Jabotian

Lebanese designer, who worked at Elie Saab’s creative department, unveils latest untraditional range
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If you haven’t heard of Krikor Jabotian, you’re not keeping up with the best in fashion, especially bridal fashion. Having worked at Elie Saab’s creative department, Jabotian set up his own atelier for ladies’ fashion and couture when he was just 23 years old. Today, he specialises in traditional and untraditional luxury bridal designs. So as wedding season approaches, we take a look at the creator’s top recent looks:
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Jabotian goes unconventional with this bridal, 3D dress from his FW14/15 collection. It might not be for the traditional bride, but you can’t deny that it is plain beautiful.
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If you’re not afraid of ditching the common white gown, this is one piece we highly recommend.
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Do you see what we see? An angel bride – it is pure genius.
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If you don’t see it, the back of this white gown from the designer’s FW14/15 collection resembles two large wings. We don’t know about you, but we’d love to look angelic on our wedding.
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Jabotian’s latest collection, SS15, entails this plush pink gown that, in our opinion, is fit for a queen. You might not have noticed, but every inch of this dress is embellished with stones of some sort.
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It’s mesmerising at the least – that’s a fact, because countless weeks and specific skill is needed to pull off a fully embellished gown and still have it look so classy and high-end.
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Also from the designer’s SS15 collection is this backless embroidered frock. Doesn’t it remind you of a character from an old Roman movie?
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While the frock’s back is open, it’s quite conservative from the front.
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A traditional white number from Jabotian’s FW14/15 collection, this dress almost looks like it is one single piece of fabric wrapped around the model.
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And then tied in a ribbon at the back. We love ourselves a dramatic back and off the shoulder sleeve.
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This SS15 dress is not one of our favourites, but that’s just because we’re not big fans of this particular shape. However, we can’t deny that it’s a luxurious bridal option.
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For one, it’s also embellished from top to bottom. The long tail at the back also provides a regal sense to the design. We could definitely see this on a royal bride.
Wed 25 Nov 2015 12:48 PM GST