Cheng was married in New York in an amazing loft apartment. Her dress was a 1940’s inspired panelled silk satin, with bespoke metallic beaded embroidery, based around a peony theme which held particular significance for Cheng.
One of her requests was to be able to dance the Lindy Hop in her dress - and so Sarah designed the skirt with multiple overlapping silk 'petals' with high splits - perfect for dancing in!
Clemmie came to Sarah Treble with an Edwardian wedding dress which had been in her family for generations.
Sarah was delighted to reimagine and design it into a contemporary and beautiful wedding dress. A truly unique and elegant statement piece which was lovingly restored and given a new lease of life!
Lauren’s brief was for an essentially romantic dress, which also had a “wow factor”; resulting in this design with diaphanous flowing skirts and a strategically embellished, semi-transparent, lace bodice.
“… I cannot thank you enough for making me THE most beautiful dress… everyone loved it…”
Katherine’s dress was inspired by vintage Dior, with its opulent taffeta skirts and sumptuous silk satin sash and corsage.
Fine adjustments made to the toile during the fittings are essential to create the perfect fit for each client.
“… the dress… completely divine!… even the men were commenting on it!”