New York Bridal Fashion Week: Our Favorite Spring 2023 Collections

Anne Barge floral dress
April 08, 2022

Flowers are beginning to bloom, bringing beautiful colors, fresh air, and the promise of a new season full of opportunity. Along with it, the finest names in bridal design are back with the most breathtaking looks—Spring New York Bridal Fashion Week is here! We’re excited to highlight the 2023 collections that are going to influence all things bridal fashion and style!


 

The Italian brand known for its excellence balances timeless fashion while in search of unconventional and new designs and exclusive materials. The theme of this collection is all about the freedom to explore style. Peter Langner’s spring collection was inspired by historical and modern architecture. We can see this in the necklines, shapes, and all the beautiful fabrics of the unique meticulously crafted gowns. 

Design Highlights:
 

  • Innovative shapes and lines
  • Flowy & draping fabrics
  • A mixture of romantic traditional & clean modern
Peter Langner collection 4 photos
Photos courtesy of Peter Langner | Spring Collection


AMSALE

AMSALE’s collection has the essence of the smoky romance of underground Jazz clubs in New York. Nocturnal flowers bloom across this season's gowns, designed with vaulted curves and sculptural silhouettes in celebration of the rarity of every bride!

Design Highlights: 
 

  • Moonflower and Queen of the night floral patterns
  • Fabric & hand embellishments 
  • Curves and sculpted silhouettes 
Amsale
Photos courtesy of AMSALE | Spring Collection


Mira Zwillinger

The “Wonders” collection by Mira Zwillinger explores the importance of unity. The 13-gown collection features intricate and delicate handcrafted florals and artistic abstract extensions. Each dress has elements that allow for effortless movements. This gorgeous collection stands out with its cohesive design, while still offering a variety of styles. 

Design Highlights: 
 

  • Delicate details & handcrafted florals
  • Fine and airy materials
  • Dynamic silhouettes 
Mira Zwillinger
Photos courtesy of Mira Zwillinger | Spring Collection


Ines Di Santo

Whimsical, youthful, and fun, Ines Di Santo drew inspiration from her childhood memories with her family. The collection is playful and reflective of colorful florals contrasting against the blue skies, the sound of birds chirping, and the taste of sweetly tart desserts of lemon and cream cherished in the hazy afternoon. 

Design Highlights: 
 

  • Feathery textures
  • Ethereal Tulle
  • Pops of color 
Ines Di Santo
Photos courtesy of Ines Di Santo | Spring Collection


Naeem Khan

Naeem Khan was born and raised in Mumbai and grew up in a world surrounded by culture, art, and design. He is known for his cultivation of textiles and intricate clothing worn by Indian royal families. 

Design Highlights: 
 

  • Exquisite embroidery & beading
  • Indian inspired patterns 
  • Royal necklines & capes
Naheem Khan Collection
Photos courtesy of Naeem Khan | Spring Collection


Morilee Madeline Gardner

Every dress is designed to fit like a dream. From a small business to a global leading brand, Madeline Gardner, has made dresses for generations. Each cut is flattering and features sheer and lace materials. This gorgeous collection is feminine and perfect for a fairytale castle wedding. 

Design Highlights: 
 

  • Form-fitted silhouettes 
  • Romantic lace
  • Puffy sleeves
Madeline Gardner
Photos courtesy of Morilee Madeline Gardner | Spring Collection


Anne Barge

The Anne Barge Spring 2023 collection was inspired by the beauty and enchantment of an English garden, bursting with flowers and the joy of a new season. “I envisioned a bride in one of these lush topiary gardens, beneath a trellis of roses, looking breathtaking,” said Shawne Jacobs, the creative director of Anne Barge.  Very reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn!

Design Highlights: 
 

  • Classic & timeless 
  • Silk materials
  • Slender columns & flowing trains
Anne Barge Collection
Photos courtesy of Anne Barge | Spring Collection


That wraps up Spring Bridal Fashion Week! Each designer continues to change the landscape for bridal wear and design, creating innovative pieces that are high fashion, while prioritizing comfort and fun!




Hero photo courtesy of Anne Barge | Spring Collection

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Karina Trejo Melendez
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Karina is a writer and an English professor from Mexico. She is passionate about celebrating love, culture, diversity, connection, and community and takes pride in bringing those values into her work as the Content Manager for Aisle Planner's Editorial Team. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing and worked in various roles in copywriting and editorial publishing before she came into her current role.