Bridal Market 2016: The Incredible Beauties of Tony Ward

A toast and a rose.

Studying at the feet of the masters — and by that I mean creating women’s couture with Claude Montana at Lanvin, Gianfranco Ferré at Christian Dior couture, then Karl Lagerfeld at Chloé, as well as perfecting artistry from the House of Lesage — designer Tony Ward weaves together the handiwork of painting, beading and embroidery for a debut Kleinfeld bridal collection based on roses and the abstract shapes found in nature.

The Lebanese-Italian designer’s painted, shimmering, glittery fabrics adhere to the body in voluptuous, sculptural silhouettes, perfect for any bride wanting to feel sexy, beautiful and close to couture on her special day. Go ahead — pick one of these beauties and let your wedding day blossom.


Tony Ward's Kleinfeld debut for Bridal 2016

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