Excited to share that there’s a new Canadian bridal gown line, Anais Anette. The ladies recently sent over some shots from their debut collection and I must say it’s quite impressive. My favorites are the textured, feminine details on the gowns and the gorgeous lace covered heels.
At the moment, the only location where the gowns will be found is Vogue Sposa Bridal Boutique in Toronto as of January 2013. Check out their site for additional information.
Anais Anette was created by two sisters, the daughters of a dress maker and a tailor. As young women growing up in Europe, the sisters found themselves surrounded by designers known for quality craftsmanship and developed a palette for fine textiles and high style. These influences became the foundation on which Anais Anette was built. Influenced by the enchantment of Parisian culture, each Anais Anette garment is designed for the effortlessly chic and admirably confident woman who dares to indulge in a Piece de resistance. Every gown is draped, beaded and crafted in the sister’s Toronto studio, which is adorned with inspiration for the debut collection of Anais Anette. “It is said that history repeats itself, for us, our desire to create and share beauty manifested itself in a way we did not imagine or plan.” Infusing the flare of Parisian romance with meticulous design and the finest materials created a collection that is timeless in beauty, elegance and quality.