Amsale Spring 2020 Wedding Dress Collection
See all of the newest wedding dresses from the Amsale Spring 2020 collection.
Often credited as the inventor of the modern wedding dress, Amsale Aberra's prolific bridal fashion career began with creating her very own big-day gown. While planning her wedding in 1985, Aberra discovered there was an untapped corner in the market—when she couldn't find the clean, sophisticated wedding dress that she wanted, she set out to design a collection that would appeal to other women looking for the same thing. Although the designer sadly passed away in early 2018, the fashion house continues to produce glamorous and contemporary wedding dresses that still hold true to Aberra's original vision.
Under the direction of her husband and Amsale CEO, Neil Brown, and her creative successor, Margo Lafontaine, Amsale continues to produce wedding dresses that strike the perfect balance between elegantly simple and refined, modern style. For proof, look to the brand-new Spring 2020 collection, which just debuted at New York City's Bridal Fashion Week. From dresses with illusion necklines to those with flowing skirts, the latest season of Amsale designs feature the classic details we've come to know and love from the designer, but with an of-the-moment twist. Take the tiered ball gown, for example. With simple spaghetti straps and an unadorned fabric, this wedding dress stays true to the Amsale maxim while still feeling fresh and unexpected thanks to the layered skirt.
But if you want something that feels distinctly Amsale through and through, you'll be pleased to know that the brand still uses the designer's very first wedding dress—the A101 column—as inspiration for virtually every new collection. The silhouette has become a testament to Aberra's influence in the market and is reimagined every season. Ahead, you'll see how the brand recreated the signature sheath in the Amsale's Spring 2020 line straight off the runways at Bridal Fashion Week.
"Aidan" trumpet wedding dress with plunging neckline, lace illusion, and short sleeves
"Colton" ball gown with spaghetti straps and tiered skirt
"Dane" strapless ball gown with ruched bodice and pleated skirt
"Davis" A-line wedding dress with spaghetti straps, V-neckline, and lace appliqués
"Grayson" sleeveless A-line wedding dress with high illusion neckline and tiered skirt
"Kimbrell" sheath wedding dress with high illusion neckline, cap sleeves, and 3D floral appliqués
"Maya" sleeveless trumpet wedding dress with embellishements on bodice, worn with detachable skirt
"Sammie" trumpet wedding dress with high neckline and short sleeves
"Stevie" ball gown with high illusion neckline, long sleeves, and beading on bodice
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