Among its many symbolisms, a wedding is said to be a woman’s initiation into the next stage of her life. The dress that the bride dons thus deserves special attention as it will forever be remembered.
As observed at the The Wedding KL 2018, bridal dresses by Malaysian designers are taking a turn for the contemporary. From feminine cuts to romantic drapings, they work in balancing tradition and trends.
The Rizman Ruzaini fashion house is well known for dressing celebrities in Malaysia. It offers an unmistakable style by combining elements of both authenticity and unconventionality.
When it comes to his exquisite bridal dresses, Carven Ong adheres to a contemporary, classic aesthetic. He does not follow a specific fashion trend – and instead, believes that every dress should enhance the bride’s individual personality and character.
Fuzana Mokhtaza learnt to sew by enrolling in an Alor Setar sewing school at the age of 15. She has been making her own dresses since 2006, and favours finishing touches of lace, pearls, beaded detailing and drapes.
Jubahsouq interprets Muslim fashion in its own way. Apart from an immaculate craftsmanship, the label also provides diverse designs for women of different personalities.
Zery Zamry strives to capture the magic and intimacy of a woman’s special day with his creations. He prefers minimalism in his designs, however, because he believes in understated elegance.