DESIGNER: Don O’Neill
INSPIRATION: O’Neill’s ancient Irish ancestors, the Tuatha De Danaan, or “People of the goddess Danu”
TRENDS: Silhouettes included backless column gowns, fitted knee length sheaths, mermaid cuts, crop tops paired with full skirts, and ball gown style dresses. Tulle, silk organza, and chiffon were the line’s leading materials, with details including lace overlay, pearl embellishment, and crystal, sequins, and beaded embroidery. Each model’s look was topped off with a wreath crown.
PALETTE: Ivory, silver metallic.
WHO SHOULD WEAR IT: Brides in search of an ethereal, mystical style sure to mesmerize guests on their special day.