Amelia + Le Louvre

Amelia Coote, head buyer at Le Louvre could have chosen any gown in the whole world. She decided to have the dress that makes Le Louvre famous. Designed in 1934 by Captain Molyneux, the infamous Pleated Model celebrates its 80th birthday this year. For Amelia’s gown, the highest quality silk satin crepe was shipped in…

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Daisy + Marchesa

Daisy was not expecting to wear a strapless gown for her wedding day, however the Marchesa gown she found at Le Louvre was too divine to ignore. Daisy wears white chiffon gown with intricate beaded bodice. We styled Daisy with a bespoke Le Louvre veil and Jenny Packham crystal headpiece. Marchesa is the creation of…

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Courrèges

“Courrèges is tomorrow—begun today.” Vogue headlined this quote as they introduced their readers to Courrèges in 1965. André Courrèges was a relative newcomer to the Paris couture scene and unveiled a visionary collection unlike any the haute monde had seen before During the zealous 1960s, this inventor of the famous little white dress and short-skirt enthusiast…

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Venna glitz

Our favourite jewels are ones that stand out! Venna packs a punch when it comes to this department. No longer are these statements pieces worn to dress up your classic cocktail outfit. We also love them with a beautiful tailored white shirt, or a chunky cashmere sweater to glamorize your look. Venna KapoW and spiked…

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Charlotte + Lanvin

Charlotte looked divine in her ivory Lanvin sheath gown with taffeta bow detail. Our Le Louvre veil made to order in-house, with Charlotte’s heirloom tiara, created a timeless look. Lanvin’s Blanche collection is one of our most exclusive bridal labels.   Our Lanvin bridal gowns are exclusive to Le Louvre in Australia.

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