FASHION & DIAMONDS PAIRING: TIFFANY&Co – MODA OPERANDI

Moda Operandi and Tiffany & Co. have partnered to present a capsule collection of eleven high-fashion wedding gowns from an international group of designers paired with brilliant diamonds of captivating beauty for the fashion-forward bride. Including designs from Monique Lhuillier, Delpozo, Costarellos, Delphine Manivet and Elizabeth Kennedy, the collection will be available exclusively on Moda Operandi for pre-order beginning October 5th, alongside full collections from Bridal Fashion week. The gowns were included in an exhibition within Tiffany & Co.’s Fifth Avenue flagship store in honour of the 130th anniversary of the Tiffany Setting where the world premier jeweller also debuted the iconic engagement ring in rose gold. The exhibition will then travel for display in Tiffany’s newly renovated Rodeo Drive boutique on October 28th and 29th as well as the Tiffany boutique in Yorkdale on November 11th and 12th.

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Rosa Assoulin Gown

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Temperley London Gown

Termperley London

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Del Pozo Gown

“This exclusive bridal gown reinterprets the universe of Delpozo – modern, fresh and feminine. Delicate fabrics such as silk tulle and panama cotton with a relaxed silhouette create this timeless style.” – Josep Font, Delpozo

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Delphine Manivet Gown

“The dress should be a woman’s only makeup; I wanted to recreate the color of a cultured pearl. Coco (Chanel) said that a pearl necklace illuminates the face with its aura. I love the idea of working on the color of a cultured pearl that changes between ivory and can be almost transparent at times, and even sometimes a bit grey depending on the light; just like a woman that needs to be bathed in the light! I kept the strong codes of the house as is seen with the “Suivez Moi Jeune Homme” (Trans: Follow Me Young Man) which is a long flowing ribbon as well as a precise biased cut gown. It’s a simple but spectacular gown that perfectly represents the Parisian bride.” It’s the first time I have expressed an inspiration concerning brilliance and illumination, this idea naturally came to mind for this collaboration with Tiffany’s.” – Delphine Manivet

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Reem Acra Gown

“The inspiration for this dress, and really my entire bridal collection, comes from the bride I envision wearing it; a modern woman who is fashionable and feels like the most confident version of herself in my dress.” – Reem Acra

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Christos Costarellos Gown

“Committed to the luxury bohemian aesthetic, I drew inspiration for this exclusive gown from contemporary women, effortlessly provocative but at the same time maintaining a playful and elegant simplicity.” – Christos Costarellos

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Elizabeth Kennedy Gown

“The inspiration behind both gowns was to reinterpret classical silhouettes in a more modern way. ” – Elizabeth Kennedy

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Romona Keveza Gown

“I love creating a design that gives brides the option of multiple looks. This floral applique gown, with a detachable silk tulle train, allows the bride to have a majestic look for her ceremony and an equally stunning look for her reception.” – Romona Keveza

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Elizabeth Kennedy Gown

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J. Mendel Gown

“I think of all my gowns as modern day heirlooms. Something you will have and keep forever.” – GillesMendel, J.Mendel

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Monique Lhuillier Gown

“For this collaboration I wanted to design an exclusive ballgown silhouette with a high low hemline and dramatic skirt with Chantilly lace and beaded embroidery to create romance in the movement of the gown. A sheer back fastened with delicate crystal buttons all the way down finishes with one blue button. The traditional “something blue” is the finishes a classic bridal gown with a light and modern twist.” – Monique Lhuillier

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