As environmental awareness grows, more and more brides are cottoning to the idea of an eco-friendly frock for their wedding day. Introducing a fresh look for timeless attire, designer Chris Kole’s new collection, The Cotton Bride,is the first American-based wedding wear to utilize all-natural fabrics, including cotton and linen.
His name synonymous with sophisticated, special occasion silhouettes for over a quarter of a century, Kole’s 19 debut wedding dress designs features jacquards, georgettes, piques, batistes and organzas, while a wide range of accents ranging from the innocence of eyelets to the bejeweled beauty of a crystal trim allow each bride’s personality to shine. Ideal for spring or summer I do’s, the comfort of cotton will make walking down the aisle a breeze.
The hand-made masterpieces of The Cotton Bride collection can be ordered through Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and at a number of chic boutiques. For more information, visit www.thecottonbride.com.
The Cotton Bride by Chris Kole (www.thecottonbride.com) features 19 hand-draped, hand-sewn gowns constructed from the most magnificent natural fibers, including cotton and linen. The collection boasts unusual batistes, organzas, piques, georgettes and jacquards in a range of silhouettes – from feather-light and subtly-beaded T-length gowns with gathered skirts, to breezier, less constructed pieces perfect for the increasingly popular destination, outdoor or summer wedding. (PHOTO: Business Wire)