In Her Own Words: Monique Lhuillier on her Spring ’22 Bridal Collection
A mong Monique Lhuillier’s bridal collections in recent history, Spring ’22 is personally significant, marking 25 years since she designed the first bridal gown that launched what would become a successful career and business. This collection, “reflects my current state of mind — full of optimism, joy and gratitude, embracing the opening up of the world,” Lhuillier says.
“Life is so precious, it should be celebrated to the fullest!” she continues. “This sentiment brings me back to why I got into Bridal – the hope, promise, love and traditions that life is all about.” Here, Lhuillier notes the highlights of Spring ’22:
“This season’s exuberance is showcased in the floral prints and uplifting colors.”
“Buttercup, a vibrant, yellow open weave silk gazar with cascading flowers.”
“Rose, an ombre satin with hand tufted bustles and hand rolled rosettes.”
“Dahlia, a new botanical print with all my favorite florals — Queen Anne’s Lace and pink Dahlias.”
“Poetic sleeves, detachable for versatility, three dimensional embroideries and flowers, all signatures reworked to celebrate our 25th year in the bridal business.”