Here is a preview of our designers’ current collections. For pricing information see our Bridal Shop.
Japanese designer Tadashi Shoji has long been famous for his evening gowns, and his entry into bridal this year has been dramatic. His Fall 2017 bridal collection is inspired by three of Hollywood’s finest femmes: Grace Kelly, the minimalist bride; Marilyn Monroe, the sultry bride; and Mia Farrow, the unconventional bride. See more here.
Part of the Justin Alexander design group, this line offers more affordable options, with similar classic lines and fit.
Masako Formals is proud to introduce Hawaii to the master craftsmanship of Jane White of Palazzo Bridal. Palazzo gowns are 100% silk, made in the USA, and represent the highest quality of design and feel. This fall Palazzo wedding dresses showcase minimalist styles, with ultra-feminine silhouettes. The gowns’ softness are unmatched. See our Palazzo styled shoot here.
For the bride that believes less is more. Nicole Miller’s wedding dresses pull off the illusion of simplicity that is crafted with incredible skill and workmanship. These dresses are light, with few, perfect lines, constructed out of chiffons and airy laces. Masako Formals is delighted to bring this kind of breezy elegance to Hawaii.
The Fall 2017 Sweetheart collection offers something for everyone, with exciting modern interpretations of traditional gowns. This season their gowns are more lightweight than ever before, offering options that don’t only look fabulous, but feel good too.
This world-renown New York bridal designer makes classic, light-weight gowns and bridal separates. This season Yoo creates gowns featuring soft netting aline skirts and dresses with delicate sleeve options. Her new beaded caplets are the perfect blend of vintage glam.
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Basix wedding dress designs are bold and fashion-forward, coming right from the heart of the Garment District in New York City. If you are looking for texture or color in your wedding dress, they have some stunning options.
A small boutique designer exclusively at Masako Formals, specializing in princess wedding gowns. Their new line features classic couture ball gowns with some sexier plays with lace and options for bold colors like powder blue and black detailing.
Casablanca’s Fall 2017 collection showcases has a more airy and lighter feel. Playing with soft netting, layered laces, and unique low backs, their new line is classic yet ethereal. See a photo collage of Casablanca on runway at NY Bridal week.
Lillian West continues to introduce new, boho laces, with classic silhouettes, making wedding dresses perfect for an outdoor setting.
Justin Alexander continues to design incredible A-line and fit and flare wedding dresses. This season look out for incredible applique lace details on long sleeved wedding dresses, several ball gown options, and a few wham-bam mermaid options.
A new, small design team that is bringing passion and affordability to boho bridal looks, Chic Nostalgia’s new collection features modern lace details with a vintage vibe.
Sophia Tolli continues her tradition of soft, feminine elegance, with dresses that show off a woman’s figure, yet miraculously still allowing for natural movement. This fall Sophia Tolli emphasizes her lace with contrasting blush and champagne underlays.
This Australian designer is rolling out some of the hottest wedding dress designs. Incredible beading and sequin details, illusion back and neck lines, and cuts that walk the line of sexy and classy. KWH is for the bride that wants a dress that no one has ever seen before – a dress that looks easy breezy, has immaculate details, and is fashion-forward. Check out her DYG gowns (image above) for mix and match bridal options.
For the boho bride, this family-owned design team out of Belgium, creates dresses with simple, immaculate, flowing lines out of unique laces, chiffons, jersey, and soft tulles. Their dresses make the perfect garden or beach wedding dress.