The bridal runway show at the One Fine Day Wedding Fair is somewhat famed across the country, so there was some serious pressure for the team to bring the best bridal looks to our Sydney fair. So to ensure we presented the greatest wedding day looks, we paired up with Hello May Magazine to bring the One Fine Day runway to life.
Featuring outstanding designers such as Chosen by One Day, Karen Willis Holmes, Anna Campbell, Amy New, Alca Line Bride, White Meadow and Moira Hughes, we are delighted to bring you the One Fine Day runway report of every, single wedding dress.
Our standout runway closer, Moira Hughes showcased her tulle ballgowns laced with old Hollywood romance. We were even lucky enough to have Moira design a wedding dress exclusively for the One Fine Day runway – featuring a black bow that had the audience’s jaws on the floor.
The undisputed Queen of femininity, Karen Willis Holmes gowns have more than stood the test of time with a casual 20 years under the designer’s belt. This year Karen brought her brand new Lumière bespoke collection – featuring our runway opener, Audrey, complete with dreamy detachable sleeves and adorable polka dot detailing.
The oh-so cool bridal brand, Chosen has become a staple of brides looking to push boundaries on their wedding day. This year, Kyha’s collection featured all-over embellished gowns, cheeky silk separates and backless numbers that had us falling head over heels.
Now this truly is s designer that every bride should have your eye on! Amy, the genius behind the brand, brought along her latest and greatest creations to One Fine Day, including a blush, beaded gown that was a real standout on the runway!
If you’re looking for a wedding gown that is graceful, modern and has so much beautiful movement that you’ll want to dance all night then look no further than Amy New. We’re so proud to have Amy as part of the One Fine Day family, and we recommend a stalk ASAP!
Watching these Oleg Cassini gowns waltz down the runway it’s hard to believe that these wedding dresses cost under $1000. With intricate detailing and flattering silhouettes, these gowns simply have to be seen to be believed.
A collaboration that literally knocked our socks off, Cathleen Jia and The White Files joined forces to create a collection that is a minimalists dream. Featuring slip dresses, separates, belts and low backs, this collection is modern bride’s dream.
This Melbourne designer has been famed for her feminine cuts, intricate detailing and perfect pink hues. Walking down the catwalk this year, we were blessed with classic shapes and beadwork that glistened in the sunshine.
This collection is proof that bridal separates are here to stay. Laced crop tops and statement skirts paired with relaxed silhouettes and playful textures demonstrate that White Meadow is a bridal brand that should be on your radar.
Easily the most hilarious man in the bridal industry, Jack Sullivan consistency delivers on style, fit and class. The gowns that walked the One Fine Day runway featured perfect plunge necks, clever bead and lace work and butter soft silks.
An Australian designer that consistently delivers phenomenal collections that surprise and delight, With Love By Mallika sent some serious stunners down the runway, including a statement sleeve silk gown that we can’t get out of our heads.
Our new favourite Kiwi brand, Evolution Bridesmaids provides some rather dashing options for bridal parties looking for cute, simple and dance-worthy bridesmaids dresses – just like the ones spotted on the One Fine Day runway!
A standout on the runway, Joe Black presented both blue/grey and cream suits to showcase the diverse range of options for grooms shopping for their wedding day look.
BY KATIE STOW