For the first time, London’s premier bridal designers, all of whom house their collections on the iconic Beauchamp Place, have come together to hold a joint bridal sample sale.
Home to top designers Bruce Oldfield, Emma Victoria Payne, Stewart Parvin and Suzanne Neville, Beauchamp Place is already a prime destination for the discerning bride in search of her wedding gown. With a royal warrant of appointment, an enviable private client list and numerous appearances on red carpets around the world to their name, the bridal boutiques of Beauchamp Place have earned their reputation for offering a diverse, luxurious collection of wedding gowns, with all designers collections being proudly produced in the UK.
This is a unique opportunity to shop end of line gowns, and ex show room samples from the whole of Beauchamp Place in one joint sale, with bridal gowns starting from just £400 and a selection of veils, accessories, and jewellery also on offer to complete your look.
There is a £5 entry fee wholly donated to Barnado’s, a charity chosen because of Bruce Oldfields close link as Vice-President. The sale is being held on January 25th between 10am and 5pm at St Columba’s Church on the corner of Pont Street and Beauchamp Place, just around the corner from Harrods. Early attendance is advised and the last entry will be strictly at 4.15pm.
Bruce Oldfield has been designing gowns for beautiful brides for almost 40 years. Jemima Khan, Samantha Cameron and Olivia Ferragamo, are just some of the iconic women who’ve married wearing his creations.
Emma Victoria Payne – a signature collection of exquisite vintage inspired gowns. Perfect for the modern bride with an elegant and timeless quality.
Stewart Parvin – Clean chic lines, and sophisticated styling is the essence of the Stewart Parvin collection. Stewarts understated aesthetic works perfectly with his immaculate fit, and the luxurious quality of both his bridal and womenswear collections.
Suzanne Neville – Known for creating elegant fashion forward bridal and evening gowns with a real wow factor. Every couture gown is individually cut and constructed in the London studio and overseen by Suzanne herself.