• Alba


    Alba is Le Dressing Club's own bridal label founded in 2018. "Following the success of our bridal outlet concept in Paris, we started making some of our own unique pieces in our Parisian workshop. The dresses sometimes only stayed on their hangers for a few hours - It was love at first sight for future brides!" says Victoire, the founder.

    Alba represents women who aspire to be effortlessly elegant without overdoing it - the French way. Every bride wants to be unique on her wedding day. Alba is therefore committed to making each dress in very limited quantities. The designs are entirely handcrafted in our Parisian workshop. Above all, we aim to offer affordable wedding dresses made from sustainable materials, with unrivalled French expertise.

  • Alberta Ferretti
  • Alma
  • Amarildine
  • Anna Dautry
  • Anna Kara

    Anna Kara

    After graduating from the Krakow Art and Fashion Design School in 2007, Polish designer Anna Kara designs her first wedding dress collection. Her elegant and timeless creations are inspired by her passion for photography and painting.

    Anna Kara's wedding dresses are feminine, light and airy. Silk mousselines and cotton lace are her signature fabrics for a romantic and natural bride.

  • Anne de Lafforest
  • Atelier Anonyme
  • Atelier Emelia

    Atelier Emelia

    The founders of Atelier Emelia believe that a bride should wear her wedding dress like her favourite pair of jeans, with a sense of freedom and nonchalance.

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    Evelyne Delaroche, Chantal et Monique Joubert are three sisters that have associated the words ATELIER and EMELIA - a symbol of their work and a tribute to their ancestress/mother.

    Une approche avec des créations artisanales réalisées dans leur atelier situé à Nemours à 60 km de Paris. C’est là qu’elles réinterprètent la robe de mariée en s’attachant à allier tradition de la haute couture et inspiration du moment. Un véritable savoir-faire, une parfaite maitrise de la coupe et une réelle créativité qui se décline à l’infini. Encore une trilogie qui a déjà séduit des milliers de mariées du monde entier.

    Très attachées au savoir-faire français, elles collaborent avec des artisans tels que les dentelliers de Calais et les brodeurs de Villers Outréaux mais aussi avec les meilleurs tisseurs italiens et espagnols pour les mikados, les tulles ou encore les organzas de soie. Leur matière de prédilection, la dentelle de Calais, qu’elles modèlent à l’infini avec un twist de modernité. Depuis 1972, elles « révolutionnent » la mode du mariage, en créant les premiers corsets, les robes rouges, les robes en jean et tout simplement de belles robes.

    Leur désir : réinterpréter la tradition et la mode dans le mariage pour une femme amoureuse, libre, qui vit avec son temps. Leur volonté : faire qu’Atelier Emelia réalise la robe de mariée qui les sublimera pour leur grand jour. Leur désir, leur volonté, leur passion : faire en sorte que ce jour exceptionnel soit en plus le plus beau.

  • Atelier Gasparine
  • Atelier Swan

    Atelier Swan

    L’Atelier Swan is first and foremost the collaboration of two young designers. The idea to collaborate and combine their expertise makes perfect sense. Mariana, a former workshop manager for a wedding dress designer, has been specialised in this field for over 10 years. Sophie, on the other hand, started as a lingerie designer for various Haute Couture and wedding dress houses.

    Mariana and Sophie only use high-quality fabrics: chiffon, satin silk, tulle, fine lace from Calais and Chantilly. The designer duo creates new collections each year that combine timeless elegance with a touch of modernity.

  • Aurélie Van Den Broeck
  • Autre créateurs
  • Bérengère Saint-Pierre
  • Bochet
  • Camille Recolin
  • Carnets de Mariage
  • Caroline Takvorian
  • Catherine Deane

    Catherine Deane

    London-based designer Catherine Deane established her label in 2005. Born in Ireland, raised in South Africa and inspired by living in London and Hong Kong, her gowns take cultural references from her nomadic lifestyle and her passion for long forgotten craft techniques and femininity.

    Catherine's collections are founded on traditional techniques with a modern twist of simplicity. Exploring the notion of strength and fragility, her work is defined by the use of silk-plissé, delicate French lace and intricate beadwork.

  • Celestina Agostino
  • Charlie Brear
  • Christina Sfez
  • Christophe Alexandre Docquin
  • Cymbeline
  • Daughters of Simone
  • Delphine Manivet

    Delphine Manivet

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    The search for her own wedding dress sparked Delphine Manivet to share with other women her vision of the modern bride: one that doesn't necessarily get married at 20 years old, that wants the dress she dreamed of as a little girl without looking like a meringue.

    Within a few years, Delphine Manivet's creations revolutionise the bridal world and she quickly becomes the emblematic designer for trendy yet elegant brides. She attracts more and more women, all seeking elegance and romanticism but also several celebrities - namely Sarah Jessica Parker - who wear her most iconic styles on the red carpets.

    In love with beauty and traditions, the designer wants to preserve the traditional French sewing savoir-faire with noble fabrics, such as Calais lace, light silks and embroidered cotton tulles.

  • Donatelle Godart

    Donatelle Godart

    Founded in 2015, the Donatelle Godart label embodies romanticism and nonchalance. Free and elegant, the Donatelle Godart bride exalts love and happiness. After designing her own wedding gown in 2014, Donatelle decided to found her namesake bridal-wear label. Created in her Parisian atelier, each wedding dress is conceived according to the harmony between high-quality materials, delicate details and pure cuts. Donatelle Godart meticulously selects her silk chiffons and muslins, silk crepes, dentelle de Calais, and embroidered tulles from her French and Italian suppliers. Each new collection is a subtle combination of her numerous inspirations. The collections created overtime highlight the body's natural beauty and play with the fluidity of materials, the transparency of lace, the gracefulness of a tulle... Each wedding dress is a hymn to femininity. The Donatelle Godart bride manifests on her wedding day the woman she wants to be.

  • Dressing Club
  • Elise Hameau
  • Elodie Michaud
  • English Garden
  • Fabienne Alagama
  • Fanny Liautard
  • Franc Sarabia
  • Harpe


    Created in 2014 by a dynamic mother-daughter duo, HARPE is above all a legacy and family affair.

    Marina and Françoise's years of experience have forged their values and expertise. With a shared passion for fashion and design, the mother designs and creates the collections while her daughter manages the brand's communication and marketing.

    HARPE is a creative brand that caters to all women. Their designs transport us into a romantic and bohemian universe. Each detail is considered thanks to craft manufacturing in their Parisian atelier. The collections offer pieces that enhance and show off the future bride's silhouette.

  • Hervé Mariage
  • Jenny Packham
  • Jesus Peiro
  • L'Amusée
  • Laure de Sagazan

    Laure de Sagazan

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    Laure de Sagazan is one of the most loved wedding dress designers in France. Her designs transport us into a poetic and bucolic world of boho-chic with a hint of vintage, subtly combining the past and present. Silk crepe and beautiful French lace flawlessly harmonise, bringing her ethereal dresses to life. Her creations are designed and manufactured in her Parisian atelier. 

  • Les couronnes de Victoire
  • Lizeron
  • Lorafolk
  • Mademoiselle de Guise
  • Maison Floret

    Maison Floret

    Maison Floret is a savoir-faire rooted in the purest tradition of French fashion.

    The designer Sidonie Floret, inspired by the 1960's, offers graceful and elegant wedding dresses with cinched waists. Maison Floret accentuates each and every silhouette through the use of noble materials, haute couture finishes and dresses that are made-to-measure in their Parisian atelier.

    While the Maison is engrained in a minimalist essence, the use of intricate lace, mousseline and delicate silks inspire the more romantic brides.

  • Maison Guillemette
  • Manon Gontero
  • Margaux Tardits

    Margaux Tardits

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    Throughout her collections, Margaux designs 'couture' dresses from her Parisian atelier. Through a meticulous study of materials and the quest for the perfect fabric drop, she manages to sculpt various facets of the modern bride. Margaux was joined by her sister Alice in 2016 to help develop the brand. At Le Dressing Club, we admire each and every one of their creations and are privileged to offer them in our Paris and London showrooms. Today Margaux Tardits seduces brides from around the world, women that seek to combine glamour, romance and effortless sophistication - à la française.

  • Marie Laporte

    Marie Laporte

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    Over the years, Marie Laporte has become a reference of the wedding dress scene in Paris. Marie Laporte has always been passionate about fashion. As a young girl, she enjoyed sketching princess silhouettes. She started her career in modelling before switching to the design side as she created her first collection of wedding dresses in the 1990's. Marie Laporte's bride is feminine, romantic and confident. French lace, open back, transparency, drape - everything is carefully thought-out to design dresses that fit every bride. All of Marie Laporte's wedding dresses are designed in her Parisian studio and produced by her couturières. 

  • Mathilde Marie
  • Mélodie Boitard
  • Métamorphose
  • Oksana Kokhan

    Oksana Kokhan

    Oksana Kokhan’s creations are romantic, ethereal and effortlessly elegant. Simple but charming, the designs embody Oksana’s gentle universe, a combination of poetry and refinement. 

    Fascinated by beautiful materials and determined to create elegant, fluid and fine pieces, Oksana Kokhan stands out as an ambitious and passionate designer. After graduating from a design school in St. Petersburg and a Parisian school, Oksana worked for prestigious fashion labels. She later decides to set up her own business and build her own brand. Passionate about wedding dresses since she was a young girl, Oksana starts her bridal adventure in 2014.

  • Otaduy
  • Pronovias
  • Rembo Styling

    Rembo Styling

    Rembo Styling wedding dresses are made from high-quality materials such as luxurious thick crepe, muslin and tulle. The designs impress through their simplicity combined with lace and perfect finishes. The wedding dresses provide a sensation of gracefulness tinted of nonchalance and refinement.

  • Rime Arodaky

    Rime Arodaky

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    Rime Arodaky is a French designer who decided to shake the traditional bridal codes, bringing style and character to the wedding dress scene. The Rime bride is a modern yet feminine goddess. She is confident and fully embraces her body. All of Rime Arodaky's wedding dresses are designed in her Paris atelier and produced by her own couturières.

  • Rosa Clará
  • Rue de Seine
  • Savin London
  • Sophie Sarfati
  • Stephanie Allin

    Stephanie Allin

    Stephanie Allin est une des créatrices  de robes de mariée les plus en vogue au Royaume-Uni. 

  • Stéphanie Wolff
  • Truvelle
  • Velvetine Paris
  • Vera Wang
  • Victoire Vermeulen
  • White One
  • Yolan Cris