Neo Victorian Collection Launches On Brand New Website
04/29/2016

Australian Designer, Suzanne Harward announcing her newly launched website featuring the Neo-Victorian Capsule Collection.

Online PR News – 29-April-2016 – Australia – Suzanne Harward are pleased to announce the launch of their brand new website www.suzanneharward.com featuring the Neo-Victorian Capsule Collection available online with free worldwide shipping on gown purchases.

The online boutique allows brides from anywhere in the world the opportunity to wear a Suzanne Harward gown on their wedding day. A clean and minimal layout along with a contemporary design, aesthetically reflect the brand’s modern and non traditional couture pieces.

An enviable collection of real weddings celebrating the women who bring the gowns to life are showcased in the SH Brides gallery. Designed with the fashionable bride in mind, the Neo Victorian collection channels the demure femininity of a bygone era and pays homage to a time where impeccable finish and detailing were pervaded with pure imagination to create garments of incomparable beauty and extreme elegance.

Shot by international fashion photographer Sam Bisso, styled by Emily Ward with hair and makeup by Kylie O’Toole, the energy on this shoot was filled with pure creativity and technical expertise. Featuring Copenhagen beauty Anne Christine as the protagonist, the photographs from this campaign express the dualities of the Suzanne Harward bride through the use of white and black garments. Moment of stillness capture her independent, pioneering spirit and a slightly unravelled beauty. She is wild and free yet she always remains refined and elegant. She knows what she wants.

Since the release of their first Capsule Collection in 2014, the label has been approached by some of the most sought after boutiques across the USA and Europe requesting to stock the Australian designer gowns, which have been hand made in Melbourne since the couture label firsts started out in the Melbourne bay side suburb of Elwood in 1975.