While some bridal designers went for extreme designs to stand out from the crowd, Badgley Mischka stuck to traditional style with a modern twist.
Models swayed down the catwalk in traditional A-line shapes with silver detailing and tiny decoration, which gave a nod to the popular vintage trend. And vintage seemed to be a theme that continued through part of the collection with layered straight dresses, vintaged up with lace sleeves and that all important beading.
Florals also made an appearance in the collection, featuring as tiny rose buds on straight skirts or making up the decoration on waist-lines and giving a nod to the 50s.
However, Mischka did venture into the 21st century with some gorgeous LWD creations, which are, thankfully becoming more mainstream. Expect many more shorter dresses to crop up next year brides-to-be.