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Runway Raves

The Charleston Museum’s new bridal gown exhibit shows how haute history can be. Check out these favorite oldies ... and their mod descendants

Chose these frocks and your maids will thank you—really!

Whether you swoon over golden touches or melt over modern lace, slip into these must-try dream dresses from New York’s spring runway shows

From a black-hued stunner to a barely-there lacy number, Gown Boutique's "Rock Glam Roll"-themed show rocked the runway, indeed 

Oversized bows, pearl boleros, denim and tulle, oh my! Designer Callie Tein of Modern Trousseau married classic elegance with modern trends for a jaw-dropping runway show 

One Love's Rachel Gordon and Birdsong's Jen Bonoma's runway looks show how über-fem gowns and delicate body jewelry can turn models—and Charleston brides—into ethereal godesses

Elegance shashayed down the runway for days when Featured Designer Amsale Aberra showed her favorite looks from Amsale, Christos, Amsale Blue Label, and Amsale Bridesmaid. Sleek, full, stark modernity and lush femininity—it's all captured in looks that inspire

Sass (think leather clutches) and high style (beautiful ballgowns and shimmering bridal shawls) unite for a seriously stunning debut bridal show from the ladies of Southern Protocol 

Charleston sweetheart Katherine McDonald's bridal line stuns with the finest of fabrics (hand-painted silk included) and oh-so flattering—and feminine—silhouettes

Boho brides and beach babes, glam girls and classic beauties—White on Daniel Island's show had gorgeous gowns well suited for any and all Lowcountry brides

Welcome to the parade of stunning gowns that mark our picks for the best new looks from New York

They say all good things come in threes, and Anne Barge's three new collections—filled with satin beauties and lacy stunners—proves no exception

Va-va-voom! Ines Di Santo's new collection is filled to the brim with curve-hugging frocks you're sure to love

Here, Donna Morgan presents a bridesmaid collection with any style, color, or detail a bride could imagine

The starring look of Sarah Janks' new collection? Illusion necklines, cut to perfection. See for yourself here!

Blending subtle texture, flirty silhouettes, and unexpected details (like a feminine skull on a bridal cardigan), Ivy & Aster's fresh looks are for one-of-a-kind bride

Sultry, sexy, and free-spirited—Carol Hannah's new collection is all this and more, making her gowns a perfect choice for boho and beach brides alike

For her fall 2015 collection, Modern Trousseau designer Callie Tein says she explored the question "What if?" by mix and matching fabrics and silhouettes in novel ways. The result? A set of stunning, sophisticated gowns—and veils!—well suited for Charleston brides

Eugenia Couture's fall/winter 2015 collection nails the princess-bride look with aplomb

Known for gowns that make brides feel nothing short of royal, Romona Keveza delivers another stunning collection, bursting with shimmering fabrics, feminine styles, and a ball gown for the ages