This champagne-coloured twin set with veil might run the risk of being a little prim for a 21st century wedding, if it wasn't for the fact that it's, er, see-through.
Take your love for this season's dungarees trend to the next level with this overalls-cum-wedding dress hybrid, as modelled by Lindsey Wixon. Beekeeper headpiece optional.
Potentially the most wearable of the collection, this Bardot style dress strikes the perfect balance between traditional and contemporary. In fact, we're quite a fan of this.
Is there part of you that still wants to annoy your mum? Then why not channel your inner early Noughties teenage rebel with this mix of denim, tulle and satin. Did someone say Avril Lavigne?
You won't need to borrow your groom's jacket when you've got a tad chilly at the end of the disco when you have your own chic tux to wear with your dress. Also, hello beautiful older bride.
Actually, why not ditch the dress completely and slink your way down the aisle in a louche ivory silk suit?
Want a wedding look that you can also wear once the big day's over? This on trend bomber is for you. Plus, we love the belted skirt. Dreamy.
With the large pants and rollers, there's something a little bit Nora Batty meets Carrie Bradshaw about this. But it kinda works. Which is a sentence we'd never thought we'd write.
And, naturally, Naomi Campbell closed the show dressed as a wedding bouquet. Something tells us she wouldn't much like being tossed in the air though…