Fashion Reverie Says “I Do” to Bridal
As this season’s New York Bridal Week is proclaimed by many as one of the most robust and dynamic weeks in several years, Fashion Reverie Talks announces that their team is your ticket to all the comings and goings of the industry in the coming weeks. There’s no argument that the bridal market is not only one of the most followed submarkets of the fashion industry, enjoying a place of importance equal to shoes and handbags, it is also one of the most universally followed markets in the world of fashion.
“As the bridal industry is clearly on the comeback trail. ‘Fashion Reverie Talks’ will be your ticket to all the new sensational bridal collections for the fall 2023 season,” says William Gooch. “Remember, many brides plan their nuptials a year or more in advance. So, ‘Fashion Reverie Talks’ is here to provide its viewers that expert purview for what is coming down the line. And this season we will have some TikTok videos to enhance our bridal coverage!!”
Each season, Fashion Reverie, under the direction of founding Editor in Chief, William Gooch, brings his ever expanding readership (and viewership since he launched Reverie Talks) content from the perspective of the front row (aka: insider’s view) of some of the most sought after brands in the market. William noticed the bridal calendar being far more robust than in recent seasons with many new and noteworthy names like Vivienne Westwood and Jimmy Choo as well as many returning names that were once mainstays of the bi-annual show week, including Monique L’Huillier and Kelly Faetanini. “It was clear that the excitement was returning,” says Gooch. The Fashion Reverie team will also be bringing you coverage of the collections of Ines di Santo, Mark Ingram, Badgley Mischka, THEIA, and Anne Barge.
Tune into Fashion Reverie Talks as founding co-hosts Cicily Daniels and Tijana Ibrahimovic are joined by special guests each episode to discuss the latest trends in the market. Each segment complements the content on the Fashion Reverie website in a way that makes the show feel like the website just came alive.