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Bridal Gowns Directory

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Gabriella New York

155 Wooster St., at Houston St., Ste. 3W; 212-206-1915;

Gabriella Risatti carries exclusive styles from 11 designers, including Jenny Packham, and Marchesa ($2,000 to $12,000). In addition to wedding gowns, you’ll find veils, headpieces, bags, lingerie, and jewelry.

Glamour Closet

115 W. 29th St., nr. Sixth Ave., seventh fl.; 917-409-5277;

Brides flock to Glamour Closet for its frequently updated stock of couture and designer gowns sold up to 75 percent off ($500 to $5,000). The walk-in-only salon displays its full inventory and carries new showroom samples and overstock styles by designers including Oscar de la Renta, and Monique Lhullier. Most dresses are in a bridal size 8, but smaller and larger sizes are available.

Houghton Atelier


Designer Katharine Polk offers brides a choice of gowns, short dresses, suits, and separates, all hand made in her West Chelsea atelier. By appointment only.

Jana Starr Bridal

245 E. 87th St., nr. Second Ave., Ste. 14D; 212-861-8256;

Starr creates modern gowns (from $2,600, including minor alterations) from her collection of 100-year-old handmade laces and embroideries. She also offers 19th-century lace veils and antique-lace wedding handkerchiefs. By appointment only.

Jane Wilson-Marquis Couture


English designer Wilson-Marquis specializes in romantic custom-made gowns (from $3,000). She’s known for her couture embellishments: French lace, handmade flowers, and painted and silk-screened detailing. By appointment only.

J. Crew

91 Fifth Ave., nr. 17th St.; 212-255-4848;

This by-appointment-only wedding shop offers modern gowns with classic silhouettes. Favorites are the Arabelle ($575) and the Sara lace gown ($2,200). Bridal accessories and bridesmaid dresses are also available. (good value)

J. Mendel

787 Madison Ave., nr. 67th St. 212-832-5830;

J. Mendel’s bridal collection includes gorgeously draped gowns that range from vintage-inspired and Grecian to modern and avant-garde. Most styles fall in the $4,800 range, although beauties like the hand-pleated mousseline Liane ($19,500) are a considerable investment. Couture services are also available.

Junko Yoshioka

134 W. 29th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 805; 212-206-9302;

All of Yoshioka’s gowns are made in this Chelsea atelier. Highlights include the Eclair ($4,620), a mermaid gown with Bellagio silk and satin taffeta, and the Gateaux ($4,895), an asymmetric drop-waist satin organza gown. By appointment only.

Jussara Lee

60 Bedford St., at Morton St.; 212-242-4128;

Brides-to-be flock to Lee for her unparalleled fitting abilities. Her understated designs run the gamut, from simple silk ­halter gowns to sophisticated organza strapless dresses (from $3,500). She also customizes white tuxedos for men and women. By appointment only.

Karen Willis Holmes

7 Centre Market Pl., nr. Broome St.; 646-912-9298;

At her store in Soho, the renowned Australian bridal designer stocks off-the-rack gowns with sophisticated embellishments and clean silhouettes that are perfect for modern brides.

Kathryn Conover Bridal

363 Seventh Ave., nr. 30th St., 21st fl.; 212-464-7675;

Brides can choose from Conover’s customizable collection or dream up one-of-a-kind designs for bespoke gowns (from $1,500). She can easily whip up refined, classic numbers or accommodate more avant-garde aspirations. By appointment only.


110 W. 20th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 646-633-4300;

This famous full-service salon has more designer bridal gowns—including big names such as Dennis Basso and Alita Graham, who both make creations exclusively for the store—than any other store in the world. The salon also carries hundreds of exclusive wedding-invitation designs with custom options (from $2.18 each for a set of 100 cards). By appointment only.

L'Fay Bridal

215 E. 58th St., nr. Third Ave., sixth fl.; 212-671-1051;

These European designers offer an assortment of fairy-tale-worthy gowns made of Alençon and Chantilly laces (from $2,500). Elegant veils and mantillas (starting at $250 for short, $500 for long) are crafted from the same fine materials, so brides can purchase one to match the dress on the spot. Appointments recommended.

Locke Bride

271 Canal St., nr. Broadway, fifth fl.; 646-448-4926;

Lyndsey Butler’s Locke Bride caters to modern brides-to-be looking for that holy grail: a wedding dress she can wear again. Butler’s minimalist gowns are rendered in silk crêpe and range from $400 to $600. They can be purchased only online (returns are free within 30 days), but brides wishing to get a feel for the gowns can try on samples at the studio in Soho. By appointment only. (good value)

Lotus Bridal

1822 Ave. U, at E. 19th St., Sheepshead Bay; 718-332-4385;

This one-stop shop for brides has elegant designer gowns (from $1,000) and bridesmaid dresses (from $180) plus beauty services (day-of hair and makeup for the bride is $400). Featured designers include Maggie Sottero and Allure Bridals. (good value)


182 Duane St., nr. Greenwich St., ground fl.; 212-924-2050;

This Tribeca store houses a gorgeous array of gowns, from understated looks by Elizabeth Dye to classic silhouettes by Anne Barge ($1,500 to $6,000). Accessories, belts, and jewelry range from $50 to $1,000. By appointment only. (good value)

From the Summer 2016 New York Wedding Guide

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