The Newest Bridal Fashion Launches and Collaborations to Know Right Now

From engagement rings to luxury handbags, these are the launches you'll want to start shopping as soon as possible.

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As Brides editors, we're always on the hunt for the best launches and collaborations throughout the wedding industry. Lucky for us, there's never a shortage of items available—from seasonal jewelry to designer partnerships—especially in the realm of fashion, beauty, and accessories. And while it can be time-consuming to sort through every notable product release, we decided to take on the challenge and do the hard work for you.

Ahead, read on for the newest fashion launches and collaborations available to shop now. We'll be sure to frequently update this list, so don't forget to regularly check in to see what's trending in the world of bridal fashion.

MADELINE Premier Collection

Two Brides in White Wedding Dresses with Blue Accents by MADELINE Premier Collection

Photo by Walter Chin

Madeline Gardner, the New York City-based bridal fashion designer behind Morilee, Madeline Gardner Signature, and Julietta, launched the MADELINE Premier Collection on February 17, 2023. This drop features 18 brand-new silhouettes, all of which Gardner says were inspired by her desire to take "high fashion to bridal with couture styling." From voluminous ball gowns to figure-hugging sheaths, there's something for everyone in Gardner's latest line—including unexpected pops of color in the form of blue gowns or accents.

LAKE Bridal

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With all the excitement surrounding wedding dress shopping, many brides often forget to consider another crucial day-of look: a robe and pajamas. That's why, LAKE, a brand focused on providing elevated and comfortable loungewear, has released a collection of bridal robes, nightgowns, lounge sets, and dresses, all expertly crafted and designed to help brides get ready on the big day. Also, in an effort to help ease the stress of wedding planning, the brand has also launched its own Bridal Concierge, which provides a personal shopper, a curated assortment of items to buy, and exclusive access to new launches before they're released to the public.

The Bella Rosa Collection

white satin oval clutch

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Created from a desire to honor her grandparent's love story, and to spotlight over 100 years of family tradition, The Bella Rosa Collection is a luxury line of bespoke bridal and evening clutches and handbags that preserve Italian luxury. Brides who shop from Bella Rosa have the ability to personally inscribe a personal message, or "love letter", inside their bag (by way of an engraved plaque), lending each purchase to be one that is at once sentimental and heirloom-worthy.

Loeffler Randall Bridal

white platform heels

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Celebrity-approved brand, Loeffler Randall, has finally released a collection specifically dedicated to brides! Featuring an assortment of new and classic styles, the line brings a fresh and modern take to practical, easy-to-wear, and beautiful wedding day shoes. "I think a lot of brides choose [Loeffler Randall] on their special day because they feel like themselves in our styles—they feel comfortable in their skin and comfortable to wear these heels all day long," the designer shared with Brides. "It is possible to wear something so special and stunning and still be smiling at the end of the night!"

A leader in luxury footwear, Stuart Weitzman adds another accessory to its portfolio with its newest collection of handbags. "For the new handbag collection, we wanted to focus on special occasion handbags inspired by the same fashion and comfort codes of our shoes—but make them so emotional that our customer would want to wear them no matter what she has on," shares Edmundo Castillo, head of design, in a press release. "We were so intentional about every element." The line of party bags includes totes and a variety of clutches, the ultimate statement pieces for a bold and daring bridal wardrobe.

Rag & Co

White Embellished Bow High Heel Mules

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Rag & Co. is the latest brand to take a journey down the aisle, curating a line of comfortable and sustainable shoes for today's brides. While there are many wedding shoe brands available today, this collection stands out for its modern iterations of bridal footwear and its assortment of options for everyone in the wedding party (including the mother of the bride!). Rag & Co.'s shoes also come at an amazing price point, starting at $60.99 for select styles.

Are you struggling to find affordable bridalwear pieces for your wedding day events? If yes, then Second Look just might be the solution you need. Founded by a former real bride, this wedding resale platform is a socially-driven marketplace that allows brides and bridesmaids to find, buy, and sell new and preloved looks. It also serves as a sustainable solution to single-wear items, especially when it comes to bridal party attire which is notoriously never worn again after the big day.

VRAI x Brides

VRAI x Brides portrait

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If you haven't already heard, Brides recently collaborated with VRAI, a leader in lab-grown diamonds, to create a collection of gorgeous fine jewelry pieces for couples everywhere. The collab features 14 engagement rings, wedding bands, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets that are perfectly curated for every wedding occasion. What's more, the diamonds are sustainably made in VRAI’s zero-emission foundry, and are set in recycled solid gold for a look you can feel good about wearing.

Larroudé x LoveShackFancy

floral print platform heels

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Larroudé x LoveShackFancy's newest collaboration is certainly a collection to have on your radar. LoveShackFancy's signature floral print patterns are effortlessly fused with Larroudé's modern footwear designs, creating a line that exemplifies modern romance. The capsule features seven new shoes, ranging from platform heels to cowboy-inspired boots, and we can absolutely see brides with fun and flirty aesthetics sporting these styles on the big day.

Katherine Tash Bridal Ready-to-Wear

model wearing a white two piece outfit

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Bridal ready-to-wear attire has become increasingly popular, as it gives brides the option to purchase a designer ensemble for a fraction of the price. That's why, Katherine Tash's newest collection makes the list as a launch to know. The line features 12 looks, ranging from mini to midi dresses and separates, plus a scope of styles that are perfect for any occasion (weddings and beyond).

Alexis Bittar Lucite Quad Handbag

three handbags with croc embossed designs in gold, white, and black

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Alexis Bittar's newest handbag collection is full of pieces we expect to see in many bridal wardrobes. Titled "Lucite Quad", each bag features a hand-carved and hand-polished clear Lucite handle, topped with 14k gold plated details. It's a statement and versatile accessory that can be worn long after you say "I do."

CliqOnU Bridal

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CliqOnU is the latest brand to modernize the nail space, with its newest bridal collection of press-on nails. If you're someone who'd prefer to skip a visit to the nail salon, this line has got you covered with over 10 designs specifically curated for brides. Beyond having gorgeous nails, CliqOnU is also a women-founded brand, PETA-approved, and they only use reusable, recyclable, and non-toxic materials. Additionally, 10% of their net sales go towards initiatives to help fight human trafficking.

BHLDN x Cushnie Bridal

floor-length one-shoulder wedding gown with an asymmetrical cut out on the bodice


Fashion designer Carly Cushnie teamed up with BHLDN to a create collection worthy to be celebrated. The 10-piece bridal line highlights her signature tailoring and modern design aesthetics, and includes everything from floor-legnth gowns to mini blazer dresses. The best part, though, is that the collab is completely affordable with each look coming in at under $1,400.

Paris Hilton Fragrances "Love Rush"

perfume bottle shaped in the silhouette of paris hilton's body

Paris Hilton Fragrances

To celebrate her recent wedding anniversary, Paris Hilton launched her 29th fragrance, "Love Rush". The perfume is a replica of the scent she custom-created for her nuptials to Carter Reum, and was officially launched exactly one year after she said "I do." According to Hilton's website, the floral fragrance has notes of Italian bergamot, lush gardenia, sandalwood, and vanilla orchid, and was "inspired by the sentiments of true love."

Trove "Love Stories" Ring Box

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If you need a quality ring box for your engagement ring or wedding band, look no further than Trove's newest bridal collection. These boxes are expertly handcrafted and feature lacquer finishes, delicate gold effect inlays, and suede-like interiors. They also come in single and double-ring sizes, with the option to choose between royal red, creamy mint, and pure white hues.

Nasty Gal Bridal

bride in leather jacket and mini tulle wedding dress

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Cool girl brides rejoice! Nasty Gal, an e-commerce retailer dedicated to contemporary shoppers, has released a new bridal collection full of unconventional, trendy, and wedding-worthy styles. According to the brand, they're "ripping up the rulebook [and] trading something old in favor of something new." The line features pieces detailed in feathers, pearls, and rhinestones, with a variety of styles suitable for bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, after parties, and so much more.

Gigi Burris x The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua

straw hat

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In partnership with The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua, Gigi Burris Millinery recently launched a capsule collection, perfectly curated for honeymoon travels. The six-piece line has a variety of unique designs, each one inspired by the natural beauty of Maui. Another noteworthy detail? The resort-inspired hats are handcrafted in New York City and made with conscious slow production practices.

A.L.C Bridal

cut-out wedding dress

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For brides-to-be with modern and sophisticated aesthetics, A.L.C.'s latest ready-to-wear bridal collection is one you should know. Featuring an assortment of styles—from crisp white suits to mini dresses and floor-sweeping gowns—the brand notes that it's a line for someone looking for an "amazing courthouse look, elopement, or for all the celebratory in-between moments like rehearsals, showers, etc."

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