New Andrea Hawkes Wedding Dresses


Beginning her career at a bridal boutique, Andrea Hawkes launched her namesake brand "both with the brides' individual journey and the technical understanding of couture wedding dresses," as noted on her website. Her attention to detail, coupled with her contemporary and simplistic designs, has made her a go-to brand for brides everywhere—including celebrities like Elizabeth Lail.

Most notable, Hawkes embeds an important key element within all her dresses: sustainability. "Brides are ever more conscious of the sustainable approach to their wedding and their dress," shares the designer. "We work with natural silks and certified vegan fabrics, produce our dresses in-house in London with our own team to ensure we are offering both the highest luxury and the most sustainable dresses. "

Ahead, the latest collection from Andrea Hawkes.

Andrea Hawkes 2022

In a statement released by the brand, the Together 2022 collection "is a celebration of weddings, of our family and friends, and our renewed spirit for unity. Paired with the uniqueness and understated flamboyance of our brides, with ever-sharpened focus on our couture design, fabrics, signature fit, and shape. Introducing 10 new designs, designed and made in London from natural silk fabrics. New French lace designs, textured silk fabrics, and pleated silk details. â€˜Together’ is designed and made with sustainability at its core. Our sustainability approaches and targets continue to be honest and transparent. Sustainability is circular and all aspects have to be considered and aligned to work. We continue to communicate our approach and practices to our brides." Take a look below.

In accordance with our diversity pledge, it's our duty to note that at the time of publishing, this brand/designer did not include BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) in their 2022 campaign imagery. We have since reached out to this brand/designer to encourage them to include BIPOC imagery in not only this season’s campaign but in future campaigns as well.

Cassidy

The Cut: Long-sleeve A-line gown

The Material: Heavyweight sand-washed marocaine

The Wow Factor: The elegant simplicity of the design

Corin

The Cut: Long-sleeve A-line gown

The Material: Heavyweight sand-washed marocaine

The Wow Factor: The subtle middle spilt

Juniper

The Cut: Sleeveless A-line gown

The Material: Heavyweight marocaine

The Wow Factor: The open back and pleated skirt

Olsen

The Cut: A jumpsuit

The Material: Heavyweight sand-washed marocaine

The Wow Factor: The daring bridal jumpsuit design

Sol

The Cut: A-line gown

The Material: Mediumweight marocaine and French lace

The Wow Factor: The sheer lace paneling on the bodice

Brie

The Cut: A-line gown

The Material: Heavyweight marocaine and mediumweight satin

The Wow Factor: The modern and contemporary design

Lotus

The Cut: Long sleeve A-line gown

The Material: Heavyweight marocaine and French lace

The Wow Factor: The lace sleeves

Boudicca

The Cut: Long sleeve A-line gown

The Material: Heavyweight marocaine and French lace

The Wow Factor: The high-neck collar

Saffron

The Cut: Corset midi dress

The Material: Silk organza and French lace

The Wow Factor: The midi hemline and corset bodice

Phoenix

The Cut: A-line gown

The Material: Heavyweight marocaine and silk chiffon

The Wow Factor: The flutter sleeves and train

Moon

The Cut: Bridal jacket

The Material: Cotton, silk mix, and silk lining

The Wow Factor: The front button details

Logan

The Cut: Bridal jacket

The Material: French lace and silk organza

The Wow Factor: The balloon sleeves

Wisley

The Cut: Bridal jacket

The Material: French lace

The Wow Factor: The embroidered leaf detailing

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