The 2011 Collection, In Amy's Words

Amy Kuschel Juniper

For our 2011 Collection, I was inspired by San Francisco, this great city that we call home.

I tapped into vintage and modern aspects of San Francisco's architecture and history.      A city that is complex and layered, indulgent yet compassionate.  She's sophisticated and contemporary, romantic and balanced. The heart of our 2011 collection is filled with San Francisco

You'll find architectural layering in Valencia, Juniper, and Poppy... with a hint of 1920's flapper appeal in these sassy, statuesque styles.

Lucky is layered with silk organza.  Dramatic, yet sheer, almost organic.  A $50 donation will go to the San Francisco SPCA with each Lucky bride's order.

Harkening back to the early 1900's while watching “San Francisco”, a 1936 dramatic film about life as a singer in a new city, character Mary Blake would look quite glamorous in our silk charmeuse Belvedere gown. 

Fresh and flirtatious, our 1950's inspired tea-length Paige gown is positively charming,  while Eureka! demands attention with her full tulle skirt and graceful fitted bodice. 

Tie the knot in Napa or Sonoma in a winning wine country silhouette! Fabricated in lustrous, silk satin organza, these grand styles are decorated with hand made silk flower appliques. 

Fillmore and Octavia are sexy and sophisticated for our city bride.  Light enough for summer, dramatic enough for a ballroom or the City Club.  Stunning and majestic.

With a hint of decadence, Larkin and Larkspur are topped off with beautifully beaded and artfully ribboned French lace bodices.  Indulgent, classic, and contemporary. 

Our Belden gown could saunter into the French quarter with confidence.  Silk Satin organza draped and wrapped with a modern pick-up skirt...c'est la vie!

I hope you enjoy our 2011 collection as much as we enjoyed creating it for you!

With ♥ from San Francisco,

Amy