1 of 9
Perhaps the most heart-stopping moment of the entire week was Murad's shimmering gold wedding gown inspired by Arabian folktale One Thousand and One Nights.
2 of 9
This navy number is star-crossed love in dress form, with it's floaty tulle body and gold sequin embellishment.
4 of 9
Jean Paul Gaultier
Gaultier titled this collection "61 Façons de Se Dire Oui," which translates to 61 Ways to Say Yes. This silver bustier and denim short plus tulle skirt number is certainly a creative one.
5 of 9
Anna Cleveland is just the kind of blushing bride we want to be. The crystal-encrusted embellishment on this crazy-gorgeous dress calls to mind childhood classic The Rainbow Fish and we want ALL of the scales.
6 of 9
Oh, the things we'd do to slink around in one of Vauthier's high-wattage numbers. The head-to-toe, jewel-toned crystals are begging for some serious face time with a disco ball.
7 of 9
File this under things we wouldn't want to wear while walking down the grocery aisle. All we can do is marvel at Rolland's long-sleeve satin ball gown with its out-of-this-world 3D lace belt.
8 of 9
Giorgio Armani knows just how to show off his sense of finesse, as demonstrated by this exquisite organza dress with its eye-popping royal blue hue and intricate bamboo-print embroidery.
9 of 9
Fingers crossed that Donatella Versace has single-handedly changed the figure skating costume game forever. While you can't exactly carve ice in this floor-length number, it begs for an ice queen.
10 of 9
The billowing tulle veil, glittering peplum top, and train adorned with tropical flowers...Karl Lagerfeld knows just how to turn the classic white wedding gown on its head.
This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io
More From Fashion