Molly Goddard is perhaps best known for her brilliant dresses- the tulle and taffeta extravaganzas which were born in her graduate collection and quickly enamoured women from 16 to 60 years old, later making their infamous television debut on the BBC's Killing Eve. Goddard's dresses are brilliant in part because of their versatility. They're for wearing to a dinner party with your best mates and still being able able to pop to the the corner shop fag in hand à la Edie Campbell S/S 18 without feeling the slightest bit overdressed. But they're also wonderfully suited to a trip down the aisle.
Goddard's designs make the perfect alternative to the traditional wedding dress, and the past few years have seen brides fashioning main line Molly Goddard designs into garb for their own special day. Friends of the designer, such as model Agyness Deyn, have also dazzled in custom designs. Now comes what we've all been waiting for- Molly Goddard Bridal. Whether you're a bride to be or never plan on getting married at all, these dresses will have you swooning.
The custom 12 piece collection draws upon Molly Goddard staple silhouettes, such as the 'Sadie' dress which offers a take on Campbell's 'Dorca' dress, with it's wonderful asymmetric waistline and gathered taffeta skirt. The 'Simona' caters to the princess wedding fantasy with its voluminous tulle skirt, whilst the ivory taffeta 'Everly' and 'Aidah', a cotton shirt dress, veer even further from expectations.
Made to order in UK dress sizes, designs are available in range of fabrics and colours. Brides will be able to adapt the designs to make them more simple or more elaborate, choosing how far from tradition they might dare to veer. If that's not special enough, brides may also enquire for made to measure and bespoke options. Dress prices range from £1,800, up to £10,000 and are available now.