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Eye Candy: The New MiaMia Collection By Alan Hannah

November 13th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Windflower and Rosemary

Windflower & Rosemary

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Alan Hannah really is the most lovely bridal designer around.  Not only did he dress me for my own wedding, but he always keeps Brides Up North updated with his latest news, fashion events and to die for bridal collections.  Alan got in touch personally to ask if I would like to feature the new collection by his diffusion label MiaMia.  Obviously, it was a no brainer. 

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I defy you not to fall in love!

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Alan says: From bohemian and vintage extravagance to super cool classics with a twist, the new MiaMia collection builds on the the success of last season with a vision which takes inspiration from such diversity as our passion for the romantic indulgence of the pre Raphaelites, to the razor sharp wit and style sensibility of Mad Men.

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The MiaMia collection is being sent out to our retailers as we speak. Highlights include; Clematis with its romantic and dramatic plunging back with beautiful appliquéd lace; Lantana made in delicate silk chiffon and Tamara – all clean lines and elegant 50’s tailoring.

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Dahlia

Dahlia

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Dahlia is a really sophisticated silk duchesse dress with a beautiful silk and organza tiered neckline and delicately beaded belt.

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Dahlia

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Clematis

Clematis

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Clematis is pure understated drama. Beautiful and unusual applique lace with an eye catching plunging back and such a lovely fit.

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Clematis

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Edelweiss

Edelweiss

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Edelweiss is a fashion forward silk chiffon dress with beautifully styled silk ruffles on the top sleeve.

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Edelweiss

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Lantana

Lantana

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Silk chiffon dress with fabulous draping which recalls the days of real silver screen drama. 

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Oleander

Oleander

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Oleander has a beautifully beaded French corded lace bodice and a silk organza skirt. The dress is pictured with its own optional shrug jacket which is designed to give a lovely peephole effect at the back.

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Oleander and Cornflower

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Cornflower

Cornflower

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Cornflower is all about a sophisticated silhouette and A line elegance . Cornflower has optional belts and sashes to enable you to customise according to your own personality and colour scheme.

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Lily of the Valley

Lily Of The Valley

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Beautiful romantic full skirted silk organza gown with optional beaded neckline. 

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Lily of the Valley

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Lily of the Valley

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Mulberry and Briar

Mulberry & Briar

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Mulberry is a slim lace dress. The lace has the most delicate and beautiful applique flowers and a lovely sweetheart neckline.  Briar is a dramatic empire line gown with tulle skirt trimmed with applique flowers.

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Mulberry and Briar

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Rosemary

Rosemary

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Rosemary has a lace bodice with beautiful sheer sleeves with a flowing satin skirt.

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Windflower

Windflower

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Windflower is a lace column dress full of understated elegance.

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Tamara and Holly

Tamara & Holly

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Tamara is a stunning 50′s style classic made in duchesse satin with satin belt to give a fantastic slim silhouette. Holly is a fashion forward slim column dress in tiered silk organza with hand beaded belt.

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Tamara and Holly

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Visit the MiaMia website to see more and find your nearest stockist. 

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  – Images © 2012 MiaMia

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Julia Braime
Former lawyer and bride to be Julia founded Brides Up North in 2010 with a chip on her shoulder. Frustrated by the poor Northern presence in glossy bridal magazines and online, she decided to do something about it herself. Astounded by the rapid growth of her blog and brand, Julia now manages Brides Up North’s online content alongside their busy wedding exhibition season, industry events and related commissions. And she’s always, always, got a new project on the go…

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