Glamour Hunter showcased SS19 at Fashions Finest during London Fashion Week 15th - 16th September 2018.
Styling Team: Lola Royle, Kim Able, David Johnson, Maryanne Alabi
Makeup Team: Academy of Freelance Makeup Artists
Hair Team: R&Co
Nails: Julie Bryant
Photographer: Joanna Mitroi
Glamour Hunter is the definition of high fashion that masters the art of creating handmade couture outfits.
Textured, romantic and incredibly unique, the Glamour Hunter collections celebrate the feminine figure in a sophisticated, majestic and elegant way.
Glamour Hunter specialized in Haute Couture and Prêt-à-porter, you can find wedding dresses, evening dresses as well as a prêt-a-porter commercial clothing line, all embellished with creativity, precision and sophistication made from high-quality, expensive fabric and sewn with extreme attention to detail.
The collection is characterized by 3 lines:
The ALPHA line with enchanting details, exquisite laces and flowered embroidery that give the dresses a dreamlike quality taking you back to the 19th century.
The BETTA line offering a large variety of evening dresses that flatter your body in perfect gracefulness. The collections elegantly take you away to a place of serenity making them versatile for both vintage and contemporary occasions.
If you want to stand out from the crowd, The GAMMA Line embraces classical with modern pieces, in an explosion of colours, ideal for a ceremony, but also for any other occasion, elegant, a cocktail or a gala dinner.
Glamour Hunter's collections are a visual feast of finely crafted attire, perfectly tailored to adorn your beautiful physic and reveal your inner goddess.
Glamour Hunter designs magnificence and luxurious accessories and jewellery collections, specially created with superlative quality, also inspired by the Victorian era, made to complement your dress. These elegant designs are the culmination of the finest talent and the height of luxury.
Each piece of jewellery is designed with originality, exuding sophistication, managing to transmute you back in the Renaissance era where opulence was the main tendency.