An Exclusive Lisa Redman Collection at Luella’s Boudoir
August 25, 2010
Nick Tucker sent me just one shot from this amazing shoot, I demanded straight away to see the rest. I had a sneaking suspicion that they would be awesome…and when it comes to things like this it would appear that I’m always right!
The shoot was set up by Nick and
Luella’s Boudoir (fabulous vintage wedding boutique in Wimbledon, London) to showcase the dresses of one of the shop’s favourite and most unique designers, Lisa Redman. I actually fell in love with a Lisa Redman dress myself when I saw some of her creations on the catwalk at Luella’s Boudoir bridal event earlier this year (remember this gorgeous sparkly dress?) so I literally jumped at the chance to share these with you.
This collection of
Lisa Redman dresses are available exclusively from Luella’s Boudoir, Wimbledon. For info or to book an appointment get in touch by dropping Rachel an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Huge thanks to Nick, Rachel at Luella’s Boudoir , Lisa Redman & Model Katherine for sharing these fabulous shots with us today
Nick Tucker Photography
Dresses: Lisa Redman available exclusively from Luella’s Boudoir
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