Sydney Bridal designer day with Tanya Anic

Get the total look for you and your wedding day at a one on one appointment with Sydney bridal designer Tanya Anic on Saturday February 25, 2017.

Choose from exquisite luxe- lace and chic, contemporary gowns, designed with flattering structure and fashion features reminiscent of the most memorable designer classics.

Fashions by Farina with Tanya Anic Bridal invite you to this one day special event to discover your best bridal gown style and shape to create the perfect statement silhouette.

Designed to feel beautiful and comfortable, the Delphina bridal gown by Tanya Anic, features soft fabric, a structured sweetheart bodice, illusion neckline, cinched waist and overlay of intricate lace for ultra-feminine-chic.

As part of Bridal Designer Day on Saturday, February 25, 2017, Tanya Anic and Fashions by Farina offer you an event price for your Tanya Anic bridal gown when you place your order.

Phone or email to confirm your time with Bridal Designer Tanya Anic at Fashions by Farina
Floor 3 -Shop 1/428 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000.

Places are limited- phone 02 9222 2933 or email bridal@fashionsbyfarina.com.au

Tanya welcomes the opportunity to bring the best of design, fabric and feel to create the ultimate wedding dress to express the best version of you on your day.  

Santorini dream dress

Azure blue reminds me of the island of Santorini with endless summer sun and fabulous depths of rich blue, gem-like shades, reflected in the sea and surroundings.

A popular destination for the bride and groom, Santorini has etched a place in the hearts and minds of many newly-weds, and for many reasons.

The iconic imagery of white-washed walls against a sunlit sky with brilliant blue domes, archways and winding stairs is the type of landscape that beckons romance, peace and soulful serenity.

Blue Santorini gown by Tanya Anic

What is it about the many facets of blue that so inspires?

It seems there is a collective universal language associated to the hues of blue through time.

Described in scripture as part of the finest adornments for priests and kings an indigo blue, known as tekhelet was produced from shellfish to dye clothing. Worn by royalty and associated to loyalty, authority and faithfulness, the replication of the colour blue has an interesting history.

According to Scientist Marc Walton, Blue was the first man-made pigment. Derived from ground gemstone lapis lazuli it was used in eye make-up in ancient Egypt and is seen in many world renown paintings and artefacts.

Author Ravi Mangla describes, how the ultramarine pigment “was more precious than gold” causing Renaissance artists, including Michelangelo to sought innovative ways of application to create their great works.

Walton explains, it’s rarity and cost was the driving force for innovation in replicating the brilliant blue with synthetics. This is possibly why we should consider the foundation and meanings of the multiple shades of blue and the way it is woven into our lives through nature, art, fashion and architecture.

According to Mangla, the ultimate blue or ultramarine translates to, “beyond the sea”. A description in itself that suggests the discovery of new hope in unchartered places.

Today many enriched blue pigments including ultramarine, cobalt, and cerulean are produced with various methods using plants, minerals and synthetics.

Photographer Carla Coulson, captures an ethereal vision of the timeless hue in this custom-designed, silk organza gown by Tanya Anic.

The classic fitted bodice with soft, flowing layers reflects the many meanings of blue beyond light and depth for the ultimate, lasting impression.

Photography Carla Coulson

Photography Carla Coulson

To find out how you can wear your exclusive, custom-designed gown for your next event contact Tanya Anic for an appointment.

Photography Carla Coulson
Custom Design Gown Tanya Anic

 

 

Love the Lace

It was a case of love at first sight when discovering the laces to feature in the latest Tanya Anic bridal gown collection.

Dressing royals, clergy, actors and aristocrats alike, lace has held a prominent place in the fashion wardrobe of great men and women through the centuries. The timeless tradition of lace-work itself dates back more than 500 years, and now with a fresh interpretation, the latest Tanya Anic designs draw on the most chic, glamourous and regal patterns of the times to create bridal gowns of distinction.

"It brings a sense of occasion in itself knowing the gown you wear on your wedding day is made with a touch of historical significance.”

Naturally we had to capture images of this wearable art and with gratitude to a dedicated team we have a glimpse of how these fine laces may add an exclusive attribute to your dream dress.

Credit goes to photographer Grant Sparkes-Carroll; Makeup artist Liv Lundelius and floral accessories by Purdy in Bloom. Along with Chadwick model Bronte and a small team of fashionistas we celebrated the day in perfect light and luxury surroundings.

If you are planning your wedding day and looking for a gown to look and feel amazing, please contact me to experience the elegance of lace in vintage- inspired creations from the Tanya Anic bridal gown collection.

 

 

 

Bride to Be -Newcastle

Calling all brides in search for the perfect bridal gown, this is your chance to get inspiration from the latest Tanya Anic bridal collection 

If you live in or around the Hunter region, I would love to meet with you to discuss your style options for your wedding day. I will be at Simple Elegance boutique, Newcastle on Saturday, October 17, for one day only.

Issy bridal gown design by Tanya Anic

We can select the best design to suit you from a range of sophisticated bridal gowns reminiscent of classical, ballroom, romantic, bohemian and vintage styles.

Tanya Anic bridal gown designs are crafted from our Sydney showroom in Double Bay with imported and local fabrics, lace, crystal and bead embellishments.

The collection includes Art Deco glamour seen in hand-beaded Zelda; beach side nuptials captured in Wild Daisy with layers of tulle and cascades of tiny flowers and the romance of vintage- style, illusion necklines in Blythe and Luce Del Sole.

The latest exquisite lace bridal gown design collection will also be available, including the elegant, Summer bridal gown and the boho-music-inspired Melody.

To celebrate “Designer Day” Tanya Anic Bridal with Simple Elegance Boutique will offer you a special bridal gift when you place your order.

 Book your place now to secure your time for "Designer Day" in Newcastle and see your perfect wedding dress turn into reality.

Times are limited for Saturday October, 17th, 2015
Phone 02 49614844 Email: info@simpleeleganceboutique.com.au

Fields of Gold

Gold is one of the most alluring hues in the palette this season, bringing a sun-kissed glow to the skin and hair. It also holds a special place in the history of fashion, often worn by royalty, this shade and all things gold radiates a bold –luxe statement.

Featured in the latest issue of Bride to Be, this Tanya Anic Daisy design is all about fun. Reflecting the warmth of the sun in this champagne silk, sheer sleeve, illusion neckline and embellished with applique of scattered little daisies.

Whether it is for the country retreat or beach side wedding this feminine design certainly makes a statement.

Photography Trevor King for DLM
Makeup Nicola Abela for Reload
Accessories Masai and Kookai

Designer Day-Newcastle

We can select the best bridal gown design to give you that memorable silhouette detailed with subtle embellishment to celebrate everything unique about you.

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