Designer Mimi Prober continued her love affair with lace and embroidery as she presented her collection at the New York Fashion Week.
Take a look at some of her mind-blowing creations.
A model walks down the ramp in a stunning hand embroidered gown in lace, with a veil. Is this how the designer pictures the modern-day bride?
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The designer introduced patchwork lace pants in her collection. Through a zero-waste philosophy, each piece is created by hand with one of a kind placement that highlights the individual history and story.
A model dressed in a gown made of botanically dyed antique laces dating from the 18th century to early 20th centuries.
Black was the dominant colour on the runway and the designer also played with other subdued tones like ivory and beige.
Blacks made way for ivory on the runway.
The designer teamed lace separates with ready-to-wear pieces too.
A model dressed from head to toe in lace.
The models step onstage for the closing act.