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Stone Fox Bride's Molly Guy built a business on offering brides-to-be cool alternatives to the cupcake dress. So it makes sense that Guy teamed up with Honor's Giovanna Randall—a designer she describes as "punk rock romantic" to Vogue—on a capsule collection of wedding gowns, available now through April 2015.
The designs—which start at $1,250 for a top, and reach five-digit territory—combine Guy's "Let's get married in a yurt!" ethos with Randall's more prim aesthetic, resulting in '50s prom dresses overlaid with laser-cut daisies and high-necked Picnic-at-Hanging-Rock-style gowns with a sexy (backless!) twist.
· Stone Fox Bride [Official Site]
· Stone Fox Bride's Molly Guy Talks Wedding Gowns and Shamans [Racked NY]