Season after season, Paolo Sebastian designer Paul Vasileff seems to strike an effortless balance between classic and unique. Hailing from South Australia, Vasileff launched his first collection in 2007 and quickly became one of the most captivating designers in the industry. Glamorous couture gowns reminiscent of old Hollywood would be enough to get our hearts beating fast, but add ethereal details, delicate boning, and hand sewn appliqué to the mix and we’re taken to a place beyond our wildest bridal gown dreams.
Staying true to the couture moniker, Vasileff consults with each client and offers one-on-one fittings for every handcrafted piece, making for a truly personal and, dare we say, enchanting experience.
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