Stewart Parvin has been at the forefront of couture British fashion and bridal wear for the last 20 years and in 2007 was granted a Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen.
Renowned for his gowns of outstanding quality and cut, Stewart has led the way creating his signature glamorous yet understated collections employing traditional couture techniques in his London studio where he both designs and creates. Stewart oversees a small specialist team to create each and every piece – some of whom have been working with Stewart since the beginning! It’s a real heritage business, and one that has a deeply rooted commitment to UK manufacture and the nurturing of skilled and specialist experts.
Stewart’s work incorporates a diverse collection of both subtle corsetry and unstructured shapes creating natural, yet striking silhouettes. His exquisite tailoring and immaculate fit are second to none and will complement your shape and highlight your personal style. His use of the finest fabrics sourced from all over Europe, and his attention to detail in construction, are always of paramount importance to his collections.
Less is definitely more for the Stewart Parvin bride: with the aesthetic being clean, chic and sleek, our brides are confident enough to pull off that understated look that has been crafted for them by hand. Everything is chosen with the client in mind, every pattern is perfected with a view to making the most of the bride, both in terms of fit, and maintaining Stewart’s strong design aesthetic.
Stewart studied at Edinburgh College of Art before continued training under the acclaimed couturier Donald Campbell and has fast become one of fashion’s best kept and exclusive secrets. Stewart then launched his own collection in 1995, an event marked by the opening of his first London boutique. Today, it houses his womenswear collection, whilst bridal wear has its own flagship store on Beauchamp Place.
A collection of wedding gowns is also available at a selection of hand-picked independent bridal retailers throughout the United Kingdom, and internationally as far afield as New Zealand and Japan.