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LOVER Dresses

Hailed by Vogue Magazine as "one of Australia's most famous labels," LOVER began as a humble stall at the Bondi Markets, run by designers Nic Briand and Susien Chong. Their women's dresses combine the romantic and ethereal with the loud and irreverent in what has become a signature style loved the world over. Their gorgeous lace dresses have been worn by names like Miranda Kerr, Jennifer Lopez, and Beyonce, skyrocketing the designers to fame and seeing their acclaimed 10-year anniversary runway show take place at the Sydney Opera House.

LOVER Cocktail Dresses

Women's LOVER cocktail dresses include elegant lace styles, such as the Rosebud asymmetrical dress and the Horizon. Get flirtatious in the Wiccan mini and Eternity lace romper or add a touch of vintage style in the Elizabeth dress.

LOVER Formal Dresses

Want to impress at your next function or event? Then check out women's LOVER formal dresses, such as the Valentine lace dress in white or the Courtney slither dress. For a flowing, whimsical look, opt for the gorgeous Ceremony or Bliss dresses, then get sophisticated in the black Halo fitted dress.

LOVER Pants, Tops and Skirts

In addition to LOVER dresses, it also creates elegant trousers, tops, and skirts to mix and match into your wardrobe. From the floral print Bloom shirt to Solo Flare trousers and Lotus fitted skirts, each piece draws on LOVER's signature style and brand aesthetic.

Themes and Influences

Black lace meets white silk and sharp tailoring in LOVER's collection, creating a contrasting aesthetic that is a key element in the designs. LOVER's influences are showcased in the themes and naming of its dresses, drawing on everything from pre-Raphaelite painters to the English art house actress Charlotte Rampling. It has resulted in an instantly recognisable aesthetic that has seen the brand sought after by fashion boutiques around the world, not to mention its growing number of celebrity fans.

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