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‘Jeune Bridal’ is the new higher end label out of the design house of the Madi Lane Bridal Group. Globally renowned for redefining the mainstream bridal look in the industry, Madi Lane burst onto the worldwide bridal stage in 2018, quickly fashioning a strong following by contemporary brides and retailers alike. Gaining in momentum, a sister label Evie Young Bridal was born and now ‘Jeune’, designed for the impeccably stylish and refined takes her place centre stage. 

Another brainchild of Australian designer, Liz Young, ‘Jeune Bridal’ is lovingly named for Liz’s grandmother, June – the epitome of style and elegance. Meaning ‘young’ in French, Jeune is double entendre of her inspired roots and youthful passion for something new and exciting.  ‘Jeune’ is an exploration of the contemporary bride, in classic grandeur and punctuated with couture inspired touches. She is the unexpected with curated maximalism and artfully sculpted silhouettes, with unapologetic decadence designed to enhance the beauty of modern brides.

Sedona C3019 12 Lr
London C3009 123 Lr


FALL 2023 

One. The beginning. The arrival One. The beginning. The arrival. Jeune Bridal makes her debut on the global stage with her first signature collection – ‘One’. Curated thoughtfully and intentionally, ‘One’ is representative of Jeune Bridal’s intrinsic luxury approach to bridal and is an alluring symphony of refinement and high fashion aesthetic destined for the grandest of venues. Sophisticated and elevated at her core, her gowns whisper luxury with gilded accents and delicate touches.

Abounding in modern femininity and created with consideration, ‘One’ presents 21 intricate and extravagant gowns that evoke elegance with an element of dramatic flair. Fusing the classic and the chic, three dimensional opulent textures, sleek silhouettes and architecturally sculpted skirts and shapes are featured, all reminiscent of red carpets and runways.

Expect the unexpected with curated maximalism in ‘One’.