Margaux’s adventurous exploration produces everything from the bold and wild to ‘dreamy’ and romantic. An original designer bursting onto the bridal scene.

Price range: £3200 – £4900

The collection

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In Margaux's words

How would you describe this season’s collection?

After a long period of covid where we could not leave our home too much, nor take the people we love in our arms … I wanted to make a collection that gives a little warmth and cheerfulness with more couture dresses and a festive shoot in a castle that invites dancing, feasting, afternoon activities… we wanted to celebrate life!


What was the inspiration?

I immersed myself in these great parties like the Oriental ball by Charles de Bestegui, or the black & white by Truman Capote, which have always made me dream for the splendor of their costumes, fabrics, banquets, orchestras … a gold mine of inspiration.

Do you have a favourite dress this year?

I love them all but I really like the Quidam dress which is a strapless geometric lace dress with raffia and Organza ruffles. It is worn with the long-sleeved bolero and its wide ruffled collar.

How would you style it?

Once the bolero is removed, the bustier can be replaced by a statement necklace or a pretty pair of earrings

And more generally, I always like to style the dresses with a long veil or a short veil to complete the silhouette.

What is the quintessential Margaux Tardits bride?

A bride who dares to be different and wear a dress with character. A bride who assumes her femininity and is not afraid to be stunning and sensual on her wedding day!

If you could pick one woman to style, who would it be?

Tilda Swinton or Rooney Mara

Best kept parisian secret?

The identical reproduction of Brancusi’s workshop by Renzo Piano at the Georges Pompidou center (Beaubourg).

Notting Hill


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