The House Of Ollichon Launches Stunning Range

The House of Ollichon are a firm favourite here at The Select Bride. We love their dress-less designs which are perfect for the modern bride who is looking for something different, but oh so special, for their big day.

Weddings these days are quite rightly very individual…

Recently celebrating their 1st birthday, The House Of Ollichon have a lot to be happy about. Their original collection of luxury jumpsuits and gorgeous separates won them the coveted Best Newcomer at the British Wedding Awards. They have also had many celebrity endorsements, including Kristen Taekman from Real Housewives raving about the Drakeford, Flavia from Strictly rocking the Kay jumpsuit and scores of brides over the world enjoying their designs from UK, to USA and even Australia!

The House Of Ollichon Wedding Collection


Hannah Ollichon founded the The House Of Ollichon in 2015 after her own wedding…“A big dress seemed too fussy for Islington Town Hall and then the pub but I still wanted something special. There was nothing out there for the ‘chilled’ bride that bridged the gap between high street and big bridal

“I think more and more brides are moving away from ‘traditional’ full stop. Weddings these days are quite rightly very individual, they are more about the couple, their story and how they want to celebrate rather than the traditional format. There are so many more weddings abroad, registry office celebrations which end up in the pub or weddings designed like a party and there are very few bridal pieces that have evolved along with this wedding trend.”

The House Of Ollichon Wedding Collection


The second collection showcases several updated designs with three new jumpsuits, flattering halter necks, contemporary laces and athletic crop-tops.

Appointments are available in their private suite at the Hoxton Hotel, London   ( on the last Friday and Saturday of each month, providing a unique and stylish boutique experience. To book at appointment click here.

Prices start at £140 ranging up to £800. The House Of Ollichon




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