We have a new obsession and her name is Tara LaTour. This unique designer's latest collection, influenced by the Mumford & Sons song, "After the Storm," is a breath of fresh air in the world of bridal fashion.

"To me, this song and lyrics are about the idea of light and dark; prosperity and hardship; life and death, and how we cannot experience, understand or appreciate one without the other. For me, this exploration into the reflection of life and death really made me draw into the idea of my family and where I come from; their spirit is very much a part of this collection." — Tara LaTour

Our team was lucky enough to witness her designs in action during her exclusive runway show at New York Bridal Fashion Week today. After sitting down and chatting with an absolutely glowing Tara, we can tell you firsthand that her heart and soul are poured into these designs. We absolutely can't wait to see what this incredibly talented designer has in store for the future!

Below are a few photographs of Tara LaTour's phenomenal 2015 Collection:


First off, we absolutely love the off-white color of this dress, along with the lace details and fitted bodice. This one is a stunner.


This metallic beauty is absolutely show-stopping and if you have a great pair of shoes to show off, this is the dress to do it in. Along with it's eye-catching ankle length, this pleated empire gown also features pockets!


We've seen a lot of champagne dresses on the New York Bridal Fashion Week runways but, this ball gown skirt might be one of our favorites. It is flattering in all the right places, especially when paired with this cropped, ruffled halter.


True to Tara LaTour's style, this wedding gown is anything but ordinary. We just can't stop staring at the golden color and art deco-inspired folded pleats on the bodice.


This dress deserves a photo of both the front and the back views. Our eyes are drawn to the long keyhole back and entire shape makes it an ideal gown for dancing the night away in comfort and style.


The crop top trend is here to stay and Tara LaTour has perfected it. The delicate lace triangle top is expertly paired with a blush, ivory dropped waist ball gown. This is a style that we look forward to seeing more of.


We see this dress and immediately think beach wedding! The slightly sheer skirt and ivory silk top would look amazing with an ocean background.


The buttons down this navy blue dress are eye-catching. Not to mention the v-neck cut of the bodice. We just can't look away.


This is another dress that demands to be shown from all angles. The patterned skirt and bow in back has us swooning!

Tara's unique gowns and amazing, trendsetting designs take our breath away. Which one is your favorite?