Designers are dreaming of a new look for the bride to be married next year, with the latest bridal show expressing emerging ideas and previewing the style of the future.
For those almost completely transparent bars, a few strategically placed brides with embroidered or lace embellishments, these brides will feel relieved.
Next year’s major bride trend is clearly more demure, turning to a timeless style. One of the key aspects is long-sleeved robes, and no doubt, such as Miranda Kerr celebrity image, she married in July wearing a long-sleeved Dior wedding dress.
Hitched! Designers such as Bridal St Patrick’s Studios, Limor Rosen and Temperley Bridal interpret this look on their own terms, using lace, embroidery and beading to create fantastic effects and add dramatic billowing sleeves.
The Reem Acra, launched at the Trinity Bridal, complemented by a long sleeved silk Mikado party called “Glamorous”, set the tone for the bride’s new look. Think of fluid fabrics and romantic silhouettes, not the hot, burly robes of recent years.
Designers such as Monique Lhuillier and Vera Wang at the Central Wedding are also moving in luxurious and luxurious ball gowns, using lighter materials on the skirt, giving a softer, fantastic silhouette and giving the bride more freedom walk around.
The robe with the corset adds a sexy silhouette to the silhouette of a woman, rekindles with designers such as Limor Rosen, in stark contrast to a simple crepe dress, and Vera Wang gives her a brand identity, with Monique Lhuillier Her elegant and romantic style reinterpreted
“This Elizabethan detail adds a retro-style modern style and also offers more support and a bra structure that highlights the curve,” said Caroline Week, a co-founder of Central Wedding.
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Now that the shawl is already on the outskirts of the wedding dress, it will appear to be a full-fledged design feature appearing in designer studios such as St. Patrick’s Studios while others such as Ines di Santo and Galia Lahav at the Trinity Bride, Flower and Lace applique details a pair of tulle cape.
While the previous cloak may be a complement to the wedding dress, this time it is fully integrated and often made of the same material and attached or sometimes made of different fabrics and can be removed.
“Stained-gauze shawls at St Patrick’s Studios serve as a good substitute for the veil – you get the same, but sleek look,” said Dchedhan Trang, founder of Hitched. bride. “The exterior is actually quite luxurious, the best, it is removable, and you can delete it after the ceremony.”
Details are everything when it comes to bridal gowns and other topics, including the continuation of ribbons, frills and bows that began to emerge last season and to beautify dresses in the latest ways.
Windmill! The bride also appeared oversized details, under the dramatic twinkling effects of designers such as Augusta Jones and David Fielden, while at the same time, Way, let Marchesa girls fashion, the traditional silhouette into a stylish look.
Bodysuit in bridal and fashion crosses is another emerging trend to appeal to brides who want a more relaxed and stylish look than a traditional wedding dress.
“Not everyone is fit to wear a white Long Gown Dress, we always say that wedding should be a personal style upgrade.” Trang said: “Jumpsuit is a suitable choice for brides who dare to be different fashion conscious.
Meanwhile, the latest collection, designed by designer Noel Chu, is inspired by the spring garden, showing a soft, romantic silhouette and flow patterns that appear in international collections. Satin, satin, gauze and other fabrics, with a transparent layer and exquisite embroidery mixed together, each material “reflects the rich texture and morphology, supplemented by detailed lace and hand embellishment,” said.
The bride in Hong Kong can also look forward to having a new design hit the boutiques in the coming months.
Elie Saab Bridal, best known for his luxurious fabrics and decadent embroidery, will become Trinity Bridal’s sole agent, while the wave of Israeli designers continues.
Audella Bridal, one of the first boutiques to introduce Berta, Inbal Dror and Lee Petra Grebenau’s sensual designs, recently added a new collection of Bertas called Muse in a contemporary style with soft tulle skirts, sensual silhouettes and sophisticated lace , Decals and beading details.
The Central Wedding also introduced an Israeli designer named Riki Dalal, who enjoyed an international reputation for her Haute Couture wedding dresses. Designer clothing line Noya will debut in Hong Kong early next year, and has all the design dalal high fashion line certificate.
Earlier this year, the boutique unveiled a similar concept that brought Marchesa’s Notte Bridal collection to Hong Kong, offering trendy robes that are expensive.