In 2020, the Amarildine last collection want to tell you about confident feminity, bold transparency and assumed neckline. From bohemian chic look to modern cuts, the dresses are made of light silk muslin or french lace, playing with lightness and transparency. Defintively designed for ultimate cool brides !
Inspired by the elegance of the men from her family and the artisanal history of a few of her forefathers, “Aux corps anonymes” is born from the desire to explore more menswear style mix. Beyond fashion, the designer Françoise André was interested in the work of excellence as a tailor: hand work, mastering the material; and finally modeling and rectifying the dissymmetry of the body. Developing also a woman mini-serie next to the mens suits collection, fluidity, lightness, and fantasy is her favorite work.
True to her environmentally-conscious conviction, Louise Valentine launched few days ago her new organic collection. Committed to helping each bride to find her eco-friendly dream dress at affordable price, the designer offers a range of sustainable gowns made with eco-friendly and clean materials only. Modern and romantic silhouettes, cuts and laces are beautifully combined with a timeless aesthetics. A « capsule » collection with a golden touch for a romantic and determined bride.
It is always such an exciting and inspiring moment when women get together in the name of art. Bowie Rae was fortunate enough to be a part of this incredible collaboration of Canberra-based talented women, all passionate about creating a new space within the bridal industry. A voice is always louder in chorus which is why collaborations are so important; working in unison to create a platform where multiple visions can come to life through one lens.
Inspired by the game of light & shadow, the bridal designer Caroline Quesnel plays with the transparency and the textures; For her new 2020 collection, The dresses are drawn in pure and elegant lines, fluid materials, French lace or embroidery. The designer tells us more about her journey and inspirations…