Pronovias Spring 2018 Collection showcased a beautiful collection of gowns continuing the tradition of expertise in high quality silks, lace and embracing the femininity of a woman’s natural curves. This season’s collection; defined by a concept of a wish, uses the tranquil fluidity of water and sparkle of droplets as the main element to relay the inspiration of dreams and desires.
The fresh take on volume is orchestrated beautifully by the use of silk gauze, organza and Mikado, with soft touches of crepe and soft satin to outline the body.
We love the attention to play up bride’s figure, with one of our favorite being pronounced side cleavage with elegant sheer insets.
Thread embroidery, and French lace remain the hallmark of designs, while the sparkle of gemstone embroidery give this year’s bride more sparkle than ever.
Jeweled dresses with sleeve and neckline appliqués create s sensational glimmer, going back to the theme of cascading water.
Also to be noted in this collection of sleek and sophisticated gowns, are the convertible dresses, giving brides versatility on their special day. Transformable designs are complemented with layers, trains, overcoats and detachable boleros allows brides show versatility a bride can achieve as the day progresses for her special occasion.
Bravo Herve Moreau and the entire team for Pronovias, for continuing to implement the aesthetic of this 50 year old Brand, now present in over 105 countries, while adding touches of style and design that keeps this brand innovative an modern.
Carlton Jones started turning heads early in his career as a celebrity stylist. Two decades later, after wearing many hats, serving as a wardrobe designer, image consultant, fashion director, and style correspondent, Carlton directed his attention to the Bridal industry. While Carlton’s work has been featured in Vogue, GQ, Harper’s Bazaar, Interview, Schon, and countless other magazines. it’s his tenure at World Bride Magazine that Carlton has refined his eye to Bridal, covering fashion from around the world.