The 2017 New York Fall Market was nothing short of mind-blowing this year. A whirlwind of breathtaking wedding dresses paraded the runways of the show, showcasing the latest fall/winter bridal trends and delighting the eyes of the most fashion-savvy brides.
One of the most important bridal shows, the New York International Bridal Week gathers top-notch designers who meet to set the bridal worldwide trends and dazzle the long-awaiting enthusiasts through a comprehensive array of couture brands. This year, the collective meet-up of fashion artists turned into a spectacular explosion of unique colors and styles, almost revolutionizing everything common about bridal.
From unusual colors to off-the-shoulder silhouettes, dazzling 3-D details, bridal knits, boudoir lace, jumpsuits, and crop tops, the overall them was shouting “Be different”. Each piece resembled nothing seen before, embracing in its own way the unconventional, daring to choose short dresses, bold cuts, deep necklines, and unusual adornments and accessories as the next worldwide bridal trends.
Amongst the remarkable bridal manufacturers exhibiting, Esposa brightened the stage with the latest creations of Oscar de la Renta, Ines Di Santo, Monique Lhuillier, Marchesa, and Lazaro. The stunning pieces brought versatility, innovation, and unusual techniques to the runway, beautifully representing the modern elegant bride.
Marchesa’s pieces radiated with their rare fabrics, refined embroidery and 3D florals, bringing a touch of freshness and lightness to the stage. The off-the-shoulder sleeves, plunging backlines, and daring cuts were the highlights of the designer’s artistic genius this season. Ines Di Santo designs took everyone’s breath away with her killer off-the-shoulder princess-cut and beautifully embroidered modern designs, revisiting traditional bridal like never before with uncommon colors and incredibly meticulous craftsmanship. Lazaro definitely raised the bar of elegance and classiness with his classic-cut royal princess gowns impressively beaded and designed with volumes of luxurious fabrics.
As for Monique L’Huillier, she made sure her designs stood out with lace-up details sumptuously worked on transparent fabrics to make the most exquisite creations. Oscar de la Renta scored once again with a usual utmost touch of romance and elegance expressed through intricately simple strapless gowns that melted our hearts.
The exceptional dresses of these fabulous fashion designers are found at Esposa boutiques in Lebanon, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sao Paolo. A bridal luxury shop, Esposa offers a local and international selection of evening dresses, bridesmaids’ dresses, and wedding dresses in Lebanon and the region.
With a presence spanning over 30 years, Esposa is a luxury bridal boutique offering every bride-to-be a one-stop shop to find her perfect wedding look, from her dream gown to her wedding shoes and the accessories she needs.
Esposa Group includes the Esposa Privé stores located in Downtown-Beirut and Dubai where bridal creations offer the choice between a multi-brand selection showcasing the works of international designers including Viktor and Rolf, Vera Wang, Monique L’huillier, Marchesa and Esposa Privé’s own couture brand, Esposacouture, as well as a wide evening segment and a selection of shoes and accessories. Esposa Group encompasses also the Esposa boutiques located in Lebanon (Dbayeh and Ramleh Al Bayda), and Dubai, showcasing a multi-brand bridal collection in addition to its own couture brand, Plume by Esposa, an evening segment, and a selection of shoes and accessories.