The world’s biggest bridal designer runway has just revealed the latest 2020 bridal trends in the heart of New York. Joining international acclaimed bridal designers, Esposa Privé reports live from the 2019 NY Bridal Week, offering wedding couture enthusiasts a foretaste of the next biggest “tendencies”.
The bridal collections seem to have more than just a mere captivating effect. Through unforeseen cuts and styles, they warn fashion-savvy brides to expect the daring and unconventional in the stores of Esposa Privé.
Bows, ruffles, sparkles, and deep plunges strike first, particularly in Monique L’huiller’s creations. In the collection’s versatility prevails a touch of random wonder, fusing classic elegance with a creatively refreshing twist that celebrates the confident modern bride.
The unpredicted reenacts gloriously in Ines di Santo’s collection where the white dress, too mainstream, gives way to pastel gowns distinguished by audacious ruffle sleeves and trains, adorning bows and flowers, and sexy illusion fabric and appliqués.
Plain white is not shy to brighten the runway with Carolina Herrera and Viktor and Rolf’s flawless creations, which pay homage to the romantic and sensual bride. Simplicity meets elegance in unconventional cuts that exude subtle lavishness through minimal bows, lace and flower appliqués, peplums, ruffles, and movements, distinguished by an enchanting floating flair.
The trends have a noticeable influence on Lazaro’s timeless style too, revisiting his simple signature with offbeat creativity, leading to wedding dresses that fuse classic elegance with a touch of color, silver beading, ruffle skirts, and an unusual laid-back feel.
The bohemian style is endorsed by Marchesa where eye-catching floral and leaf motifs take over, emphasized by exquisite lacework, illusion fabric, free-style silhouettes, and an irresistible nonchalance.
Bringing versatility, innovation, and unusual techniques to the runway, the 2020 creations of Monique L’huillier, Marchesa, Ines di Santo, Carolina Herrera, Lazaro, and Viktor & Rolf will be found exclusively at Esposa Privé starting September. Keep an eye on our stores in Lebanon and Dubai!
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, Carolina Herrera, Marchesa, Monique L’huillier, 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 El Bayda), and Dubai, showcasing a multi-brand bridal collection in addition to own couture brand Plume by Esposa, an evening segment, and a selection of shoes and accessories.