Bridal wear has never witnessed so much grandeur in one collection; Esposa Privé proves it in its SS19 collection. Praising the language of art and craftsmanship, the bridal dresses reflect the promise of luxury of the high-end couture maison.
The new collection does not compromise: the simplest details or cuts are weaved with utmost sophistication. When the gown is not majestically embroidered, revealing royal looks like no other, the mastery lies in the choice of fabrics, the ingenious cuts, and the unpredictable movements that take bridal fashion to a whole new level.
While Carolina Herrera decides to stay on the soft side, Ines di Santo leaves the comfort zone, setting a new trend for light silver as a bridal color. The bewilderment is reserved for J’Aton pieces, which suggest the net fabric style in new dimensions, crafting dramatically imposing gowns distinguished by exceptional artistry and taste.
Lavish elegance prevails in the glamorous SS19 selection, whether lightly floating in Lazaro, Monique L’huillier and Marchesa creations, or sophisticatedly merged with elaborate details, patterns, and embroidery in the Valentini Couture and Studio San Patrick dresses.
The Esposa Privé collection includes as well the creations of its own couture brand, EsposaCouture. Designed by Kristie Romanos, the dresses come to crown a unique collection that awaits to fascinate the utopian romantics in its bridal shops in Downtown-Beirut and Dubai.
Esposa Privé Address:
Lebanon, Downtown, Francois El Hajj Street Beirut, Parc Avenue Ahmad Al Daouk, Build 1330 (T) +961 1 990454
UAE, Jumeirah 1, Al Wasl Road, Villa 2 (T) +971 4 3854477