We are excited that the passion we all share for bridal fashion comes to life onsite European Bridal Week. Again, new trends in fashion have been showcased on the catwalk onsite European Bridal Week this year.
International designers and highly recommended manufacturers have been unveiling their latest collections during the fashion shows. Among those brands on the catwalk have been high-end and well-established names next to international designers as well as new labels, paving the way of fashion towards tomorrow.
Think lace, chiffon, tulle, and glitter tulle. Think new design directions. You are thinking Amelie! This German bridal house captures trends and captivates imagination.
Each dress of the Carfelli collection from Ukraine Ariamo Fashion Group is a real piece of art; these designs are only about uniqueness, originality with the aim to meet the beauty of each bride.
From Poland comes the young brand Dama Couture. As a family run business, all of their dresses are produced in-house in their atelier in Warsaw with top-notch design and quality.
Evie Young belongs to Madi Lane from Australia, and Elizabeth Young is the visionary behind it, creating a look that is distinctive, different, delicious – that shows a true understanding of what today’s brides want.
Julia Kontogruni of Bulgaria, by designer Kremena Gineva and named after her mother, has roots grounded in the lavish creations of the 18th century European Baroque period.
Every dress of the British brand Kelsey Rose tells a story and stands out in terms of quality and originality. Nothing is simple or basic; everything makes an unforgettable style statement with a touch of boho.
Part of the Pronovias group, this long-standing name is one of the great success stories from the Netherlands; Ladybird is known for combining quality and choice while fulfilling every bride’s dream.
When a single brand incorporates all the key gown sectors in bridal, you know you are on to a winner. Danish house Lilly moves by label, from the true classics in the core collection, through to the chic modernists that cater to fashion-forward tastes.
Whether we are talking red carpet, cocktail party, reception, opera, or graduation party – the brand Luxuar Fashion from Germany is a specialist for occasionwear with a focus on the glam factor.
From Australia comes Madi Lane, a collection with an innate sense of style that marries the contemporary with the rediscovered classics.
With a pedigree of over 35 years in bridal and eveningwear, Maxra Govana from Turkey has built a retailer network all across the world, becoming one of the most popular brands on the Arabian Peninsula today.
Bridal house Monica Loretti from Italy covers every design possibility, from the effortlessly elegant where the look lends its personality from haute couture, to the young and laid-back sense of style and the great mix and match possibilities.
For over 25 years, MS Moda represents true experience in creating bridal design. Constant growth has allowed a small family owned company from Poland to be recognised among the best wedding dress manufacturing companies in the world.
Weise from Germany is a big player on the formalwear stage, with stunning collections of bridal and occasion dressing, accessories, and junior and promwear. To many retailers, this is virtually a one-stop supplier.
The intriguingly-named I Am Yours (IAY) collection is a special label from Germany that moved from supplying its own stand-alone stores into the wholesale arena. The bride who puts fashion and individuality first will love it.
The White One from Pronovias in Spain ticks so many boxes, especially for the Generation Y bride who is young and carefree, fashion-aware, trend-conscious, and always in search of suggestion. And that’s what makes The White One the perfect fit.