Wedding dresses 2015

Dur­ing the Bridal Fash­ion Week show, which took place in April in New York, cou­turi­ers pre­sent­ed their lat­est col­lec­tions of wed­ding dress­es. In the spring and sum­mer of 2015, brides who always strive to keep up with fash­ion will walk down the aisle in del­i­cate, fem­i­nine, lacon­ic, and at the same time lux­u­ri­ous dress­es.

Fashionable wedding dresses 2015

Let’s learn about fash­ion trends with the exam­ple of a new col­lec­tion of wed­ding dress­es from US design hous­es.

  1. Car­oli­na Her­rera. This year, the design­er has not depart­ed from her prin­ci­ples and pre­sent­ed to the gen­er­al pub­lic ele­gant and clas­sic out­fits, which she described as “hid­den lux­u­ry”. In wed­ding dress­es 2015 from Car­oli­na Her­rera, silk and tulle are com­ple­ment­ed by lace inserts, appliqués, embroi­dery or rib­bons. A fea­ture of the col­lec­tion was unusu­al long dec­o­rat­ed trains of dress­es. On some mod­els, an accent was made in the form of a belt with crys­tals or a brooch. In addi­tion to dress­es, the design­er sug­gests wear­ing a trans­par­ent veil with lace frills that falls over the face.
  2. Naem Khan. The col­lec­tion of this Indi­an design­er amazed the audi­ence with its unusu­al­ness. The design­er him­self titled it “roman­tic fan­ta­sy”. He pre­sent­ed to the enthu­si­as­tic audi­ence very com­plex mod­els of wed­ding dress­es 2014–2015, dec­o­rat­ed with a vari­ety of inserts, appliqués, hand embroi­dery, per­fo­ra­tions, fringes and crys­tals.
  3. March­esa. “Beau­ti­ful, roman­tic and airy” — this is how the design­er of the brand Georgina Chap­man char­ac­ter­izes the mod­ern bride. Her clas­sic puffy dress­es, empire dress­es and short cock­tail dress­es fea­tured fem­i­nine sil­hou­ettes, pearl and crys­tal embroi­deries, and open­work inserts. At the same time, she aban­doned the wed­ding veil in favor of com­plex braid­ed hair­styles.
  4. Oscar de la Renta. The clas­sic of wed­ding fash­ion has not depart­ed from his views and still believes that a wed­ding is a won­der­ful tra­di­tion­al cel­e­bra­tion, and not a place for exper­i­ments. In his col­lec­tion, he pre­sent­ed mod­els for all occa­sions — from a church wed­ding to a beach par­ty. To cre­ate his orig­i­nal exquis­ite out­fits, the cou­turi­er used Chan­til­ly lace, tulle, organ­za and rich decor. The fash­ion design­er offers to com­ple­ment the out­fit with a thin veil or lacon­ic head­bands.
  5. Vera Wang. The unsur­passed Vera Wang this time chose dra­ma as the leit­mo­tif of her col­lec­tion. At the same time, min­i­mal­is­tic, con­cise, rather mod­est out­fits became the main mod­els. The design­er remained true to her prin­ci­ples — behind the seem­ing sim­plic­i­ty lies an incred­i­ble com­plex­i­ty in the details.
See also
White gold wedding rings