Although the wedding industry has not been spared from the pandemic, the launch of the brand's new collections brought about by the second online New York Bridal Fashion Week in April is still exciting.
This year, Prabal Gurung launched a multi-purpose and inclusive bridal collection for the first time; Vera Wang and Pronovias signed a 10-year licensing agreement to jointly launch a new brand Vera Wang Bride; in addition, many are worthy of attention cutting edge designers.
From left to right: Oscar de la Renta, Temperley, YolanCris and Mira Zwillinger
Since Bridal Fashion Week was postponed in October last year and was held online for the first time, "brides-to-be" have also begun to explore new ways to display their wedding dresses to celebrate the grand and unforgettable Big Day. From the sales media platform jointly launched by The Bridal Council and Pullquest and the new series of wedding dress brands released by the CFDA's Runway360 digital platform, it can be seen that five major thematic trends have been mainly reflected in the past two years.
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Among them, "Garden Party" is a theme favored by brides. It provides outdoor gatherings of close friends with floral-printed and lightweight gauze skirts. In addition, the elements of oversized bows, "Bridgerton style" dresses and various dresses with huge volumes all give people a dreamlike and pleasant optimism.
1, Garden Party
From left to right: Markarian, Viktor&Rolf Marriage, Ines Di Santo and Galvan
The wedding dresses of Markarian, Oscar de la Renta and Ines di Santo are short and sweet, which are very suitable for outdoor weddings. The same is true for the works of Viktor&Rolf and YolanCris, with matching sun-proof barrel hats. Temperley's painting style, as well as the floor-length dresses of Galvan and Mira Zwillinger, all add color to the relaxed and romantic trend.
2, Crop Top Sets
From left to right: Alexandra Grecco, Elizabeth Fillmore, Nordeen and YolanCris
Although wedding suits have been one of the most popular casual trends among brides for many years, the "neckless dress" provides a fresher and more fashionable dress for brides in 2021 and in the future. Alexandra Grecco, Elizabeth Fillmore, and cutting-edge brands Nordeen and YolanCris have all launched this "two-piece navel" wedding outfit.
From left to right: Justin Alexander Signature, Lihi Hod, Naeem Khan and Sareh Nouri
Inspired by Netflix's hit series "Bridgerton", the romantic and extremely romantic "court style" of the British Regency appeared in the wedding dress series. Empire-style girdle, puffy sleeves, exquisite lace and Victorian luxury custom details can be seen in brands such as Justin Alexander Signature, Lihi Hod, Naeem Khan and Sareh Nouri.
4, Oversize Bows
From left to right: Amsale, Bernadette x Matchesfashion, Halfpenny London and Oscar de la Renta
The elements of the oversized bow have been strongly revealed this season. Bridal brands such as Amsale, Bernadette x Matchesfashion, Halfpenny London and Oscar de la Renta have made this iconic wedding decoration more eye-catching through new interpretations of different parts.
From left to right: Anne Barge, Danielle Frankel, Kim Kassas Couture and Wiederhoeft
Last fall, with the raging epidemic, the optimism of "escape from reality" became the theme of 2021 SS, and the fashion on the catwalk was full of whimsical elements of fantasy. This time, wedding brands such as Anne Barge, Danielle Frankel, Kim Kassas Couture and Wiederhoeft also defined this trend with their huge silhouettes and drama designs.