The wedding dresses we saw at the Couture shows in Paris were either very simple and elegant, or very elaborate and embellished, sometimes making it even hard for the “bride” to walk in them, but breathtaking and totally worth it.
Azzaro’s bridal dress was adorned with an embroidered harness outlining the torso, giving the bride a bright, three- dimensional effect.
The Chanel bride was totally unconventional and unexpected with a hooded jacket with a train. She is the queen of the rediscovered nature, dressed in a geometric lace strapless dress embroidered with chiffon, leather, wood shavings, beads and rhinestones.
Designer Stephane Rolland presented a black & white bride, and completed her look with a red flowers bouquet.
The bride at Geroges Chakra was very feminine and innocemnt, and we loved her playful veil.
Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika was fixing his bride’s veil himself backstage. The off the shoulders dress was heavily embellished with pearls and white flowers appliqués.
At Ralph & Russo, the bride looked traditional with a modern twist. The sleeves were cut open and her waist defined.
The Elie Saab bride always speaks of herself. You could very easily spot a wedding dress by Elie. This season, the bride did not wear white!
One of the most elaborate dresses we saw in Paris this season was on Zuhair Murad’s runway. We have to admit the model had a hard time walking. But with a royal dress like this one, it barely matters!