Liancarlo wedding dresses arrived in the industry in Miami in 2000.The Liancarlo collection interweaves couture and glamour with European fabrics, the finest French and Italian silks, embroideries and laces. Each piece is sewn by one seamstress from its first stitch to its last, then embroidered and finished by a specialist specifically chosen for the style of gown using the European Couture Traditions.
Aire Barcelona thinks of you, creating gowns full of magic to ensure you’re at your most beautiful on your great day. Unique style and elegance of exceptional quality, spectacular gowns, and the most flattering trains and embroideries for your wedding Perfect for your special day.
With 55 years of experience in the production of wedding gowns, COTIN SPOSA aim to create an original design which combines modern creativity and tailors care in a steady research of innovative fabrics and precious embroideries.
Each month FashionBride reviews collection from 60 different bridal designers from all over the world. Here you have a quick throwback of whom we featured last month, enjoy and don’t forget to check up next week for our next Throwback Thursday.
Apollo Fashion 2015 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Inmaculada Garcia 2015 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Keita Maruyama 2015 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Lee Grebenau 2015 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Allure Bridals 2015 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Moonlight Couture 2014 Fall Bridal Collection– see collection
Tango by Moonlight 2014 Fall Bridal Collection – see collection
Ti Adora 2014 Fall Bridal Collection – see collection
Divine Atelier 2014 Spring Bridal Collection– see collection
Julia Kontogruni 2014 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Charchy 2014 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Liana Haute Couture 2014 Spring Bridal Collection – see collection
Aurora Gavino has owned the store for 20 years. While she has been a dressmaker for five decades, the store is filled with creations made by her daughter, also named Aurora. “My first dress was a Fandango costume, people don’t wear them anymore,” mother Aurora told me. “The costume had little balls sewn on and only two ruffles at the bottom. There were hundreds made at the time, they were all in beige and everyone looked the same.”
Lace embroidery with floral motifs, touches of prec ious stones and sensational backlines are the key elements of the new bridal co llection from Rosa Clará for 2015, a collection inspired by women’s sensuality a nd defined by four key lines: The first line is made up of long flowing dresses w ith romantic embroidered details on sheer tulles and subtle touches of precious ston es. Narrow skirts combine with wonderful bodices, revealing spectacular backlines which add simplicity and elegance.
This modern, fashion-forward collection of Italian wedding dresses features intricate beading and detailed craftsmanship to create truly unique and modern wedding dresses that don’t sacrifice tradition. With gowns like this Nicole Italy is one designer you should consider when buying the dress.