Four days, over 23 fashion houses and thousands of dreamy wedding dresses – come with us as we take a front row seat at Barcelona Bridal Week!
Showcasing their spring 2015 collections, some of the biggest designers in the fashion world revealed their dreamy new designs this weekend. And we’ve rounded up four of the hottest fashion shows for you to watch right here! From full, structured gowns to boho-style silhouettes and short sassy designs, Barcelona had something for every bride. Can you spot your dream dress among this little lot?
Rosa Clara’s 2015 catwalk show kicked off the event, with a collection of breathtaking, full-bodied, structured designs. Inspired by New York City, the 2015 collection is perfect if your style icons are Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly… Or Carrie Bradshaw! Simple hair and make-up let the dresses speak for themselves. Waists were pinched to accentuate the hips, details were used sparingly and there wasn’t a veil site.
Jesus Piero wowed the crowds with his new collection, Perfume. Silhouettes were fluid and distinctly boho. There was also fringing and sparkling embellishments which would work beautifuilly for a 20s-inspired theme. Sleeves also featured highly in the collection, great news if you’re a 2015 bride looking for an alternative to strapless. And picking up on another 2015 trend, gold also made an appearance in the finalé gown. Want to see more coloured wedding dresses? Click here!
The sister design duo combined two distinctly different bridal looks for their Barcelona catwalk show. The first half presented boho, tribal style wedding dresses with an almost ‘Cherokee’ feel with fringing, lace and billowing sleeves while the second half concentrated on designs that took their inspiration from haute couture – short, sassy and experimental.
Spanish design powerhouse Pronovias, who are celebrating their 50th anniversary, closed Barcelona Bridal Week 2014 in expert style with their breathtaking 2015 collection. “50 years dressing dreams. That’s Pronovias,” said Pronovias president Alberto Palatchi in his opening speech. “I’m here to wholeheartedly thank everyone who has shared our dream for the past 50 years. It’s been a fantastic 50 years.” Czech model Karolina Kurkova showed off the most daring designs in the collection including one gown with a thigh-high split. Fringing, fishtails and floral embroidery over sheer nude panels were all highlights of the show.