The recent Vera Wang 2020 Bridal wear is elegant, and in our opinion, worthy of framing for art work in any room to inspire creativity.
We love her amazingly stunning bridal collections!
According to Forbes’ list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women 2018, Vera Wang was highlighted as the 34th noting her revenues at $630 million in that year. Early in her career, Vera Wang was hired to be an editor at Vogue. After approximately 17 years, Wang worked with Ralph Lauren for 2 years. At the age of 40, Vera Wang became an independent designer for bridal wear.
See also Wikipedia, Vogue Magazine for sources.
We’ve been shopping for layers in fashionable looks this fall, loving mixed textures and looking for the ideal in blending for glamorous outfits. Loewe’s expertise in pulling this off fluently is evident in their recent fashion collection.
Loewe’s main fashion house is based in Madrid, where their artisans combine materials creating and blending modern and traditional looks.
Loewe’s was founded by a coalition of leather craftsmen in 1848, passing along their generational knowledge for over 170 years.
See also sources at https://www.loewe.com/ and https://www.vogue.com/
The KHAITE fashion house was founded in 2016 by creative director Catherine Holstein. Based in New York, KHAITE evolves with each new season. The Spring 2020 Ready to Wear collection creatively combines glamorous with country sometimes weaving in to the hair and clothing jewels. We have been obsessing over hair accessories recently and this look is a treasure trove for glamorous hair and festive yet sometimes casual attire.
Timeless design and fabulous details speak volumes in every gown featured in Stéphane Rolland’s collection. Imagine the unfolding of creation for each of these exquisite gowns.
See sources and credits at Facebook @ https://runwaynew.com/ Vogue France @ https://www.vogue.fr/ and Orient Palms @ http://www.orientpalms.com/
Timeless and Exquisite
Haute Couture Fall – Winter 2019 – 2020
Miu Miu Croisière 2020 fashion is a ‘racetrack’ showcase at the Hippodrome d’Auteuil in Paris. Miuccia Prada’s design inspires with colors, mixes of pattern, and accessories galore.
On June 29, 2019, Nicole Phelps reported on the race track looks: “There were high-waisted shorts and double-breasted blazers with the sleeves rolled up past the elbows, printed tea dresses with Chelsea collars, and a handful of bedazzled pouf-sleeved mini dresses. But—here comes the glamour and the fun—they paraded out on sky-high cork- or mirror-soled platforms and bobby socks. And then there were the hats: cloches or newsboys or floppy-brimmed sun hats layered over baseball caps.” See www.vogue.com and www.nowfashion.com
Marchesa is an American brand specializing in the design of women’s fashion. Marchesa is based in New York City. The company was established in 2004 by Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. Also, Marchesa is known for designing dresses for a number of celebrities, including Cate Blanchett, Penélope Cruze, Anne Hathaway, Scarlett Johansson, and Jennifer Lopez.
We find every collection to be inspiring, timeless works of art.
Credits: see www.vogue.com/
Designer Sarah Staudinger walks through her Resort 2020 collection and says “[i]ts definitely not boring” and we agree. The eye-catching looks suggest beach yet châteaux mixtures which seamlessly stir your sense of adventure.
See also www.wwd.com & www.vogue.com/
Carolina Herrera’s Resort 2020 is all about enjoying the sun in fun, flirty, floral and chic style
Carolina Herrera’s Wes Gordon recently remarked that “Resort . . . should be — sunshine, laughter, dancing, fun . . . .” Carolina Herrera’s Resort 2020 embodies these fun, flirty, floral and chic themes.
See also www.wwd.com/ & www.vogue.com/
See also www.wwd.com/ & www.vogue.com/
Monique Lhuillier continues to enchant us with her Spring 2020 collection. This season she offers glamour and sophistication with an array of chiffon, lamés, feathers and beading. Lhullier’s photo shoot is set in textbook artisan design at Lake Como.