Our coverage of bridal market continues with images straight from the Ines Di Santo runway. The designer drew her inspiration from Venice, Italy’s legendary annual Carnevale, or carnival. The collection is “rich with jeweled embroidery, infusions of color and feminine elegance.” The theme was further carried out by accessories and masks by Maria Elena Headpieces. In the form of gowns in classic Ines Di Santo shapes of trumpet, mermaid and ball gown, we saw blush and blue, splashes of embellishments, and “Macramé and Alencon lace appliqués. Alluring translucent bodices and illuminated champagne metallic chiffon dance(d) before tiered voluminous skirts and laser cut layers of organza.” Sounds like a dream to us, and the photos below are evidence. Enjoy these exclusive images!
Here are more fabulous gowns and their ultra special details, as seen during Lovella’s exclusive viewing before the Ines Di Santo collection hit the runway last Sunday at bridal market. Don’t miss the fabulous evening gowns near the bottom, as well as a photo of the Lovella team with the star of the hour. (View Part one if you haven’t already.) Enjoy this exclusive inspiration!