Dream Dresses - Heavenly Couture
While 2020/21 has seen a momentous shift in wedding trends due to Covid-19—think: the rise of the micro wedding and the introduction of a drive-through “I do” service—it has also seen a change in bridal gown trends, from big statement dresses to more subdued and refined silhouettes and simplified accessories to match.
Will this continue in 2022? From which hues brides are turning to, to the non-traditional styles that will peak in popularity, read on to see this editorial from Fine Art Curation member Christophe Serrano...
From Christophe Serrano: "I wanted to bring this dreamy side with the artistic approach borrowed from the codes of fashion and the elegant approach of fine art. The studio was made in a way to bring the necessary softness to this style of images. Marion Fera designed custom dresses with light and voluptuous textures. In the same way I asked the florist Virginie D’alessio to compose bouquets with subtle colors, trying to eliminate the green foliage for a softer, more romantic look. I chose two models from the very artistic trends of fashion. They correspond perfectly to the current trends which transgresses and seeks personalities more than commercial beauties. Moreover they were regularly published in prestigious magazines such as Vogue."