At Cibeles Madrid Novias, the fair brought together a number of great names and brands from the current fashion scene, such as Hannibal Laguna, Elio Berhanyer, Devota & Lomba, Duyos, Miquel Suay, Ana Torres or Novissima.
Wedding fashion, party-wear and First Communion attire will once again make up the exhibition at Madrid Novias, the International Bridal Fashion Exhibition, which was stage its eighth edition between 6th and 9th May at Feria de Madrid.
As is customary, Madrid Novias brought together a number of great names and brands from the current world of Spanish fashion in both its trade area and in the fashion show known as Cibeles Madrid Novias, such as Hannibal Laguna, Elio Berhanyer, Devota & Lomba, Duyos, Miquel Suay, Carlos Haro, Ana Torres and Novissima. They will be accompanied at this edition by Joaquim Verdú, Rubén Perlotti, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Javier Arnáiz, Marcos Marrero-María Díaz (M&M), Mercedes Alonso and Francis Montesinos, Matilde Cano,María Coca and Marga Sánchez.
Madrid Novias continued to consolidate its role as the most important wedding fashion fair in Spain, an event that brings together the majority of the most prestigious designers within Spain's wedding fashion sector.
Delicate Appeal and Sophistication for a Very Special Day
Organza, subtle gauze, Mikado and exquisite silk blond lace are just some of the most popular materials employed in the collections for next season, which will also incorporate silk gauze, satin and sumptuous Chantilly lace. With regard to details, we will find a predominant use of braided cord applications, embroidery in silk or silver thread, hand-painted flowers and strass. As far as colours are concerned, pure white will lose its starring role, being superseded by a range of natural shades, bone white, champagne and mink. At the same time, more intense nuances have been introduced, together with touches of honey and gold. The predominant forms and shapes will encapsulate an elegant and romantic bride who has a strong sense of character. Strapless necklines, fishtail styles, enveloping shapes and superimposed effects that permit unrestricted movement are key aspects.
Trends in ceremony dresses point towards delicate clothing items, subtle materials and elegant designs that bring out the most feminine side in every woman, without obliging wearer's to renounce their sense of character. With regard to colours, natural, old gold, rose and dusty blue shades will predominate, featuring strong contrasts with more vivid tones.
Sensuality will also play a role in the form of lingerie and corsetry, which have evolved in order to cater for the concerns of a confident and sophisticated kind of woman who knows how to appreciate the smallest details.