The First Bridal Collection of The 2nd Skin Co. Brides

Bridal Collection

Juan Carlos Fernández and Antonio Burillo, better known as The 2nd Skin Co., have created their first bridal collection. Despite being a line of brides, the essence and the iconic and classic silhouettes of the brand are present in each of the designs, creations that are groundbreaking, original and perfect for being a bride who makes a difference and who runs away from the habitual.

Bridal Collection

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Based on a selection of some of the most representative looks of The 2nd Skin Co, the brand has achieved a collection of dresses created for a bride who wants to feel special and different without losing femininity, freshness and elegance. Flared skirts or with volume for “more aristocratic” cut dresses, strapless dresses with maxi loops, straight cuts that break the most classic …

Bridal Collection

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The mini or midi dresses stand out for brides who get married in civil ceremonies or those who are looking for a second wedding dress to enjoy during the wedding dance.

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Bridal Collection

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Organs of natural silk, mikado and grammage, plumetti tulle, satin, chantilly lace, natural silk muslin and crepe cady, are some of the fabrics that dress the different models of this collection and are responsible for the different volumes required each dress

Bridal Collection

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“Our first Bridal Prêt-à-Porter collection is created for a sophisticated, unique and different woman who wants to give the ‘yes I want’ highlight of her life”
Bridal Collection

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The firm proposes the classic ‘brand of the house’ double lap belts, classic in leather, this time in ice color to give a more avant-garde air. As in every bridal collection that boasts, the predominant color is off – white or natural white, however, in this collection there are also two pieces made of colored nude chantilly lace.

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