Hannibal Laguna inaugurates the Madrid Bridal Week with a parade that combines romanticism and modernity
The designer Hannibal Laguna has inaugurated the Madrid Bridal Week, which is held in the Palacio de Cibeles in Madrid until next April 21.
A parade inspired by the flowers of her new garden, as many of the romantic designs have flowers overlaid, classic dresses inspired by the 50s, with a more avant-garde touch for brides who want to risk. Silkgarden, which is called the collection, is a mixture of romanticism and modernity.
On the catwalk we have seen 32 different dresses. Not without its traditional princess dresses, of bodies girded lace and beading and skirts high volume of silk, its iconic fabric, and also models with layers and layers of tulle, perfect for the most romantic brides.
The designer gives special importance to the jewel back, one of the trends in bridal fashion. Backs covered with fine lace, flowers embroidered and almost always veiled, but no less sensual. There is also some design of low back but always treated with delicacy.
The two-piece dresses are once again on the catwalk. Peplum jewel bodies combined with smooth and sober skirts, whose result is that of an elegant and discreet bride.
For brides who want to risk and look different, the couturier proposes two looks with pants. Styling with precious stones and palazzo trousers of high waist and tie detail at the waist.