It was a weekend full of new wedding dresses styles and designs. From June 25 through June 27, best bridal designers presented their latest collections with fresh ideas in wedding and bridal fashion.
Interbride, international fashion fair, opened its doors to bridal fashion enthusiasts and people looking to dress up for their upcoming wedding in Dusseldorf. As always, this bridal event brought fresh ideas and new styles for brides who want to look extraordinary on their special day.
Apart from bridal wear, designers also presented casual styles, evening wear, clothes for special occasions, accessories and shoes. More than 300 fashion collections were presented in Dusseldorf as part of Interbride by famous designers, new brands and promising fashion designers.
Interbride gave home to many fashion designers this year, including Amera Vera, 2impressU, Ladybird, Lilurose, Annais Bridal Atelier Emelia, Marie Francoise, Semiha Baehr, Sposabella, Twilight and Sweet Belly Couture, among many others.
The list of bridal collections included mostly from designers coming from Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark. In fact, those interested in their collections could speak to them personally.
Interbride is a special event for bridal trends, since it offers fresh ideas for designers of bridal wear from all around the world for the coming fashion season.
One of the most special wedding dresses at the event was from Ukrainian bridal designer Tanya Grig, who created a bridal dress for a wealthy Italian woman. The process of making the dress with train of few meters was very thorough and complex, since required manual embroidering with Swarowski stones and beads.
Tanya Grig presented her wedding dresses earlier this year at European Bridal Week, which took place in Essen, Germany. And in May, her bridal dresses were presented at White Gallery in London.
Also, she presented her latest collections at The Harrogate Bridal Show in the United Kingdom, and now her brand is focused on featuring vintage style and the so-called so-ho style to her bridal dresses.