Maggie Sottero / María Salas
Having made a strong comeback in the past few years, it is one of the essentials of the latest 2020 collections. Designers paying tribute to fairy-tale worlds or a feeling of nostalgia for that bon-ton style that makes us love mantles and capes so much!
We have seen them short, in filet crochet in the Maria Salas fashion shows or with precious rhinestone embroideries by Maggie Sottero.
Marchesa / Rosa Clará / Yolancris
And very long fairy-tale models, complete with a hood like those of Marchesa, Rosa Clarà and Yolancris.
Marchesa / Demetrios / Maggie Sottero
With 3D floral embroideries and corollas, mandarin collars (Demetrios) and veiled maxi ruffles on the shoulders.
The fabrics are light and intangible: tulle, organza, voile (Sophie et Voilà) and lace to wrap the body and cover it with pure transparency, accompanying every movement with graceful harmony.
Pronovias/ Sedomir Rodríguez de la Sierra / Sophie et Voilà / The Atelier
The magic of overlays with a dramatic, regal effect.
By Elisa Nascimbene for Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week