After what has been a year of ups and downs and full of surprises, Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week comes to an end after a week of fashion shows and events for all professionals in the bridal industry, future brides and even fashion lovers.
To close the week, the first brand to walk the catwalk Olga Macià, a Spanish brand inspired by the artistic disciplines of drawing and dancing, present the collection for spring/summer 2021. A collection inspired by a warrior astronaut and earthly heroine. The designs stand out for the use of ivory-toned fabrics such as tulle, chiffon, organza and 3D flowers.
Lorena Panea, a Spanish brand that seeks to capture the identity of each woman in its designs and dissociate itself from current trends, presents a collection inspired by the lineage of its biblical ancestors. Specifically, in the Egyptian roots. In addition, all designs are customizable and allow changes in color, pattern and even combinations of dresses and sizes.
From Italy, Bellantuono, an Italian firm with a strong artisan tradition, present a total of three bridal collections: Bellantuono’s own line, Blumarine Sposa and Roberto Cavalli. The designs created by Elena Bellantuono are vaporous and classic.
Another brand belonging to the Pronovias group to walk on the catwalk is House of St Patrick, a Spanish firm that reinterprets traditions to offer timeless designs, present the collection “Modern Fairytale” made up of three capsules. The frist one, St. Patrick Studio, is inspired by the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” with assorted beaded dresses and skirts, sleeves and backs made to show a mosaic. The second capsule, St.Patrick, is inspired by Upper East Side Fifth Avenue with an Audrey Helpburn-style of peal dresses and silky sleek silhouettes and Watteau tails. The third capsule is called St. Patrick La Sposa inspired by New York romance with 3D floral appliqués, layers of powder colored tulle, ruffles and ruffled sleeves.