Milan Fashion Week just ended and with a number of designers showcasing their latest spring/summer 2020 collection an entire bunch of bridal inspirations stood out in many forms.
The italian city of Milan is recognised as one of the world’s most important fashion capitals and the sartorial home of the country.
From the biggest fashion trends to the most covetable collections, it’s not surprising that the runways in Milan were covered in bridal references offering up dreamy dresses that could easily double as bridal gowns.
Let’s see the most eye catching catwalks interpretation and inspirations.
In an abandoned train station MM6 presented a collection inspired by the wedding of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. The maison follow the idea that multiple identities can coexist, dressing their brides with tulle and jersey, leather and cotton, a mash-up of opposites living “life in peace”.
Very long vails, rounded and important headbands and slippers: a clear reference to Lennon and Ono’s “bed-in” during their honey moon.
The pure prettiness of this garments were infused with a rock and roll streak: each model walked along the catwalk carrying a personal speaker blasting “The Beatles” songs.
The MM6 bride breaks the rules with tin-can hell boots and cropped shirts sprayed with “Just Margiela” instead of the conventional writing “Just married”.
Creativity and wow-effect are the only words that can describe the wonderfully fantastical world of Moschino. The brand paied homage tho the legendary works of Pablo Picasso, with an explosion of colors.
The highlight of the show was a much-anticipated wedding dress, once again worn by the model Gigi Hadid, who wore last year an astonishing bridal dress with a long veil carried by butterflies.
A dove-bride inspired by the masterpiece Guernica, the model walked down the catwalk wearing a knee-lenght wedding dress with an oversized-bow and a veil: an angelic bride who captured the attention of the whole Milan Fashion Week.
Once again Moschino set the fashion wedding trends underlining that even short bridal dresses can be extremely romantic.
Together with the piece that closed the show, Moschino demonstrated his own vision of art presenting his idea of a corpse-bride, embodied by the model Malika El Maslouhi: a black long dress with puffy sleeves and a skeleton painted on it. A short black veil completed this unusual but surely of great impact look.
Aside from bridal dresses, Milan Fashion Week is a hotbed for all the wedding moments: some pieces can surely be worn for rehearsal dinners and after-parties. Soft and feminine touches versus masculine suits, two different styles for two different brides.
Just take your inspiration and design your custom made wedding.