For Spring 2019, bridal guru Vera Wang is not playing by anyone’s rules. It’s a surprising notion that the inventor of modern-day bridal is consistently looking to evolve, experiment and explore – but Vera Wang refuses to rest on her well-deserved laurels. In a bridal season dominated by white dresses, she indulged in vibrant, sumptuous colour for Spring 2019.
The collection was inspired by the canvases of Dutch master Johannes Vermeer. With books, songs, and films devoted to Vermeer’s mystique, it makes sense that Wang would be influenced by his work, too. She honed in on his use of colour and light, from a subtle burst of magenta peeking out from beneath a train to neon grosgrain bows and a crimson corseted gown with the hand paintings done by Rebecca Moses.
Vera has a desire to curate diversity, versatility and individuality within the bridal vernacular and fashion as a whole and she does that excellently with this collection. The collection which explored translucency, movement and obviously colour is a mix of hyper-femininity and sensuality with a palette of colour that didn’t fall flat. If you are the classic bride who still prefers white, Wang plans to translate all of these looks into shades of ivory, alabaster, stark white and antique white.
A look at Vera Wang’s Spring 2019 collection…
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