If you want to know what the trends will be for the 2019 Brides, you should be attentive to the bridal NYFW brides, Madrid Bridal Week and Barcelona Bridal Week, events that bring together the best designers and invite us to contemplate the exquisite wedding collections for 2019.
New York, the capital of fashion par excellence, dressed in glamor, taking care of every detail to receive one of the most anticipated weeks of the year, the New York Fashion Week. An explosion of good taste from the hand of the most renowned designers in this world.
The New York Bridal Week presented new proposals for the spring of 2019 and leaves us dream designs for all tastes. Designers such as Reem Acra, Lela Rose, Carolina Herrera, Naeem Khan, Monique Lhuillier, Ángel Sánchez and Marchesa came together and display all their talent when presenting their collections as part of Fashion Week.
Naeem Khan is not only a heavyweight of the bridal week in New York, but he also presents his collection in the Fashion Week with ready-to-wear collections and is one of those names that appears often wearing the stars of cinema on the red carpet. The night that Michelle Obama chose this designer to dress in the first state dinner offered by her and the President of the United States in the White House, Naeem Khan’s name became the third most wanted in the entire country.
Khan sees this shift as being influenced by the addition of more fashion designers into the wedding industry, an industry Kahn said was once dominated by manufacturers.
“Now, you have designers like me and other designers who are paying attention to the wedding business, so we are infusing styles,” said Khan. “It is relative today what’s happening in the fashion industry, so it’s not your standard wedding dress, it’s a fashion moment.”
Thanks to his penchant for a crystal-encrusted minidress or a heavily embroidered jumpsuit, his collections always have an element of dance-’til-dawn fun. The same is true of his bridal designs, and this season, he upped the ante on the idea of outfitting a wild, carefree woman for her walk down the aisle.
Khan called his designs a “rocker” collection. “What I mean by that is, there’s so much attitude in this collection,” said Khan. “My bride is somebody that actually wears multiple things through the evening, so she’ll wear something for dinner, something to greet the guests in, the main dress, and something to dancing. So we design multiple pieces for her for the whole night.”
Khan caters his designs to meet a variation of bridal choices. The designs are ornate, with intricate detailing. Cocktail dresses dazzle in gold and silver. Sequins, beads and even feathers accent various gowns. Khan pointed to a particular dress with a cape, noting that “when you’re ready to party, you remove the cape and have a cocktail dress underneath.”
During the prep for his Spring 2019 presentation, Khan said his latest wares are for “a rock-star bride.” That meant more embellished jumpsuits, one of which came with a detachable ball skirt; loads of fringe; an iridescent long-sleeved gown with a hood; and yes, a cool mini decorated with mirror embroidery. This type of versatility in style is seen throughout Khan’s collection, from jumpsuits and track suits to mini cocktail dresses.
“I think the American bride is getting very, very fashion conscious,” said Khan.
Khan’s bride is glamorous, poised, and feminine, but she’s also a woman who loves nothing more than to have a good time and to look amazing while doing it, especially on the most important day of her life.
Undoubtedly, these wedding dresses will conquer your heart