Pronovias Collection 2015 Bridal Gowns
Pronovias still manages to surprise us as with the premiere of his 2015 collection , with which the brand will celebrate its 50th anniversary. The new collection will adorn the brides of class and incredible elegance with dresses and accessories for precious details summarizing perfectly the essence of one of the most prestigious international fashion brands in the world for marriage.
The pre-collecotion 2015 Workshop Pronovias has a timeless style, with an emblematic side and refined, perfect example, for the wedding of Grace Kelly in the ’50s, or Princess Diana in the 80s, or Kate Middleton thirty years later.
With a predominance of white, the color of the bride par excellence, the collection also presents models in beige or pale pink which combine perfectly with cuts siren, or large and voluminous skirts made with precious materials worked perfectly from the creators of Pronovias:lace and French silk, gauze, Mikado, tulle and Swarovski crystals.
A collection as a work of art that required until 40h creative work to finalize the design chacunes dresses, completely handmade by craftsmen, making each just perfect model.
The Pronovias 2015 collection also relies on incredible vintage buttons with different fabrics, textures and transparencies, with dresses that simulate a two-piece, evoking the elegance of the dresses Coco Chanel made famous for their elegant style.
Definitely, a splendid collection, takes on a special and particular significance under the anniversary of the brand that was born there 50 years. Birthday that Pronovias claims celebrate with style, including publishing a book specially dedicated to this event: a book in which we will find memories and anecdotes employees of the brand (designers, brides, models, employee (s), ambassadors brand), real weddings and an overview of the most iconic models.
But that’s not all: in addition to its BrandBook there will be a parade and a retrospective dedicated to designers who made the legend and reputation of Pronovias, as Emanuel Ungaro, Valentino, Badgley Mishcka, Pedro Rodríguez, Elie Saab, Francisco Arenas, and the late creator of the company, Manuel Mota.
This exhibition will take place in Barcelona, Milan and New York. Ultimately, the fashion capitals hosting the event of a trademark which, throughout its 50 years of existence, has written in capital letters much of the history of international marital mode.