Another masterpiece of fashion industry from a well-known design team represented by Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoren. The new wedding line is saturated with such traditional for the duo elements: 3d flowers, embroidery and smoothness. In this collection there are absolutely different design solutions. Lush multi-layer dresses, concise elegant skirts, minimalistic overalls with large 3D bows, as well as pretty and original short models.
Viktor & Rolf purists will zero in on the designers’ signature sliced-tulle ball skirts and the gowns with oversize satin lilies, a motif borrowed from the Spring 2018 Couture show. For brides looking for something simpler, and maybe even a little ’60s-ish, there was a stunning cap-sleeved gown topped with a satin bow, a light coating of glass beads, and a crystal headband. Accessories were a clever new focus this season; other gowns were topped off with giant floral headpieces, appliquéd gloves, tulle masks, and even sheer socks.
The lineup also included three minidresses, which have become the de rigueur choice for city hall weddings as well as quick-changes after lavish ceremonies. The vintage-loving girl will lean toward the trapeze-y, bow-backed mini covered in 3-D petals. As for the sculptural jumpsuit? It’s likely to appeal to the bride who spends the other 364 days of the year in pants.