Best Bridal Looks From Paris Fashion Week

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Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week is generally one of the first fashion weeks that happen in a year. Due to this, the PFW tends to set the trends for the time to come. Being an haute couture week, the bridal looks are often served beautifully during the time. Wedding Affair picks its top favourite looks from this year’s haute couture week.

1. Givenchy

Kaia Gerber served the finale look for the Givenchy Haute Couture Spring 2020. Her wedding dress was embroidered with delicate tulle flowers just like her cape which hung around in the shape of a huge bell. The gigantic cape combined with a delicate detailing looked perfect as a finale.

2. Ralph & Russo

Ralph & Russo’s tenth-anniversary collection was inspired by ten iconic shapes and pieces revisiting the brand archive and reimagining each of them in a different way. The finale bridal look was a culmination of everything dramatic. The look was breathtaking, perfectly pairing the decadence of pearls, xilions and pearlescent sequins, with a look of natural glamour.

3. Christian Dior

This look by Christian Dior was perfect for a beach bride. Their amazing petites mains reinvented the idea of the peplos, a loose-fitting dress from antiquity, through a meticulous bias-cut construction that gives the illusion of a dress falling into a contouring cascade of soft drapes from a single knot.

4. ELIE SAAB

The Maison’s unique craftsmanship and intricate embroidery techniques bring the delicate yet extravagant ELIE SAAB Haute Couture Spring Summer 2020 Bride to life. The look served the perfect inspiration for an extravagant bride who would like to feel like a queen for her wedding day.

5. Zuhair Murad

A result embellished by Egyptian symbolism, that infuses a mystical touch to the collection — the beetle, the incarnation of the sun and fertility, the lotus flower which suggests renewal or the cat, as a mark of divine love.

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