Never ever in my wildest of dreams had I imagined a bride walking down the aisle in pants. But then fashion is shocking. Isn’t it?
Designer Oscar de la Renta showcased his Bridal 2012 collection at the New York Bridal Week 2012 and among array of glorious gowns, Renta presented a bridal ensemble comprising skinny pants, a sheer tunic and a fur stole. In fact the ensemble looks classy and gorgeous and I guess would be a great hit with those dreading stepping in to those voluminous gowns.
Now since we talking about Bridal Wear, what can be more newsy than the Royal Wedding on April 29th. Kate Middleton is reportedly wearing a wedding dress designed by a rather unheard of English Designer – Sophie Cranston of the Libélula label. In fact Kate wore a much-talked-about, vintage-inspired, Libélula black velvet dress coat with a diamante clasp for a friend’s wedding in Yorkshire this January. So all those speculation about McQueen Wedding Dress now goes off in thin air!
The Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Shoes Continue the Legacy. Designer Sarah Burton continues the Alexander McQueen legacy of brilliant and eccentric but classy designs. She has kept the label’s legacy alive with the new Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Shoes collection. The McQueen Spring 2011 collection manages to leave us in awe with numerous breathtaking and stunning designs.
From butterfly death-defying heels to maize trimmed to fur-sational shoes, whatever you expect from the Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Shoes collection, you will be awed by the collection after catching a glance of it. Here are some images of the awesome collection.
Sarah Burton is precisely the kind of quiet design powerhouse who has what it takes to grab hold of McQueen’s legacy and drag it where it needs to go to survive and prosper. Sarah Burton worked beside McQueen for 15 years and clearly had a symbiotic connection to his very particular vision.