Naeem Khan’s global wholesale director Marco Cattoretti was on hand to give the presentation for the label’s Spring 2020 bridal collection today. This season, there was certainly less embellishment than in the past, and fabrications felt lighter, too, both of which added to his vision of a strong, stand-on-her-own kind of woman, no extra fluff required. The delicate embroideries and hand-stitched veils offered a subtler take on the designer’s typically dazzling—bridalwear. Sheer long sleeves and low V-necks were a nice update, as were the slimmer silhouettes: Skirts were neither too billowy nor too voluminous, with just the right amount of ethereal float. All of Khan’s pieces were still wildly romantic, which did nod to the storybook wedding aesthetic. That said, he also incorporated a few sexier pieces, including a riff on a Halston-inspired slip from ready-to-wear and a few playful minidresses for the after-party (and after-after-party). As far as Khan’s evolving approach to bridal, it wasn’t that the dresses felt particularly modern. Where Khan succeeded in refreshing the old codes was in this collection’s versatility: There were traditional dresses, flirty dresses, and dresses that were meant to show off your curves. The most modern aspect was that sense of choice, which is what the millennial bride is really looking for these days.
هناك تأثير كبير في تصميمات فساتين زفاف 2019 على صيحات فساتين الزفاف لعام 2020، فما زالت أقمشة الدانتيل والتول طاغية على تصاميم فساتين زفاف 2020 ضعبالتحديثات والإضافات. كما واستمرت موديلات الفستان المنفوش وفستان زفاف حورية البحر متربعة على عرش قصات فساتين الزفاف لهذا العام عمإضافة لمسات المصممين العالميين التي أعطت طابع مبتكر وجديد لكل عام، مثل صيحة الأكمام الغير تقليدية والتي تميز فساتين الزفاف لعام 2020 والتي كانت أكثر جرأة نمالعام الماضي.