The show took place inside a church of l’orators du Louvre. The combination of ambience of the church; wooden backdrop, the smell of the old, and these long romantic classical yet modern gowns was a spectacle to be witnessed!
The show started with beautiful romantic pastel long gowns, straight lines and simple silhouettes. The masterful beading of the gowns and delicate lace trimmings could be seen through out the entire collection. This season capelets seem to have gone back in style and Tony Ward has introduced it beautifully into the collection.The intertwined flower detailing and the low décolleté were one of my favourite details.
The collection focused on bridal and evening wear. The bridal dresses featured off-shoulder detailing with bustiers overflowing with crystals, displaying the neckline of each model and adding a gorgeous feminine touch. The silk touch in the gowns also added a softness and an air of regal beauty.
The evening wear all came in different colours and hues, with such different silhouettes. Mermaid style , straight A-line, sheath and trumpet styles they all had one thing in common they were a part of of this beautiful collection and they all complemented and showcased the sensuality and power of womanhood.