With authenticity and modernity and subtle details borrowed from the past, Mathilde Marie is sharing with us the campaign of her latest collection full of light and poetry …
Beautiful materials, history, art and literature nourish the new collection of the designer who stays connected with what she drew for her previous collection. Nine silhouettes with a modern look, and always this retro twist that the designer loves so much.
Silk crepe, original plastron, mother-of-pearl buttons are reinvented to dress brides who are seeking for modernity. Delicate lace brings a touch of romance and tradition to the wedding dresses, but add with modern and fluid cuts. This collection enhance simple yet delicate dresses mixing authenticity and fashion, highlighting the curves of brides with grace and elegance.
The silk crepe remains the favorite material of the designer, and is worked this year with finesse and modesty, bringing to her creations even more personality. The fan pattern, a wink at the small pretty accessory so popular with women of yesteryear, echoes him. He dresses his back, unfolds on 3/4 sleeves, dances on a butterfly sleeve, or blooms in lace lace on a neckline with thin straps.