Elie Saab in this evolution — following the house’s bridal debut for spring — focused on a range of modern lace and chiffon gowns to suit diverse brides and occasions.
Silhouettes ranged from the entry-level, purist, Empire-waist chiffon gowns to a shapely ivory guipure gown with pooling train, flared open sleeves and sensual cutout details at the back or more classic princess styles with delicate thread embroidery on the bust. Even the line’s showstopper had a lightness to it, pairing a crystal-embroidered tulle and lace bodice with a dramatic textured but feather-light tulle skirt.
The designer folded in detachable elements like removable capes and voluminous embroidered-tulle skirts for the bride who is after something that can also work on the dance floor.
The line comes with head accessories and optional matching veils focused on scattered embellishments like touches of embroidery.