BARCELONA — Pronovias’ message was crystal-clear: Gowns drenched in beads, sequins, glitter and shine; crocheted lace; illusion necklines, and sheer back treatments are key trends for next year’s brides.
Buyers loved it. “I thought I was going to cry, the dresses are so beautiful, inspiring and emotional. It makes me excited about what I do,” exclaimed Janet Cooper, owner of Angela’s Bridal in Albany, N.Y. The single-store retailer said she was picking up vintage elements and the Gatsby look and “I loved the back detailing, the tone-on-tones and the warmth from the gold; it wasn’t a harsh contrast.”
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